Fast-casual Indian fusion with counter service. Located in a strip mall, the restaurant has ample seating for dining in and is bright with natural light. One wall has shelves filled with colorful jars of grains and spices.
Chef/owner Anita Amin was born in Africa and raised in India, where she learned to orchestrate the cuisine’s plethora of spices. She traveled the world throughout a career as a flight attendant before opening Masala Bay in 2016.
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The most popular items are the masala bowls (left). Pick your greens (arugula, romaine, spinach or mixed greens), a grain (brown or white basmati rice, saffron couscous or quinoa pilaf), and a protein (yogurt-marinated grilled chicken, Moroccan tofu, braised French lentils, spiced chickpeas with spinach, or falafel). Choose two spreads from a list that includes a delicious coconut curry, and add fresh toppings such as shredded cabbage, tomato, cucumber or herbs. There are also naan wraps and samosas. For a sweet finale, dark-chocolate bark and baklava bites hit the spot.There are also naan flatbreads and flatbread wraps.
Amin cooks all the food herself in-house, and offers choices for every diet, including vegan, gluten-free and halal.Click here to leave a comment
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