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Food is commandable
This lovely restaurant in an unassuming part of High Street, Thornbury gave us a delightful evening out. We had a group of 7 and were attended to with great courtesy and thoughtfulness. The food was really delicious. We had to ask for everything to be 'mild' as we had young kids with us, but the dishes were still full of flavour. The menu is extensive and even includes an Indo-Chinese section. I can't wait to return for a masala dosa (only served at lunchtime). Highly recommended!
Tasty vegetarian dishes and friendly service. Thank you. We had a lovely dinner
Great food and lovely service. The naan was particularly good, and the gentleman who served us was friendly and kind. Will definitely go again.
A Thornbury institution with fresh flavoursome food and friendly service.
Great ambiance, excellent service and awesome food
Best indo Chinese in north
Overall, a sound meal but nothing special
Food was really nice but smaller portions Service is bit slow Really liked the food Can make food with special dietary requirements
Thank you for the beautiful food, service and atmosphere. We had a great meal and a great time.
The food was good, specially the naan bread. it was light and freshly made.
Best Indian on high street
Good value for money and really nice indian cuisine food.
Average food and not very authentic
Consistently fantastic tasty food. Great individual flavour with each dish. Our favourite Indian food in Melbourne
Service was too slow & taste of food wasn't as expected
Great food!!! Very lovely service!!
623 High Street, 3071, Thornbury (VIC), Australia, RestaurantAddress
Feed yourself happy You’ll find Masala Craft Indian Restaurant in Melbourne’s hipster heartland of Thornbury. In among the coffee shops and brekky joints, Masala Craft offers hungry souls hearty Indian fare with an Indo-Chine twist. You’ll keep coming back for the chicken lollypop: chicken wings marinated with Schezwan sauce, ginger, garlic, flour and herbs then deep fried; and the paneer 65: batter-fried paneer done in special sauce and flavoured with curry leaves and fresh chilli. Moving to the mains, you’ll find every sort of curry you could imagine. You’ll smile at the ‘fancy’ selections on the menu, including the charmingly named ‘duck buffado’ – a duck joint simmered with potatoes, green peas, cabbage till tender and finished with vinegar. Masala Craft also has a lunch menu, which includes some favourite Indian street foods. Try the kacchi dabeli: bread stuffed with yummy potato filling and chutneys. Carbs with a serious smack of flavour – what more could you want? If you’re looking to please your stomach, avoid the quinoa and kale cafes and hit up Masala Craft on the Thornbury High Street. Best dish: chicken birya
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