The tastecard discount is not available on Celebration Days including, but not limited to, Valentine's Day, Mothering Sunday, Father's Day, etc.
The team at Spice Garden believe that the key to a good meal is a perfect blend of exemplary service, great value for money and brilliant authentic dishes, all with a dash of spice, and with a large roster of returning diners it’s safe to say they achieve all of that.
The skilled chefs only use the freshed and locally sourced ingredients when created their tantalising dishes, which is apparent from the very first mouthful. Bringing a myriad of mouth-watering Indian dishes, along with the odd British favourite, Spice Kitchen delivers great tasting food to every customer that walks through the doors.
Whet the appetite with one of the many starters available, such as the alluring Chicken Pakora, deep fried and tikka pasted pieces of chicken, the juicy King Prawn Butterfly, a large, breaded and deep fried king prawn, or for the veggies, the classic Onion Bhaji.
With the stomach geared up for more diners will find the usual favourite curries yet the Spice Garden’s specialties are in a league of their own. Adaptive palates should sample the Balti Special, best served with the duck variant and cooked in a special cast iron pan with fresh herbs and spices, while thrill seekers are bound to be reaching for some water after tasting the Red Chilli Massala, ideal with Tandoori King Prawns, chargrilled and blended with hot spices.
Easily accessible via train and car, being a short walk away from the Waltham Cross train station and just off the M25, there’s no reason hungry diners can’t head straight to Spice Garden for some delicious, authentic Indian cuisine.