Masala 73, Curry bar opened it’s doors just two months ago in Eixample, Barcelona after two years of giving us the best of Indian street food on wheels.
AT FIRST SIGHT
It all started out when Jordi Aros and Kuldeep Singh met working the Barcelona food scene. Long story short, they decided to fix up a old Mercedes bus and turn it into a Food Truck. After two years of success at different food festivals and event around Barcelona the next natural step was to open a restaurant – Masala 73 Curry Bar.
The restaurant is modern with grey cement walls with Hindi hand-painted art. As you enter Masala 73 Curry Bar you straight into the open kitchen and a small bar to grab a quick bite. Further in through the narrow aisle into the dining area with a window that makes you think you travelled straight to India.
The menu at Masala 73 is short and they specialise in curries. They offer four different ones to their diners; veggie, chicken, fish and lamb. Besides the curries, you find chicken Hariyali, Boston butt Tandoori, freshly baked naan’s, dal and raita.
They have a set menu for 25€ were you get a varied selection of dishes, no drinks included and during the weekdays they have a set Menu Curry bowl for 11€.
DISHES TRIED AND TESTED
My good friend and chef Anjalina ‘Soul Spices’ Chugani told me I just had to visit Masala 73 Curry Bar, there is no way to say NO, coz she knows her shit. So last week we hit the evolution of Masala 73 street food truck, Masala 73 Curry Bar.
We decided on sharing a set weekday menu and on the side a selection of their star dishes. The quality and the flavours are spots on, you will for sure be back (like me).
OTHER BUSINESS BY THE GUYS BEHIND MASALA 73 CURRY BAR
Masala 73 Indian street food truck
Foodies, locals & visiting foodies
To get the taste of genuine Indian flavours
Carrer de Muntaner 152, 08036 Barcelona
Tuesday -Saturday 12h – 16h and 20h – 00h
+34 937 97 87 02