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The granite walls and warm silver tones, embody the stylish décor here and this place exudes a chic, but warm vibe. The seating is comfortable and the table décor, appealing. The interactive kitchen with chefs at work, is engaging, as is the well-equipped bar. The food menu may not run into several pages, yet, ensures there is enough variety to acquaint you with real Indian food – kababs, curries, Indian breads, rice dishes and desserts. The bar menu too offers a selection of cocktails, wines and spirits. The kababs are undoubtedly the raison d'etre to visit Masala Bay. The food is hearty and robust, sans any pretence. The good quality spices and cooking techniques, add to the flavours. The menu leans towards meat and seafood, but the vegetarians are not short-changed. For mains, 'Dal Makhni', 'Motiya Chole Palak' paired with 'Naan' is a good bet. Indulge in the layered and fragrant, 'Awadhi Gosht Biryani'. Round off your meal with 'Khubani Ka Meetha' or 'Shahi Tukda'. his restaurant offers 3 private dining rooms. The service staff is well-versed with the menu and offers exemplary service.
Fancy five star restaurants may charge the earth for a single meal but they manage to justify it by giving you a fine dining experience of the lifetime. Their perspective of looking at a dish, no matter how classic, is refreshing and innovative. Not to mention their hospitality which is flawless and welcoming. Taj Group has always been a front contender when talking about fancy fine dining. The group has redefined the face of luxury gastronomy in the country through its posh eclectic mix of restaurants. Its North Indian venture ‘Masala Bay’ is one of the loveliest places to dine in Mumbai and is much frequented by the upper crust and the celebrities. Part of Taj Lands End, Bandstand in Bandra West, Masala Bay stands out for its opulence and a menu that makes your mouth water in anticipation.
Keeping true to the ‘Masala’ element, Masala Bay has crafted its menu to pacify the Bandra clientele, unlike its sister concern Masala Kraft at The Taj Palace in South Bombay, which is more suitable for the foreign palates. Due to its ‘bay’ placement expect to see a lot of seafood on the menu. Flavours are strong and robust. With your poison for the evening start your meal with the appetizers like, lahori tangdi kebab, rajma ki galouti, bombil fry, nimona tikki, rampuri sheekh kebab, potohari paneer tikka, burrah kebab, lal mirch ka murgh tikka, achari broccoli, gilawat ke kebab and karare aloo. Along with their bread boat move towards the delicious main course featuring, gobi mussallam, tawa lobster, mewa malai kofta, masaledar rarrah chaap, dum aloo benarasi, dhabewala murg, gucchi khumb and sunday mutton curry.
Give Masala Bay the proper send off with their selection of rich desserts. Khubani ka meetha, ice cream, angoori rabdi, gulab jamun, shahi tukda and tille wali kulfi, are just delectable. Everything about Masala Bay is larger than life. The interiors are simply elegant dominated by edgy wooden finishes that gives the room a welcoming vibe. Lights are not too bright, just enough to highlight the main areas. The dining room is vast and opens into airy enclaves of tranquillity. There is nothing too loud or striking about the décor. Everything has a subtle refined class that attracts the patrons. Masala Bay is an expensive place to dine which is understandable.