MASALEDAAR moments at Thane


The second most populous country in the world after China and the seventh largest in area, India is unique among nations in its diversity of climates, languages, religions, tribes, customs and cuisines. Today, Indian food in its many incarnations has become a world cuisine. This reflects an increased awareness of the virtues of a traditional Indian diet, especially the centrality of fruits, vegetables and grains and the extensive use of spices, the benefits of which have been confirmed by modern science. India has always been part of the global economy.

In our constant exploration of Indian cuisine, this time we chose to tap into the flavors and colors of India with a mouth-watering feast. WHAT’S HOT IN MUMBAI recommends a trip to MASALEDAAR at THE THANE CLUB where Indian food is all about making a variety of dishes and sharing them around the table. We picked a selection of these yummy treats and savored our feast. The menu is an elaborate mix of some lost recipes, some bestsellers and other regular dishes. 

The spice level is perfect, there are no fiery notes. The gravies are rich, delectable yet slurpy. You feel content with the offerings and relish every bite that you take. So if you are looking for feasting on some desi Indian special foods which bring back memories of festivals, street foods and the splendour of Mughal feasts - MASALEDAAR surely is a place you must visit. 

Our staycation at The Thane Club is surely incomplete with some unique Desi treats which are dolloped with a multitude of flavors and some minor fusion twists to it. MASALEDAAR at The Thane Club  proved to be a haven for us since we were seeking a modern twist on desi cuisine. With a fusion of traditional flavors and contemporary culinary techniques, Masaledar took us on an exquisite gastronomic adventure. The exhaustive menu has been carefully curated, featuring an array of delectable dishes. 

What we tried:

The Sprout salad was tangy and wholesome, just the way we like it. The Rajasthani pyaaz ki kachori brings back fonder memories of our Kota station foodie escapades, this one has a great stuffing and a mouth-watering chutney for a twist. The Butter chicken cheese balls is a must-try for all punjabi food lovers. The Masaledaar special (mixed vegetables cooked in Mini Punjab twin gravies) is perfectly paired with a Stuffed khulcha. The gravy is rich and offers two-dimensional flavors. For a sweet ending, we chose the Mini Malai gewar dessert and were almost tempted to order another one. 

The service is FANTASTIC, the staff is super-friendly and polite. Do plan a staycation trip to THE THANE CLUB so that you can feast on a multitude of cuisines. 

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