Enjoyed the evening at Spice Den but even though the food was flavoursome it did lack a bit of spice - we tend to get a bit more 'zing' in the Midlands as standard. We are spoiled for choice at home and if back in...More
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Looking for somewhere to eat while visiting Lowestoft on a sailing holiday. Walked some way to this restaurant. Good service, some unusual dishes and we weren't disappointed by the quality of the food. Overall, very good and recommended.
Again spice den never fails to produce amazing food with amazing service. The spicy lamb with spinach was truly amazing again. We tried a vindaloo tonight and it was really hot and full of flavour. The staff are so friendly,polite and very knowledgeable about the...More
When we made our order, we were told that it would be delivered within an hour as it was a busy Saturday night, however it arrived at our hotel bedroom door in just twenty minutes! The food was beautifully prepared into takeaway pots, was piping...More
We go to the Spice Den often and has always been amazing. The food has really good flavours and taste and the staff always give 100% excellent customer service. Please come and open up another restaurant in southwold
Apart from being a little cramped the Spice Den is 4 stars the food is served in neat white porcelain dishes and tastes great. The ingredients are fresh and full of flavour I'm a VINDALOO freak but many places make it just 'hot' here it...More
I recently visited the top rated Indian Restaraunt in Norwich. The Spice Den was streets ahead. Food was fresh and tasty. Service was friendly. And there were people in it. Which seemed to distinguish it from every other place in the town.
Food was good but portion size small compared to other Indians I've been too. And the price of each dish is around 50p £1.50 dearer than many other Indians locally too. Service was good, decor a bit unusual. I imagine it was a house before...More