Hmm. Type in “Masala Zone in Camden Review” into Google and I come up on page ONE! Interesting.
And it’s not just me that isn’t happy-
“Nice decor and charming service cannot cover up for rubbish food - shame on you Masala Zone! Directors of the parent company: Ranjit Mathrani, Namita Panjabi and Camellia Panjabi should take note. How dare you?”
“No flexibility on the ingredients. One main course arrived before any of the starters. The food is the quality of a medium-price microwave ready meal. My starter was tepid. My main between bad and bland.
Over £20 per head for the most ordinary of meals with about the smallest beer you could find - extortionate.
We were given a customer feedback form - it had already been filled in by one of the staff. They had given themselves the highest mark in all categories - Afghan elections are run more honestly.
Wow. I wonder if they got nasty responses too!
And here: http://www.viewlondon.co.uk/restaurants/masala-zone-info-25253.html
“The pilau rice was nothing but overdone brown rice and the naan bread, well it was like getting the pizza base from one of Camden's many filth riddled pizza vendor's kiosks spreading it with butter and then smearing it with the most disgusting garlic flavouring that I have ever had the misfortune of experiencing, soggy, undercooked, more flan than naan.
The flavour of the 'curry' was awful, I honestly say that I have tasted better microwave curries, my dish was just a horridly watery purple mixture of cinnamon and garlic which had been abused with a generous handful of hot chilli (presumably intended to burn off my taste buds so that I would not realise how terrible the sauce tasted..with hindsight perhaps they did me a favour) My girlfriends dish was supposed to be butter chicken but tasted like somebody burnt the tomato sauce and had tried to conceal their error by melting a block of lard into the sauce, was this burnt flavour an attempt to impart the dish with the famous charcoal oven flavour?.
I am running out of space so, Masala zone is an insult to curry avoid it like the plague, it is hideous.”
Tsk, tsk. Masala Zone in Camden. I see why you had to build that complaint-bot. You must have been shocked when you found that the Internet existed.
Don’t fuck with the blogger