Spice Tree

Restaurants, Indian West Hampstead
Spice Tree

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Opened in 1996, West Hampstead’s Spice Tree has gone from strength to strength, dodging the fate of many a London restaurant to become one of the most popular and well respected dining rooms in the area. Contemporary and comfortable, Spice Tree offers pleasant surroundings and a peaceful, relaxed atmosphere no doubt helped along by the staff - friendly, attentive and dedicated to providing each and every guest with their ideal dining experience, whether for business or pleasure. From the day it opened its doors for the very first time, Spice Tree has received high praise for its food, traditional Indian and Bangladeshi dishes done well using fresh, high quality ingredients and cooked to order. Indeed, it really isn’t difficult to see why this restaurant has won numerous awards in local press.


Venue name: Spice Tree
Address: 32 Mill Lane London
Price: £25 and under
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This is on my road and they have the best friendly service, very quick and food is of course delicious! Defo recommend this restaurant.

I love this restaurant. The food is genuinely very very good, beautifully flavoured dishes and meat always tender. Come here not only for good food but if you value the sort of courteous, warm and personal customer service the rest of London seems to have left behind. Highly recommend!

Spice Tree has changed so much since i last been as Babur Empire. In short, for me Spice Tree topped other Indian restaurants around West Hampstead, with a unique menu and a very relaxing atmosphere really made my evening. As well as a very welcoming team of staff. The food was the best I've had for years. I would definitely recommend to all Curry Lovers around the West Hampstead/ Kilburn region.