Masala Library Menu

Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC), Western Suburbs

By Vir Sanghvi

Menu of the Masala Library, Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC), Western Suburbs

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Masala Library: Restaurant Info

₹ 5000 for two
This price is indicative and exclusive of taxes
Finger Food,Modern Indian
Today, 12:00 PM to 03:00 PM, 07:00 PM to 12:00 AM
G Block, First International Financial Centre, Bandra Kurla Complex, Mumbai
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  • Prices are not low but are surprisingly reasonable for a restaurant that is so popular
  • The menus changes regularly so it is hard to make recommendations but do not miss the 'Jalebi Caviar', a truly great dessert
  • It is easier to get a table if you go early or late. (Peak-times reservations are hard to procure.)

Vir's Verdict

4.7 /5

Zorawar Kalra, son of legendary foodie Jiggs Kalra, has already tapped into his father’s expertise for two chains, Punjab Grill (since sold to Lite Bite Foods) and Made In Punjab (still booming). Masala Library, however, is very much his own idea. Merging a wealth of influences (street food, molecular gastronomy, etc.), he has created a menu of modern Indian food that is like no other. This is one of the city’s hardest tables to book and is packed out at lunchtime with office-goers from within the Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC), while at dinner the crowd changes to a fancier demographic.

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About Masala Library, Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC), Western Suburbs

Masala Library is popular for innovation display of food. It serves both North Indian and South Indian. It is an outstanding fusion collection. It begins with serving of papadi chat that is served over a trail of dry ice with Yoghurt and tamarind chutney over it. The vegetarian aroma of Rajasthan is squeezed in a symphony of munches and oozes of 3 wonderful dishes on a single platter which includes Churma, Papad Ki Sabzi and Jaipuri Bhindi. The Mushroom Chai that replaces tea leaves in place of mushrooms and truffle oil replacing sugar is actually a clear, appetizing and light mushroom soup served in the teapot. Some other signature dishes are Pepper Prawns, Curry Leaf and Thayir Sadam and not to miss Banana Crisp Distil, an authentic taste of Kerala. Creativity and detailing is the part of this restaurant and some other signature dishes includes Chicken Tikka with smokey flavours kulchas with gucchi stuffed in it, Kabab pierced with pesto, Butter chicken, San Marzano tomatoes, lamb chops with a clue of sugariness of maple and hint of kokum. The main course ends with fantastic ghevar, Jalebi and cheese cake. Pan too is served for the people who are fond of it in a stylish way.
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