Expect a persuasive mix of good Indian cooking, keen prices, stylish surroundings and friendly service at every Masala Zone, and the Earls Court branch is no exception. The artwork here is a talking point, the large canvases are painted by an East Indian tribal artist of renown.
The menu focuses on thalis (grand and regular), but you’ll also find around 15 curries, birianis served with dal, grills and plenty of Indian street snacks. There's an emphasis on authenticity here, so expect a menu dissimilar to your average curry house - so no chicken tikka masala, then.
Keep an eye out for lunch deals and other special offers, too.
We and our sister restaurants serve the varied, delicious tastes of real Indian food (totally different from local curry houses) in contemporary yet exotic Indian popular art settings. We are pioneers of Indian street food.
The Zagat London Restaurants Survey has rated us as the most popular restaurant group.
Masala Zone, comprising of six Indian brasserie restaurants, are located in central London. In addition we are in Selfridges in the Food Hall as well as in the fourth floor Selfridges Kitchen.
We are part of a unique collection of London’s finest Indian restaurants – including the legendary Chutney Mary, Veeraswamy and Amaya.
We offer enjoyable, memorable dining experiences, delicious Indian cuisines, exciting interiors and stylish hospitality. This is combined with young, friendly and bright waiting staff. Come for genuine delicious Indian food. No curry house food here.
Each Masala Zone restaurant combines different forms of exciting Indian folk or tribal art with contemporary design. We create different environments while reassuring you that the quality of the food and the service is consistently good.
Masala Zone Earls Court has large canvases painted by a legendary woman tribal artist from east India, framed by red walls.
It is able to handle parties and groups with ease. It boats a private room which seats up to 12.