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Masala Theory

Restaurants, Indian Surry Hills
Masala Theory
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Time Out says

Here you'll find one of Sydney's most colourful, creative Indian feasts

The décor is as loud as the flavours at this contemporary Indian eatery on Crown Street. The interior is decked out with technicolour murals and Hindi street signs – there’s even your requisite bike-tacked-onto-the-wall, complete with pink neon rims.

They style their food as ‘neo-Indian’, adding some novel twists to traditional flavours and ingredients. Witness the mint and masala lamb sliders, rose panna cotta and even a reimagined poutine dish.

If you’re after your regular Sunday night butter chicken and garlic naan you won’t be disappointed – the inventive fusion dishes haven’t pushed this old boy off the menu. For a softly spiced authentic experience try the salli boti: a fragrant goat curry of black cardamom, cinnamon, onion and tomato gravy, simply embellished with a hat of matchstick potatoes.

This colourful joint is already decked out for a party, so if you’ve got a group, make it a feast with their banquet menus that go from $45-$70 per person.


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Address: 545 Crown St
Surry Hills
Sydney
2010
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Opening hours: Mon-Wed 5-10pm; Thu 11.30am-3pm, 5-10pm; Fri, Sat 11.30am-3pm, 5-10.30pm; Sun 11.30am-3pm, 5.30-10pm

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