Dining

Restaurants

Masala Art

Rating

Date of reviewMay 13, 2018
Cuisine Indian
LocationBangkok

Eight Thonglor Building, 88 Sukhumvit Soi 55, Bangkok 10110, Bangkok, Thailand

view map

Overview

Opening Hours

11am-11pm

Lunch hours

11am-11pm

Dinner hours

11am-11pm

Dress Code

Smart Casual

Corkage

From 300 Baht

Reservation

Yes

Buffet

No

Private Room

YES

Accept Credit Card

Yes

Smoking Area

No

Review

Setting

Masala Art has garnered a loyal clientele over the years—patrons who come to enjoy the spices and flavours of traditional northern Indian cuisine prepared by experienced chefs and served by efficient staff in a relaxed, contemporary setting.

Rating : 16/20

Food

The restaurant claims to use over 40 spices in its cuisine some of which are evident in a signature dish of chicken rogani tikka, which is marinated for six hours in home-made yoghurt and spices before being cooked over charcoal in the tandoor oven. Moist and succulent, it is a good prelude to a hearty dish of lamb masala comprising generous pieces of boneless lamb simmered until tender in a rich, thick masala sauce of onions, tomatoes and spices. A much dryer lamb alternative is the signature rarra meat, which is lamb chunks cooked with minced mutton. In addition to various naan breads and different types of rice, a good accompaniment to these dishes is a serving of lasooni palak, or chopped fresh spinach sauteed with garlic. Be aware that the offerings here are substantial and can be shared. Finish with the palate-cleansing saffron kulfi ice cream. If you don’t have room, try a cup of refreshing masala tea.

Rating : 35/40

Wine

The restaurant has a reasonable selection of wines from around the world, along with cocktails, beers and lassi. The masala tea is also recommended.

Rating : 16/20

Service

Rating : 17/20

Price   $$$$$

1,000 Baht/Person

×