161-163, Drummond Street, London, NW1 2PB +44 2081667944
- Main course: £11
- Food spend: £18
- Opening hours
- Monday to Saturday: 12:00 - 24:00 Sunday: 12:00 - 14:30 & 17:30 - 24:00
Great food. Fast service.
19 May 2016
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.
161-163, Drummond Street, London, NW1 2PB
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Customer reviews for Massala Hut
((((* 19 May 2016 by Laura Young from London
Great food. Fast service.
((((( 14 April 2016 by Jo from London
Good restaurant, very friendly staff and really good food. Definitley recommend.
((((* 13 April 2016 by Colin Stonelake from London
Enjoyable food, excellent, attentive service
(**** 9 March 2016 by Craig Johnson from London
Worst restaurant I have been to!!
We went for a date on a lunch time offer. We arrived and were greeted by an elderly Gentleman who was abrupt.
We sat and waited a good while to be served. Meanwhile the place was deserted no other tables were seated.
The tv was on playing the football on a radio station, very loud.
The decor was tired and the chairs looked filthy and old.
When the gentleman came back we were given the options of meats or veg curry, he didn't give us the option of which curry. We were given the option of red or white wine without any other option.
We ordered starter and again he basically told us what to have. ("do you like chicken? you can have chicken") I also ordered poppadoms, and a bottle of water.
The starter was ok, but my partners onion bhaji was stale and obviously reheated. The waiter (the elderly gentleman) came and cleared my plate before we were both finished without asking.
When the main came out the waiter was texting on his phone in one hand with food in the other.
The main was ok nothing special but was barely enough to be called a meal, the rice was dry with no flavor. The naan (which we were given no choice over) was underdone and dripping with grease and again tasteless.
Not once did he come and checked we had what we wanted, but just stood in the corner of the room and stared at us, he never once asked if we were ok with loud football that must have been on for him. All this made my partner very uncomfortable, so after the very disappointing main, she wanted to leave. We asked for the bill, and although we had pre-paid for a three course meal we were not asked about dessert.
Looking at the bill we had been charged over £2 for 2 poppadoms, and over £3 for a bottle of water which is extortionate, BUT the worst was that he put £4.50 service charge for a lunch time service with no-one else in the place when he was rude. I wanted to make a fuss but my partner was desperate to leave.
((((* 3 March 2016 by David Penn from London Borough of Camden
Dined early so it was quiet but still very nice. Modern fit out, clean and spacious. Food was very good and certainly no sense of needing to leave once I'd finished my meal.
((((( 11 December 2015 by Neil 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.
(**** 27 October 2015 by Fleur Kats 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.
(((** 25 August 2015 by Luke Baker from London
Very expensive drinks and service charge added to bill. The food was good though.
((((( 25 July 2015 by Ian Gould from London
Fast becoming one of my favourite Curry Houses in London!!
(((** 16 May 2015 by Yvette 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.
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