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Massala Hut

161-163, Drummond Street, London, NW1 2PB +44 2081667944

((((* Indian
Main course: £11
Food spend: £18
Opening hours
Monday to Saturday: 12:00 - 24:00
Sunday: 12:00 - 14:30 & 17:30 - 24:00

Always make a beeline for this restaurant - food is fab - tried the Chicken Massala Naga this time - wonderful flavour - will definitely have this dish again.

Neil 11 December 2015
from London

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Nominated as the Best Indian restaurant in London, Massala Hut in Euston serves the finest Indian food. Alongside trusty tandoori favourites and Massala Hut specials, guests can enjoy a cosmopolitan range from the bar to the sound of authentic Bollywood music.

The wide-ranging Massala Hut menu offers tempting seafood starters including salmon tikka and king prawn butterfly, just one of many prawn specialities. Signature dishes feature the ginger tandoori lamb chop massala, Persian duck roast and the milder butter chicken.

An impressive selection of vegetarian favourites complements a huge choice of breads and sides, from lemon rice to sweet Pashwari naan and spicy mushroom bhajis. Satisfying baltis and biryanis are Massala Hut trademarks.

Sleek and contemporary in style, pastel shades, intimate lighting and cool tiled floors lend a sophisticated tone to the Massala Hut restaurant in London. Easy to reach, Massala Hut is a 3-minute walk from Euston Square Tube Station.

Massala Hut

161-163, Drummond Street, London, NW1 2PB

Contact +44 2073876699
Reservations +44 2081667944

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Customer reviews for Massala Hut

3.8 ((((* (based on 9 reviews)
66% of diners recommend this restaurant
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  • child friendly (3)
  • dinner (3)
  • large parties (2)
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  • lunch (1)
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  • ((((( by from London

    Always make a beeline for this restaurant - food is fab - tried the Chicken Massala Naga this time - wonderful flavour - will definitely have this dish again.

  • (**** by from London

    My main reason for going was for the crab tikki and crab masala, neither of which were available unfortunately. Instead I had the salmon fishcakes, which I thought were a little bland and the fish jalfrezi which was very oily. The service was friendly however.

  • (((** by from London

    Very expensive drinks and service charge added to bill. The food was good though.

  • ((((( by from London

    Fast becoming one of my favourite Curry Houses in London!!

  • (((** by from London

    Food was good, but average for a curry house. Service was pretty poor, and the wine choice was very limited. Would I go back? If I was walking past, yes. I probably wouldn't go out of my way to go there again. They had no knowledge of the 3 courses for £15 offer so I had to show the waiter this website on my phone before they would believe me.

  • ((((( by from London

    A perfect Curry at very reasonable rates. Would go again.

  • ((((( by from Glasgow

    Went with a kgb deal voucher and was pleasantly surprised by the quality of food. The prawns were succulent, the best I have ever tasted. I am returning to London in July and I cannot wait to eat again at this restaurant.

  • ((*** by from London

    Went on Christmas Eve with my family on a Groupon voucher. It was desolate (fair enough), we were greeted by miserable unwelcoming manager who snatched vouchers from my hand and made a big point of telling us what we could have on it. It was Christmas! We wanted a nice meal after the cinema and planned to order plenty on top of the voucher. But we were made feel so unwelcome we just ate mains and went asap.Of interest, I cannot believe portions of rice etc can seriously be normally that small? Sure an anti-Groupon portion control?? Stupid of them because : a) we would have been much better guests order-wise if he had been polite, b) my husband has a firm just around the corner and would have returned, c) why enter a Groupon marketing opportunity them ruin it whilst spoiling someone's evening? Actual food average. Lots of better places a stone's throw away. Avoid.

  • ((((( by from LONDON

    I went to massala hut restaurant with my best friend for Indian curry on 2nd March 2011. The restaurant was very busy. I did order Lamb chop massala and my friend ordered chicken tikka massala both dishes was really excellent. Staff were also friendly with romantic atsmosphere.Yes, i would recommend this restaurant to anyone who is mad for curry.

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