Where: Fernandez Villa,95 , Hill Road (next to St.Andrews Church ) Bandra (West) Mumbai - 400050,
What it says about itself: Nestled at the end of Hill Road , close to St.Andrews church , away from the hustle and bustle of commercial street traffic is Spice Tree – the fine dining Restaurant & Bar which is making waves in Bandra.As the evocative name suggests, Spice Tree endeavors to create the most exclusive dining experience with the accent on the use of authentic spices for you.
The restaurant, spread over an area of 3000 square feet retains the old world charm of the original villa with its high ceiling and old teak rafters and the plush interiors in warm tones will put you at ease the moment you step in.The special Goan , Malvani and Konkani food besides the regular Indian fare will leave your palate tingling for a long time. The aromatic ambience at Spice Tree also incorporates a well stocked and stylish bar which is a total mood setter and will ensure that you are kept in high spirits.
Phone: 022 - 26405161
Open from: 12 noon to 3pm and 7pm to midnight
Average Spend for 2: Rs. 500 - 700
Cuisine: Indian and Coastal delicacies
Music: Instumental,Contemporary Indian and English Music
Serve Alcohol: Yes
Smoking/Non-smoking areas: Yes
Parking: Valet Parking availabe
Special Nights: Yes
Offers and Discounts: Check this site for updates
Credit Cards: All major credit cards
What we thought of it: A well laid out restaurant located amidst the hustle and bustle of Hill Road wherein one can enjoy a perfect blend of Indian Coastal cuisine. You would never know that you could have such a unique dining experience here. But once you enter you know exactly what you were missing. The interiors are delightful, high cieling, paintings and a well equipped bar counter. They have a separate drinks menu with cocktails for those who enjoy a little kink in their drink and mocktails for the teetotalers.
One must definitely try out their Manglorian and Goan curries with steamed Rice. As the seafood here is their speciality it does't matter if you are Vegetarian, as there are many items available with the authentic curries off the coast. You can also try some of their fish and prawn starters while you sip into your Aampanna or Khus drink.Though i must warn you that they take spicy to another level, the Tandoori honey garlic prawns had me guzzling my Iced tea, but i'm not a lover of the pungent spices. We tried the Mix Vegetable Gassi that went very well with the steamed rice and appams.
This restaurant aslo has an outdoor area where you can enjoy the beauty of Bandra with some excellent food.