The main draw of this tiny Indian-style restaurant, which offers both Northern and Southern specialties, is the all-you-can-eat buffet, a spread that sends the scents of exotic mustard seed, cardamom, cloves and rose syrup into the street. Vegetarians are addicted to the paneer cheese in spicy-sweet curry and cinnamon-tinged chana masala (chickpeas with chilies), while meat-eaters devour mouth-watering butter chicken in tangy tomato sauce. Every spice-laden dish is procured from a Ramineni family recipe, and the diverse offerings even include some Indo-Chinese cuisine (think fried rice with Indian spices).
|Venue name:||Spice In Café (CLOSED)||Contact:|
1061 W Golf Rd
|Opening hours:||Lunch, dinner|
|Price:||Average main course: $10|
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