Masala Trail Restaurant Review Connaught Place

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Guys we all know that Connaught place is the center of Delhi and also the favorite party hub of Delhiites. As we have commenced to the end of the year, December has already created an atmosphere to hang out with our friends and family in this lovely weather and celebrate pre-Christmas lunches and dinner. With so many restaurant options in Connaught place (cp), it thus becomes easy but yet confusing for us to decide where to go.




So, recently I visited a much talked about vegetarian family restaurant in cp ( Connaught place ) The Masala Trail.It is located at 52 Janpath road, Connaught place, New Delhi, with a price range of 800 for two.

The Masala Trail by Osama Jalali is nowadays one of the trending restaurants in cp offering a wide variety of multiple cuisine food, great interiors, and refreshing atmosphere. It is among one of the must-visit family restaurants.

From their unique and decorative interiors to their wide menu comprising of whole meals of the north Indian menu, south Indian menu, west India menu and east Indian menu to the beverages, everything is perfect. Along with their own menu, there is also a keventers milkshake counter in there to add on to the trending things liked by Delhiites nowadays.




I recently visited The Masala Trail restaurant with my family after a long shopping day. When I entered in there I found the sitting to be cozy and ethnically decorated, just after entering on both the left and right corner, there were small counters of sweets and gol gappas to attract the customer. As I got seated what attracted my eyes the most was the keventers counter right at the front of the entry, I found it a really good trick to attract customers.



Now coming to the food that we ordered, we started from tower chaat and cocktail fried idli for the starters, both tower chaat, and cocktail fried idlis were fusion food items which looked good and tasted even better. Tower chaat was a fusion version of typical papdi chaat but tasted far better than that. Whereas Fried mini idles consisted of mini fried idlis with 2 types of chutneys, it overall tasted good and though fried felt really light. For accomplishing drinks, we ordered tea, basic cold drink, and a strawberry keventers milkshake.

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Now heading towards the main course, we ordered 1 item from all four cuisines available the that is Tawa pulao from the west main course, Ghar ki thali from north Indian menu, Ginni dosa from the southern main course and Hakka noodles from the eastern main course. All four cuisine dishes were extremely delicious and were presented in a very impressive way. What I liked the most was the presentation that food was made in a healthy way, was filled with all kinds of flavors and was mouth watering too. Now, commencing towards the end of a great meal day, all this food was so filling that there was no space left for a sweet dish, but as no meal is complete without a sweet dish, we ordered gulab jamun. Gulab jamun is a typical Indian sweet dish but on the masala trail, it didn’t felt like that as it was too soft and spongy. Though according to my personal taste it was a bit too sweet but was soo soft that it melted in our mouths.

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Overall, the restaurant is trending, great in terms of food variety, presentation and taste. In my overall review and experience, I think its a must visit by any of you with your friends and family any day without thinking twice.

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