Found on King Street in the London borough of Watford, Spice of India is a delightfully unassuming eatery that provides all to enter with a range of tasty flavours.
Now accepting the tastecard, members who call in advance are able to sample all that the a la carte menu has to offer at a superb price, leaving plenty in the pocket for an accompanying drink or two.
All of the usual favourites of the onion bhaji, the pakora and the samosa can be found alongside a number of other small plates, such as the chaat puri and the king prawn butterfly, in a starters selection that promises to set the palate up in style for what’s to come.
Next up, the delectable collection of main courses leaves very little to be desired for any lover of the curry, with a variety of dishes available that serve to hit each end of the spice spectrum. From the fiery madras to the mild and creamy korma, the traditionalists are sure to be satisfied, while there are a host of chef recommendations, including the capsicum infused garlic bhuna and the mixed pickle, coriander and green chilli incorporated gosht mata masala, that will entice those looking for something a little different.
Whether looking to celebrate with a loved one, to catch up with a close friend, for a casual evening out with the significant other, or for a bit of respite amidst a day of retail therapy in the nearby intu Watford Shopping Centre, all are offered a warm welcome at Spice of India.