-By Marryam H Reshii
Located within the colonial hotel The Imperial, The Spice Route has a.menu that travels along the Spice Route, from India’s Malabar coast to China through Thailand, Vietnam and Malaysia besides Srilanka. The décor has won it the accolade of being one of the ten most attractive interiors in the whole world. Put together in the style of a full wooden temple, complete with wooden pillars, wall frescoes and nine different interconnected sections, you can actually take a tour of the restaurant while it is in operation, with the highlights being pointed out to you. If you want a full meal in a single cuisine, Thai is the way to go. Do use the Thai menu as a starting point: the kitchen will be happy to make you little-known treats like Hormok and Rice Crackers with Prawn Sauce. The Kerala style Chicken stew with appams are recommended. In fine weather, do ask for a table in the open courtyard.
Review posted within last 6 month
I thoroughly enjoyed the experience of eating at Spice Route. Imperial has that old world charm and spice route complements it beautifully. The ambience is breath-taking and the food is curated with passion and its pretty evident. Each and every dish on the table was stellar, authentic and had a story to tell. Easily my favourite Thai restaurant in the country. Cheers to team Spice Route.
Review posted more than 6 month ago
Food is good... rest all is average..... however keep in mind.. its not for the people.. who would like to focus on price before than selecting the dish....
Review posted more than a year ago
I visited this place for the first time when a friend of mine suggested it. On entering the place, I found the ambience to be a quiet, nice and pleasing one. The food was fine. I felt that according to the prices the quality could have been better. Over all it was a fine experience.
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