Bantawala by Masala Twist (West End, Glasgow) 2022 : Review

Todays Visit

I have had here on my list to go back for a while, and today after the gym and working up an appetite I headed back to the Wet End to Bantawala to try a new dish.

Noise Level★★★★★
Restaurant Temperature★★★★★
Table Dressing★★★★
Restaurant Cleanliness★★★★★

The Food

I wanted to try a dish I have not had before, and I spotted this one instantly due to it having Kerala in the name as I have now many friends from Kerala.

Chicken Kerala Curry £12.95
(One Pot Curry) well renowned mild chicken curry cooked with coconut milk and southern spices

As I said I had to check this out and try it since it had Kerala in the name.

On arrival, this was very nice looking and instantly my mouth watered.

I did notice it had 1 chilli next to the name so I knew this wouldn’t have too much of a kick, which I know most Kerala dishes do have.

This was very nice, for me it had zero kick and a lovely creamy and very nicely spiced flavour.

Value for Money★★★★

My Rating:

Rating: 3 out of 5.

Mango Lassi £2.85

As you know I love ending my visit to an Indian restaurant with a Mango lassi if I still have some room left.

This was nice and had a good mango flavour.

For me, it could have been a bit sweeter but that’s me and my sweet tooth talking.

Value for Money★★★★

My Rating:

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Visit Overall

Overall today was Ok, it was good to be back and I am glad I tried a new dish.

Time between Courses★★★★★
Halal FriendlyYes
Vegan FriendlyYes
Overall Value for Money★★★★★

My Overall Rating:

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Author: krismunro

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