Enjoy a luxurious choice of Northern and Southern Indian cuisine within the heart of the city. From private dining to corporate functions, Spice of India caters for all.
Spice Of India offers the best Indian fine dining with restaurants located in the heart of the city. Epitomizing the metropolitan lifestyle of KL-its, the restaurant caters not only to those seeking in delectable Indian cuisine but also to the needs of the corporate crowd seeking a stylish, contemporary Indian restaurant to wine, dine and entertain in.
The lavish menu encompasses both authentic Northern and Southern Indian cuisine specially prepared by our experience chefs.
Spicy minced lamb rolls ‘Sheekh Kebab’, mild chicken ‘Malai Kebab’, authentic ‘Chicken Tandoori/Tikka’ or ‘Jhingga Tandoori’ are some of the specialities of Tandoori breads such as ‘Kulcha Do Pyaza’, ‘Phudina Paratha’ or the handkerchief thin ‘Roomali Roti’.
The ambience at Spice Of India is a luxurious one. As you walk into the restaurant, you will be greeted by a brightly-lit, welcoming space accentuated with large mirrors, fine timber furnishing, lush silk drapes and touches of Indian accents throughout.
Malaysia’s Best Restaurants 2007 The discerning readers of Malaysia Tatler have acclaimed Spice of India as one of Malaysia’s best restaurants for its exceptional cuisine and service.
Spice of India was reviewed by famous daily newspapers like :
“The Restaurant, which will be turning one soon, serves authentic Indian cuisine amidst contemporary settings. It does not carry the usual heavy Indian décor like some places do, choosing rather to be simple, yet elegant with Indian fabrics adorning the room with proper lighting.”
– By Sharen Kaur editor of “The New Strait Times”
The Spice of India offers both and generally keeps to the original recipes without trying too hard to please novice palates. Food from both south and North India is prepared freshly here but fret not, you wont need to douse yourself with water. And even if the water gets out of the hand, reach for glass of milk, to douse the capsaicin and not water.
– by “The Malaysian Magazine”
“Tandoori Temptation – Specializing in both north and south Indian cuisines, Spice of India offers a dinning experience to cherish.”
– by V.Magesh – Editor of ‘The Sun’
“The best of two worlds – Each mix has a different taste because its preparation method and marinade are different from each other even though yoghurt is the main ingredient.”
– by Vivienne Pal ‘The Star’
K.L Lifestyle – “Step into a space lined with contemporary geometry design intertwined with a little touch of Indianness.next time you are tired of trawling the mall, traipse into Spice of India and treat our self to a sumptuous meal fit for the Maharajahs.”
– by K.L. Lifestyle