Bantawala by Masala Twist (West End, Glasgow) 2021 : Review

Visit : 18/10/2021

The Visit

One of my friends messaged me and said she fancied a Dosa and if I would like to join her for one, so I said yes got ready and drove to the West End.

We tried a place before Bantawala as she wanted to visit that place, but they had none left that evening and I knew Bantawala would so we popped in here.

The Food

Masala Dosa £6.95
Stuffed with Masala potatoes and onions

The last time I had a dosa was at Rishis and it was the size of the table, so I was looking forward to trying one again.

Tonight’s Dosa was just for one person, and I opted for the Masala one.

On arrival this looked very nice, and had a nice smell so I couldn’t wait to dig in as I was getting hungry.

This had a nice kick to it, and the dips were very nice and added to the already nice flavour.

I found this very filling, but very enjoyable.

My Rating :

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Masala Lemon Banta £2.85

I tried the other banta last time, and was told to try this one on my next visit….so I kept my promise and ordered it.

Visually I could see the masala in the lemonade, to be honest I didn’t know what to expect.

I took a sip and ohh nice, had a very very small kick and interesting taste.

For my personal taste it was just ok, but I think I would stick with the one I tried last visit.

My Rating :

Rating: 3 out of 5.

Overall :

Overall another nice night at Bantawala, and we both enjoyed our Dosa’s

My Rating :

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Author: krismunro

Glasgow Food Travel & lifestyle blogger on a mission to discover all that is dynamic & diverse.

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