New Openings: Masala Bites
Masala Bites is a cozy restaurant specializing in Indian cuisine located in a plaza along Mavis Rd.
The resto offers an a la carte menu as well as a buffet lunch on weekdays and both buffet lunch and dinner on the weekends.
The walls are filled with references to Indian spices including: "masala (mixture of spices) in Hindi may be called the "heartbeat" of an Indian kitchen".
Food Menu: The menu includes a number of appetizers including dahi bhalla (lentil puffed balls served with yogurt and sweet chutney), golle gappe (six hollow semolina shells served with chick peas, potatoes and savory water), paneer pakora (fried,marinated pieces of paneer coated mixed with graham flour and served with mint chutney). You will also find a few vegetarian dishes including aloo gobhi (cauliflour and potatoes cooked in spices), dal makhni (blend of three lentils cooked over slow flame with spices, butter and cream). The paneer section of the menu includes malai kofta (khoya and sultanas stuffed in minced paneer, cooked in an aromatic cashew nut sauce, palak paneer (paneer cooked with spinach and cream in traditional Indian spices). Meat and fish dishes include mutton roganjosh (tender pieces of goat cooked in an onion and ginger sauce), butter chicken, chicken lababdar (tender boneless chicken pieces cooked in a traditional creamy sauce), chilli fish (basa cooked in a chilli hot sauce), fish curry (basa cooked in traditional Indian masala). You will also find a number of rice dishes and a variety of breads including roti, naan, and parantha. The buffet is located in the back portion of the restaurant which offers over ten different items to choose from including jeera rice (rice with spices), fish curry, butter chicken, channa masala (chicked peas cooked with tomatoes and spices).
Type of Restaurant: Full service
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