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“Excellent restaurant with some unusual dishes.”
Review of Masala Club

Masala Club
Ranked #43 of 558 Restaurants in Wolverhampton
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: Indian
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Good for: Business meetings, Child-friendly, Romantic, Special Occasion Dining
Dining options: After-hours, Delivery, Reservations
Reviewed 3 August 2010

We were in Tettenhall for a visit to 'La Pinza' beautique (which my wife insists is "...the only fashion shop worth going to") and we were feeling a little peckish. I asked the owner of the shop if he knew of any Indian restaurants and he mentioned the Masala Club. We decided to give it a try.

On entering, it was obvious that a great deal of money had been spent on what had been a Pub in earlier life. Black marble floor tiles, deep red carpet, white walls and crisp, white tablecloths. For a starter we decided to share an Onion Bhaji, for we have found that a larger starter can spoil the main course (or it may be that age is creeping up on me). We asked for two plates and they were delivered with small slices of apple, mango and a mango sorbet! It was an unexpected treat and the Onion Bhaji was delicious - crisp and not at all greasy.

For the main course my wife wanted a Prawn Patia but the waiter asked her if she had ever tried another prawn dish. She tried it and was amazed as it suited her beautifully - spicy (but not too spicy) and she raved about it - I am afraid that I did not take a note of the name. I had a Tandoori Garlic Chilli Chicken, again, it was beautifuly presented by a young waiter.

We left the table to take a seat in the waiting area where the waiters were chatting to a couple of businesmen and it was obvious that they knew each other and they were very complimentary on the quality of the food. The staff offered us a complimentary coffee.

All in all, a wonderful restaurant which I would put in the same league as the Bombay Brassery in London.

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4  Thank JHorovitz
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Reviewed 16 July 2010

We have been coming here for nearly a year now after it was recommended to us, the food and service are always excellent and the prices very reasonable, given the choice we would not go anywhere else.
The numberous friends and family we have taken here all come away saying how fantastic it is

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2  Thank ninamWolverhampton
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Reviewed 8 July 2010

We all had another great evening meal at the Massala club restaurant last weekend.I feel this little gem of an Indian resturant deserves a notable mention.Firstly the restaurant itself has been open for little over ayear now, and was formally the old kingwood public house.The new owners have transformed the place into a delightful eating establishment,with modern decore, furnature, and fittings with a full licence for drinks.To start there menu is very comprehensive,a suggestion is to study a takeaway menu first, as the many dishes listed in the resaurant menu,would take you half the night to digest and what to order. The staff are excellent from a hand shake at the door with a smile that lasts the whole evening, they are very attentative through out the entire time you are there. Foodwise to start, the appetiser popadoms with six dips to choose from,with topups if required.The starters have a choice of around twenty traditinal and nearly twenty fussion dishes for all tastes.The main courses have a conplete plathora of choice galore, ranging from ,Seafood, Barbecued, Chefs specials, Healthy options, Veggie dishes, Combination dishes,Sizzling fussion dishes,Combination curry dishes, Biryanis and traditinal Balti curry dishes,all accopanied with various rices ,nan breads etc, not forgetting the many side dishes..There is a small english section at the end, and children are catered for.A complete guide to Indian cooking all served on nice contemprey plates with immaculate white table clothes in a spotless setting.Drinks wise you are limited to a few draft largers, but cobra goes down a treat, there are how ever a number of alcholic and non alcholic bottled drinks available.There is a seperate wine menu if required or just by the glass, the usual Reds.Whites,Roses, we found a fair choice to choose from. A desert menu later arrives if required for Indian ice creams and other deserts plus many liquire coffees. My favorite dish is chicken or lamb Rezalla with mixed kabab to start, with a recommended mushroom rice. To be honest i feel you would be hard pressed not to find a dish you liked at the Massala club. One note it is adviseable to book on a friday and saturday evening,although they still fit you in even if you dont. We fully recommend this restaurant for fine Indian cooking in Tettenhall wood, and will hopefully be there again soon. Regards.

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2  Thank sparkypetewolves
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