Palace Spice Westow Hill
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Posted: Fri Aug 3 2012
A well established, ever-popular restaurant in the Upper Norwood triangle of London’s Crystal Palace, Palace Spice opened in 2001 and has gone from strength to strength ever since. Ten minutes from both Gipsy Hill and Crystal Palace stations alike, this centrally located Indian eatery finds itself frequented by local residents and workers from the nearby offices and shops alike. With more than twenty years experience in the restaurant industry, the Palace Spice management team have mastered the ideal combination of great service and crowd pleasing food, offering an always exemplary dining experience to consistently happy guests. Taken from the traditional home cookery of India and Bangladesh, the Palace Spice menu specialties are cooked in an authentic wood fired tandoor, using haandi (copper pot) or tawah (iron griddle) to maintain the true flavour of the Subcontinent. The finest ingredients are sourced, all GM free, natural and free from artificial flavourings and colourings.