Please note: You must book in advance and mention the tastecard to be entitled to the discount. There might be countless Indian restaurants in London, but that doesn't mean that diners in Bromley must miss out. They'll find warm atmosphere, flavourful dishes and excellent value for money at Spice Garden, one of the longest-standing eateries in the area. They've become a firm local favourite for good reason with their contemporary twist on all the classics that's bound to turn newcomers into regulars. Families looking for places to dine out in London's Bromley with the kids need look no further. The friendly eatery is just a stone's throw from Shaftesbury Park and Kings Meadow Playing Fields, making it the perfect way to end a day outdoors. And with Grove Park and Sundridge Park stations within reach, it's also ideal for those impromptu get-togethers after work with friends. With its stylish fine dining twist on the typical Indian restaurant, Spice Garden is easily one of the more modern places to eat in Bromley. The cosy restaurant is smart enough for a date night with its crisp table linens and flowers on every table. But it's also relaxed enough for family meals. In fact, staff are very friendly and will go out of their way to ensure everyone is looked after. Indian restaurants don't get much better than Spice Garden for curry lovers. Diners will find all the classics such as rogan josh, vindaloo and jalfrezi. But while the restaurant might be called Spice Garden, they also cater to diners that aren't looking for heat with dishes like their lamb passanda and butter chicken. And no meal would be complete without their garlic naan and mushroom rice. For curries that are guaranteed to hit the spot, there's no better choice than Spice Garden. Any occasion will be even more of a treat for tastecard members who can enjoy exclusive restaurant savings when they call to book ahead and present their cards upon arrival. It's a good chance to treat themselves to another pint or two, a starter or a few scoops of their mango kulfi.