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A fusion of Thai, Indian, and Malay cuisines are on the cards at Hong Kong’s Spice Restaurant & Bar. Located down Knutsford Terrace in Tsim Sha Tsui, the team at Spice are knowledgeable about the regional dishes typical to each of these countries. Paired with a classy interior and a lively atmosphere, it’s the perfect place to sample pan-Asian culinary traditions. Furthermore, there’s room to rock’n’roll at Spice as well, with private functions enjoying state-of-the-art party facilities.
The food is aweasome Service are excellent Food is hotter in plate all the time Fiod quantity are quit enough We are in group all people are loving the dinner and comes to agian We already visit more then 15 time in a year already. All the staff is really understable and very good.
I have eaten at this indian restaurant a couple of times and the food quality and portion is good! Its also situated in a good location with pleasant dining environment. Although i would encourage a faster and better service in refilling our ice water since the food is spicy, or change to a bigger glass for water.
I like the atmosphere and the food is good. However it gets super crowded in the evening with lots of indian families. Im not sure if they are having a dinner buffet there or event because there was alot of movement around. As such it feels like we have a little difficulty getting the attention of the servers to refill our water or to get additional desserts. The toilet queue was also horribly long, at least fifteen mins of wait!
Spice Restaurant & Bar is a popular spot for Hong Kong residents to take their
private parties, with a projector and big screen, neon lighting, hifi audio and
microphones transforming this pan-Asian fusion restaurant along Tsim Sha Tsui’s
Knutsford Terrace into a karaoke palace. There’s even a permanent dancefloor and
resident DJs ready to get you on your feet – if you can muster the courage after a
sumptuous meal that takes in the flavours of India, Thailand, and Malaysian cuisine.
Buffet lunches begin at noon and run until 3pm at Spice Restaurant & Bar, while dinner guests are welcome between 6pm and midnight. You can always order Spice’s superlative pan-Asian cuisine for takeaway, but the best way to enjoy the diverse, delicious dishes on offer is always to secure a table. Dining at Spice’s Knutsford Terrace, Tsim Sha Tsui premises ensures you are treated to the best service from staff who know their Indian, Malaysian, and Thai cuisine. Skip from Indian kebabs to Thai curries, or try the delicious Malay ketam sambal, with stir-fried crab and shallots. Spice Restaurant & Bar is preeminent in Hong Kong’s competitive Asian cuisine scene.