Masala Moe’s Indian Restaurant in Boracay
Boracay Island, Philippines — For exotic cravings teeming with potent spices and delectable flavours, there is an authentic Indian restaurant a few minutes away from the central district to satisfy exactly this kind of craving.
Masala Moe’s Indian and Mediterranean Heritage Restaurant boasts of authentic Indian flavours stemming from the rich culinary traditions of home-cooked Indian cuisine.
Spruced up through a complex culinary process of marrying fresh produces with appetizing herbs and spices, Masala Moe’s menu guarantees nothing less than the true Indian gastronomy that its Indian owner, Moe Chulani, knows from the gut.
Inspired by Moe’s grandmother’s passion for cooking, Masala Moe’s offers an array of its namesake’s family’s prized heirloom recipes, be they through Tandoori clay roasts, the heavenly combustion of nourishing flavourings such as in a Masala, the delightfully spiced Curries, delightful Biryani rice dishes, and the crisp Mediterranean-style deep-fried Samosa dumplings.
Now, the way Indians usually eat is by sampling on appetizers first. These hunger-enhancing dishes comprise of like the grainy chickpea dip, Hummus and delightfully smooth eggplant-based Babaganoush dip, paired perfectly with warm Naan bread, plus a few pieces of Samosa, either with the meat of Chicken with green peas or Vegetables.
By tradition, Indian meals take a long time. This is because the food requires a slow process to gradually activate the enriching flavours of each ingredient into the dish, and because Indians simply demonstrate their enjoyment for dining by savouring one bite at a time, as well as chatting with their company.
Understanding that Boracay diners prefer to have their food sooner than the traditional Indian way, Masala Moe’s already prepares the flavourful mixes of Curry, Masala and Tandoori prior to meal times, likewise giving these flavours more time to blend with their choice viand: chicken, shrimp, lamb or purely veggies.
In this respect, diners can savour the delightfully spiced and tender Chicken Curry, juicy Shrimps Masala simmered in about ten assorted herbs and spices, earthenly roasted Chicken Tandoori immersed in yogurt and spices and the satisfying textures of Shrimp Biryani cooked with the easily-digestible Basmati rice in due time.
For crisp Mediterranean textures, Masala Moe’s offers herbed Beef Kebab skewers roasted with veggies, flavourful ground meat Keema stew, and flaked Chicken or Beef Shawarma wraps.
Vegetarians, on the other hand, have a lot to look forward to at Masala Moe’s with dishes like Vegetable Curry, Vegetable Biryani, Vegetable Samosa, Hummus, Babaganoush, and onion-filled Katchumber relish, paired with Indian-style flatbreads, as Naan, Rotti and the crunchy Papadum.
Full and filling these dishes may seem, with the restaurant’s refreshing and bright blue and white dining motif, dining simply prove delightful at Masala Moe’s.
Masala Moe’s Indian and Mediterranean Heritage Restaurant, located at City Mall, Main Road, Din-i-wid, Boracay.
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