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Available for takeaway, dine-in and delivery, Masala Master is indeed your perfect destination for Indian food. Casual and relaxed, this friendly Indian eatery keeps Sydney locals on their toes with an ever-changing menu of specials and new items. Close to Five Dock Bay and Iron Cove, Masala Master is found on Drummoyne’s Lyons Road, standing out brightly with its orange paint job, and lingering long in the memories of its many loyal regulars.
Food was good but I wouldn't say it was great. Atmosphere was very good, service was a little under staffed. Had a booking but there was no reservation for me or others that came in after me luck there was 1 table left for us but the people that came in after me with a reservation had no table.
Sydney’s Masala Master is a BYO Indian restaurant, so feel free to bring along your favourite wine to enjoy with your meal. The experienced chefs behind the scenes are passionate about Indian cuisine, and are happy to customise any dish to your liking. Well known for their catering services, the people behind Masala Master on Drummoyne’s Lyons Road can make your next big celebration, wedding, social gathering or corporate event a huge hit – simply inquire at the restaurant for more information.
It doesn’t matter whether it’s for dine-in or takeaway, the quality and portion sizes at Masala Master in Drummoyne are always superb. Vegetarians rave about the patiala baingan bhartha, eggplant roasted in the tandoor, then cooked with traditional Indian spices and onions. Spice lovers are encouraged to try the chilli prawn, a fiery dish made by cooking garlic-marinated tiger prawns in a sauce of white wine, onion, garlic, shallots and chilli. Try the mango chicken for a sweet, tangy meal, or, if you’re feeling decadent, go with the butter chicken cooked in a rich butter, tomato and cream sauce. Sydney’s Masala Master can’t fit in everyone, so be sure to make a reservation in advance for a table at their Lyons Road premises.