A glorious setting on the banks of the Thames is just one of the things that sets Chelsea’s Spice of India on the River apart from its (many, many) Indian restaurant contemporaries here in London. The others? For starters the boldly exotic, eye catching interior of the restaurant which does a pretty much perfect job of balancing authentic style and contemporary design, its neon lighting and sleek curved banquettes juxtaposed against traditional art works and oversized plants. And that’s not even to mention the huge outdoor dining space right on the glamorous Imperial Wharf. Service at Spice of India on the River is equally finely balanced, the staff approachable and friendly but slickly efficient in their work. With its modern take on food from the Pan-subcontinent, Spice of India offers Indian food fans a change from the usual, its dishes vastly more sophisticated than those available elsewhere and created by a Head Chef fresh from international five star hotels.
Spice of India on the River
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7 The Boulevard Imperial Wharf
|Price:||£25 and under|