Tuesday, 15 August 2017

Gastronomic Treasures At Masabaa...

Masabaa - The Treasury Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Masabaa - The Treasury is one of the culinary gems located on the dynamic Club Road in Punjabi Bagh. Masabaa, as a brand is spread across two floors - The Treasury and Lounge & Bar, along with a picturesque rooftop, that is now restricted operation.

Masabaa - The Treasury is such a restaurant which reflects opulence in fine dining thanks to its plush interiors, well-lit premises, delectable dishes, and attentive service, all of which form for a memorable dining experience.

While the Lounge & Bar give a casual dining experience with a relaxed vibe and a dimly-lit premises, The Treasury is a complete opposite and promises elegant culinary art.

The premises is done up in gold, beige and copper hues and features a glass ceiling throughout. Magnificent chandeliers and graceful lamps add to the grandeur.

Apart from a plush and spacious setting, there is also the provision for a private dining area at The Treasury which can cater to twenty patrons at once and is demarcated from the conventional dining area by the means of a copper statuette at the entrance, towards its left and right respectively. 

Masabaa - The Treasury has a considerable variety up their sleeve, thanks to them being a Multi-Cuisine setup and patrons are bound to be spoiled for choice. With one of their initial Menus being designed by Chef Harpal Singh Sokhi in the past, nothing short of culinary excellence could be expected.

Here's a lowdown on what all would be great when dining at Masabaa - The Treasury... 

Beverages, most of which were served inside a kettle fuming with liquid nitrogen, thus reminding me of the presentation of beverages at Madaari: 


Mint Chee

Masabaa Punch

Lemon Iced Tea


Chili Shitake Broth was a steaming bowl of finely sliced mushrooms and various veggies.

Sweet Corn Chicken Soup was a classic with corn kernels and chicken chunks.


Khumb Ki Galouti was presented in a conventional manner with a melt-in-mouth Kebab and an Ulte Tawe Ka Parantha which had a sweet aftertaste.

Anguri Murg Tikka was infused with a selection of spices.

Ajwaini Jhinga was marinated with ground spices and grilled to perfection.

Mustard Sole was an Oriental preparation in mustard sauce and tossed with bell-peppers and onions.

Philadelphia Cheese Rolls from World Affairs were all a mozzarella cheese with bell peppers wrapped in sheets, accompanied by mayonnaise dip.

Main Course, wherein the Indian preparations were accompanied by an assortment of Indian Breads, Raita, and Salad: 

Grilled Tomato Risotto is easily one of the best dishes at Masabaa - The Treasury, both aesthetically and on the palate.

Masabaa Dal is The Treasury's take on the classic Dal Makhni.

Treasury Paneer Kalyani is one of Masabaa's signature dishes, and a spin-off on the classic Sham Sawera, with spinach dumplings stuffed with cottage cheese in a rich tomato gravy.


Chef's Choice Dessert Sampler which consisted of Molten Choco Lava Cake, Kesari Phirni, Chocolate Walnut Brownie, Moong Dal Halwa, and Vanilla Ice-cream with Chocolate Sauce.

On the whole, Masabaa comes across as one of the perfect places for a marvelous dining experience with family. It is one of the few places that is reviving the elegance and charm of fine dining with poise. :)

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