Mirch Masala is a hole in the wall restaurant in the West Village dishing out flavorful Indian food. The restaurant’s name came from two Indian Words: “Mirch” which means Chili and “Masala” which means a mixture of spice.
The restaurant is relatively small and sits about 20 people. Their hours of operation are from 11:30am to 12am on most days. On Friday & Saturday, they’re open all the way until 2am, perfect for late night munchies. They serve up well known Indian dishes such as Chicken Tikka Masala and Tandoori Prawns but they also offer more traditional foods such as Paneer and Lamb Roganjosh.
Mirch Masala does catering as well so let’s bring on the Chicken Tikka Masala and all the Naan you can eat.
Here’s a sample menu for your office lunch:
- Chicken Tikka Masala – Marinated cubes of boneless chicken smoked in tandoor and sauteed in a rich tomato spices & fenugreek (Methi) sauce
- Lamb Biryani – Marinated Lamb, spices & aromatic Basmati rice
- Palak Paneer – Fresh baby spinach & cubes of cottage cheese cooked with onions, ginger, garlic & cilantro
- Mango Lassi – Delicious Ratnagiri mango pulp churned with yogurt & sprinkled with cardamom
- Rosemary Naan
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