What it says about itself: Set against the backdrop of the Salt Water Pool, Spices is an authentic South East Asian Restaurant offering exotic oriental cuisine. For the well-honed palate Spices also has a Sushi bar and a Teppanyaki counter, where chef’s cook up a feast just for you! Asian décor with authentic Thai articrafts and fabric screens along with informal sit-down bars, Spices creates a welcoming environment for family, friends and business associates.
Open from: Dinner- 19.00hrs to 00.00hrs (Sunday to Wednesday), 19:00hrs to 01:00hrs (Thursday to Saturday)
Average Spend for 2: Rs. 1500 and above
What it costs: A full meal for two at Spices would cost you 1500 and more.
Serve Alcohol: Yes
Credit Cards: All major credit cards accepted.
What we thought of it: Compared to the somewhat loud and lively Lotus Cafe, Spices is quiet and serene. The service at Spices is friendly, attentive and helpful, although a tad slow when the restaurant gets packed.
Spices has a pretty extensive wine list, featuring a lot of Indian and International wines. The drinks menu is surprisingly reasonably priced and has a wide range of cocktails to choose from. I suggest you try the Caipiroschka.
And now for the good part. The food at Spices is definitely something to write home about. We had only the Teppanyaki, but if thats any indication of the rest of the food, then Spices is definitely a place to frequent. The Salmon and Prawns were exquisite. Although we didn't care much for the Miso Soup, the dessert - Flambeed Cherries with Ice-Cream more than made up for that.
All in all, a good place to eat at, if you can afford it