Found on High Street in the Markyate area of St. Albans, Markyate Spice delivers a fantastic food offering of authentic Indian cuisine to visitors and locals of the idyllic Hertfordshire town.
Diners are invited to sit back and relax as the friendly staff at Markyate Spice do their utmost to create a fantastic atmosphere within the restaurant and the passionate, award-winning Head Chef creates an array of tantalising flavours that are fit to suit the needs of one and all.
Whetting the appetite in style are the Markyate Spice appetisers, where the usual suspects in the onion bhaji, the vegetable Pakora and the samosa – which varies in filling – sits alongside a number of mouth-watering starter options that promise to set the taste buds up superbly. These are equally gratifying when indulged either individually or when shared in the tapas style and include the likes of the delectable duck spring roll, the sumptuous aromatic chicken wings, and the delightful chatpata crispy calamari.
Served with a variety of sumptuous fillings that incorporates everything from lamb and chicken to a monk fish fillet and a selection of seasonal vegetables, the traditional curries at the restaurant are designed to hit every point of the spice spectrum. For those experienced in all things curry, the likes of the vindaloo and the phaal make for two mouth-warming plates, whereas the creamy korma and the banana and mango based Kashmiri are always there to satisfy the spice averse. Falling somewhere in between, the Balti and Rogan Josh provide all that is necessary for the curry patrons with a more sensitive palate.
Take a look into the mind of the chef with the Markyate Specials, where the sweet and spicy chicken shagote sits alongside the creamy lamb stowe and the mild butter chicken in a list that best portrays the talents of the cook.
Please Note: This tastecard offer is applicable to Markyate Spice's a la carte food menu only; drinks are not included.