Masala doesn’t necessarily mean ‘sophisticated flavours’. Rather, it’s a Hindustani word, familiar to any Gold Coast foodie that frequents Indian and South Asian restaurants, but in fact derived from the Persian masalih, ‘affairs’, ‘materials’, or ‘spices’, in turn from the Arabic salaha, meaning to be fit, competent, usable. These subtle inflections are fully present in the nuanced Indian cuisine on offer at Masala Island, situated with eerie appropriateness on Hope Island in the northern suburbs of the Gold Coast. Located on Hope Island Road, close to the intersection with Monterey Keys Drive, Masala Island’s chic modern premises are the perfect backdrop to the creative, refined Indian cuisine on offer, with traditional favourites mixing with contemporary innovations for a peerless dining experience.
Very good attention and food first class it was lovely night with a good car park. Thank you we will back definitely. Best Regards Abraham Rodriguez
Our favourite local Indian restaurant. Good food and service with a large menu. BYO wine makes the evening more affordable too. We go there regularly.