Desi food is something I can’t live without, blame to my Pakistani roots. Aromatic biryani, spicy cury and mouthwatering desserts, what every desi loves to eat. Masala Wok a new place that not only caters Indian food but Chinese too with the touch how we all like to eat- a desi version 😉
Masala Wok is a dream baby of Mr. Shareef who is by profession handling a business of paper recycling but being a foodie and has a passion for food, compelled him to have his own restaurant. A dream that came true with an another family partner. The whole ambiance instantly brings the nostalgic memories of back home.
Passion for something, sometimes let you do wonder, that are not only diverse but surprises you with your limitless power. In the same way the owner Mr. Shareef has himself done the interiors with love. The main idea of this restaurant is to serve good food without making a hole in your pocket.
I was there today with my friend for a lunch and started our experience with welcome drink in red color in a shot glass- kokum.
After that we ordered our preferred dishes and started to wait anxiously for our food while snacking on some colored cylindrical papads, that brought back lots of childhood memories. Hot soups were served to us namely Paya Soup and Lemon Coriander Chicken Soup. Paya soup was very comforting, just the salt quantity was too loud for my liking.
From the starters we tried Keema Pav and Mix Kebab Plater. Keema Pav was complementing the soft butter toasted buns and Kebab Plater was the melody of assortments fish, prawns, chicken and some lip smacking kebab with green chutney and salad, that will delight every inch of your taste buds.
Pineapple Khatta Meetha and Water Melon Mojihto refreshed us through out the session and black salt in pineapple drink notched the whole level up.
In main course Chicken Achari, Schezuan Chicken Noodles filled us like anything. Chicken Achari was little sweet to my palates but noodles was winner on our table. Despite our love we were so full by then, that couldn’t finish it completely. In breads Garlic Naan and Laacha Paratha were so good that you can even have them on its own but they went well too with the chicken achari.
In Desserts we tried Gulab Jaman and Kulfi. Ah!! I am still relishing the taste of hot gulab jaman while writing it. We delightfully end our session on the cup of hot Karak Tea and made our way happily to home.
The team here is so vigilant and happy to serve you in the best way. Do check out this place for your desi fix and thank me later!!!!