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New Year's Day Brunch At Masala Art

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New Year's Day Brunch at Masala Art
Saturday, December 24, 2016
11:30 am to 3:30 P.M.
$19/person + Tax 
(Children 10 and under, $10.00 per child)
chaat station
Chaat is a nutritious roadside snack found in Northern India. Choose your own toppings and fillings and create your own Chaat!

Chaat Papri 
A nutritious easy-to-make Indian snack comprised of graham flour crackers topped with whipped yogurt, chickpeas, diced potatoes, chutneys, various herbs and spices

Paani Poori 
Graham flour puffs filled with chickpeas, diced potatoes and spicy water called ‘jaljeera’

Bhel Poori 
Crispy rice puffs tossed in our tangy sauce with green chilies and lemon juice

Indian Corn Salad

Vegetable Samosa 
Handmade turnovers stuffed with seasoned potatoes and green peas

Paneer Pesto Tikka 
Spicy grilled cubes of homemade cheese marinated in yogurt and fresh pesto

live at the Spice Bar!
Our Spice Bar is the highlight of Masala Art. It is where we showcase the art of blending spices.

We will be preparing fresh breads at the Spice Bar to be served with a traditional entree called 'Chana.' Enjoy your choice of bread made fresh to order with this magnificent entree!

A traditional chickpea curry topped with chopped onions and green chilies; served with freshly made fried bread called "Bhatura"

live dosa station
Enjoy fresh prepared Dosa prepared live in our dining room!

Masala Dosa 
Crispy rice and lentil crepes, served plain or filled with potatoes and peas

Steamed rice cakes

A vegetarian spiced lentil broth

north indian buffet
Enjoy fresh prepared Dosa prepared live in our dining room!

Vegetable Biryani 
Biryani is Hyderabad’s most famous rice dish prepared with flavorful Indian spices and fresh herbs, slowly cooked to maintain the flavors and aromas of each spice

Mutton Biryani (Goat) 
Biryani is Hyderabad's most famous rice dish prepared with flavorful Indian spices and fresh herbs, slowly cooked to maintain the flavors and aromas of each spice

Punjabi Kadhi 
A traditional Punjabi preparation of spiced chickpea dumplings immersed in a spicy lentil and yogurt curry

Paneer Pasanda 
Cubes of homemade cheese stewed in a silky and creamy cashew nuts sauce

Kaddu Ki Sabzi 
Sauteed spiced pumpkin

Baigan Bhartha 
Mashed eggplant smoked over charcoal, and seasoned with herbs and spices

Butter Chicken 
Pulled tandoori grilled chicken simmered with fresh tomatoes and puréed cashew nuts

Karahi Chicken Lahori 
A popular dish from Pakistan - A fiery chicken curry stewed with bell peppers cooked in a traditional cast iron wok

Freshly baked leavened buttered bread

Gulab Jamun
Warm cream dumplings dipped in sweet rose water syrup

Gajjar Halwa 
Indian crushed carrot cake; served warm

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