Evgenii Legotckoi May 30, 2022, 10:47 a.m.
Masala Indian Restaurant
Prague guide

I went with colleagues for lunch at a small Indian restaurant Masala, which is located next to Peace Square ( Czech. Náměstí Míru).

This restaurant is not some kind of pretentious place and is generally quite simple. I believe that it is held by an Indian family (namely, a family). In terms of prices, the lunch menu is the same as in all similar places near Peace Square. That is, you can meet about 160-200 crowns at the time of writing the post.

The dishes served here are not spicy enough for Indian cuisine. Honestly, I tried Chicken Vindalu three times spicier, and in the Czech Republic. So I conclude that it is sharp here, but not sharp enough.

In general, for a change, you can visit. And judging by the people who come in for takeaway food, you can eat there. They cook qualitatively, but without fanaticism.