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Restaurant review: Cafe Spice Namaste


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By Ashwin Mehra

BILLED AS A ‘Gastronomic Adventure,’ Cafe Spice Namaste delivers on its promise, bringing together the best in South Asian food with the best of British sensibilities.

This barrier breaking restaurant does away with the rich colours of traditional interiors and menus of Indian restaurants, combining a cacophony of fresh, diverse colours, smells and tastes with nearly all the fresh ingredients sourced from the UK.

From the exceptionally, delicate and tasty Bhael Poori served with fresh coriander, chillies and green chutney to mouth watering Baingain Pakoras.

Other starters range from Murg Tikka to the unusual Venison Tikka Aflatoon and Badak Kay Tikkay (Tandoor Duck) lightly marinated in yogurt, chilli and spices serve as bold and original dishes.

Spice has an exceptional array of seafood dishes, Goan King Prawn features very highly on the menu, served with steamed rice this sumptuous, well spiced and rather hot dish is a must have feature for all seafood lovers.

Other seafood dishes includes Monkfish Chettinad and King Scallops Balchao flavoured with crumbled dried roasted shrimps and served with garlic and saffron palav.(rice)

Cucumber Raita is especially cool and creamy, a perfect way to cool down your tingling taste buds.

Also, worth trying is the addictive and interestingly spiced Cheese, chilli and garlic naan.

To finish, why not try the homemade coffee and pistachio kulfis and the maple syrup with vanilla ice cream with caramel and walnuts go down a treat!

You can try their A’La Carte menu for a set amount or a regular meal for two should set you back £45.00 for three courses.

For more information on the restaurant and for a full menu visit: www.cafespice.co.uk


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