Delicious Indian food, large portions, huge naan is enough for two. Waiter speaks English (inside joke, he was about to bring me 12 beers due to my portuguese pronouncing).
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We ate dinner tonight at the Masala restaurant in Cascais. It was an excellent dinner, we enjoyed all the dises (do not miss the Curry lamb and also the mango lassi!), desert included (pistachio ice cream - great!), and the atmosphere and service were great as well. Thank you!
Again found this on trip advisor. It wasn't the cheapest meal we had on our trip to Lisbon and Cascais, as all sundries were extra ( no rice etc included in main as at home) . However, the staff were so friendly and obliging and the food was fresh and delicious! The lamb madras was the best my husbands had... More
After some helpful direction from the local policewoman, we finally found Masala restaurant on a side street. We were sitted promptly and given poppadoms and sauce from the house, very nice and tasty indeed. Their menu is very extensive and unless you have tried Indian food before and already know what you like eating, it can take a little bit... More
"Yummy tasting food and friendly, nice & fun staff" says 11 year old DD who is very, very fussy about her Korma. Food was not too hot and had lovely aromatic flavours which was perfect for me (masala). Not excessively pricey. It's fairly compact and was very busy when we visited on Easter Saturday - we were lucky to get... More
There are several indian restaurants in Cascais, but I was told to check out the Masala. The recommendation was a bullseye, delicious and authentic.
Delicious food, great wines and friendly service. If you like Indian food then this is the go-to restaurant in Cascais. The owner is very charming and has interesting stories to tell.
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Dear Masala Restaurant,
I visited your rest on 22nd evening about 5 pm and had food. It was good. I paid around euro 11.85. But I have lost my paid bill which I need to claim money from my co.
Pleaase send electronic bill or manual bill by email for that
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