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- Serves/Sells Halal
- Pure Vegetarian
Mirch Masala (former name of Masala Indian restaurant) was established in Dec 2002 in chao yang park west gate (in front of club suzie wang) and with in short period of opening Masala has established itself as one of the best Indian restaurant in Beijing.
Our philosophy is simple “ Cook fresh, with finest ingredients you can get and serve with much love and care” says owner Daya. He prefers to keep a small menu and impart unique and distinctive flavors to every dish.
Masala has no cool rooms or freezers, which mean all meats and sauces are prepared fresh every morning for the day.
Masala Indian Cuisine in Nanluoguxiang,dong cheng district,beijing serving authentic north indian food in very comfortable environment.Our menu features many vegan items; please ask us if you need help in identifying dishes.
Featuring: Popular items like JAIPURI CHICKEN,TARKARI,MASALA LAMB,MALWANI SHRIMP,CHANA SAAG,and many more.....
The only Indian restaurant on Nanluoguxiang in Dong cheng district offers authentic North Indian Food served up in well-designed surroundings.Visit our restaurant, sit down, relax and let's make your visit to Masala Indian Restaurant a unique experience. But don't forget that the food is prepared to your personal tastes and you are at liberty to order it mild, medium or hot. You will love the experience! Let us take you on a journey to culinary nirvana
byharish, August 21, 2011
we were in beijing with my wife and children and had the lunch and dinner in masala indian restaurant becouse it was near to our hotel.
I promise you this restaurant will bring your senses to a new level of Indian food. It seems like reservations are a must. The first thing the Indian waiter asked us was if we had reservations, but since we didn't he offered an empty table only if we could eat fast and leave before the reserved guests arrived.
The PAPRI CHAT appetizer is on every single table. It's like dried potato that's pan fried.. so unique! The BUTTER CHICKEN is very tender and creamy. In my picture you'll see that they split our dish into half so we could share.
Don't forget GARLIC NAAN.. duh!
Thank you Masala, for setting the standard for great dining experiences in Beijing!