Masala Theory Bondi

Bondi's sunny food precinct, The Hub, has welcomed this eccentric, rule-breaking eatery starring flavour-filled neo-Indian eats.
Nishika Sharma
Published on January 09, 2024
Updated on January 09, 2024


Masala Theory's second location arrived at sleek Bondi digs in 2023 bringing Yashpal Erda's inventive take on Indian cuisine to The Hub, the suburb's bustling Hall Street precinct also home to Da OraziobillsGelato Messina and China Diner.

With the eatery's proximity to the beach, you can enjoy a sunshine-filled stroll before dining in the evening or — if you have the presence of mind to book in for lunch after a day time dip — you can alleviate that inevitable post-beach hunger in a pretty spectacular manner.

The menu features Masala Theory's crowd favourites like the famed curry bombs, the towering Three Sisters chaat and the pizza-inspired 'naanza'. You'll also find original dishes created specially for the beach-adjacent location: seafood-starring selections feature heavily, with the Bombay-inspired fish and chips, a roasted coconut barramundi curry and a luxe prawntini taking centre stage.

Start with the dosa onion rings, the vegetarian-friendly wada pav sliders or the crispy bang-bang gobhi. For mains, the selection spans from big-hitting dishes like the coal-smoked mango lamb chops to vego and vegan options like the flavour-filled south Indian malai curry and the vego koftas with green curry sauce.

And we encourage you to pair your meal with one of Masala Theory's crafted cocktails. Take your pick from highlights like its popular Mumbai marg, the chai t-roni or a neo-Indian spin on a classic with the 545 wala old fashioned.


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