Of course Indian Menus do not change very much as they might do with more seasonal types of cuisine, but one thing is certain about Massala: "The Menu is extensive" and should you require something that might not be on it, quite simply ask for it and your wish will be granted. No, really! I did this myself, I happened to mention that they did not appear to have lamb with a sauce that I thought was spinach, but I did not know the name of it and┬ů they made it for me, it was also served at the same time as everything else.
But then it is not just the food.
For one thing, one feels good sitting in one of the new, clean locales on the Paseo Maritimo right in front of the beach, with a splendid view of the Mediterranean. For another, the service is very good; you are made to feel welcome and important, thus completing the enjoyment with good food, at good prices. As from the first of April, when the weather definitely settles, Massala will open for lunch every day except Monday and the main attraction will be a
beach B.B.Q., something that most definitely everyone enjoys. And the even better news is that at last you can now get a decent cup of traditional tea or coffee in Sabinillas. Tea and coffee on their own will be served between 1 pm and 4 pm.
If you are an expert on Traditional Indian Food, you will find that their claim for being the best on the Costa is well justified. If you have not experienced Indian food before or if you have been previously disappointed somewhere else, you will certainly go back to Massala.
For reservations and enquiries, please phone: 952 897 358 and for an idea of the menu see www.webexpressguide.com/massala.htm