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I’ve walked past Spice Market in Leicester Square on a daily basis for about four months and until very recently assumed it was an Indian restaurant — the décor looks that way and the name is very similar to an amazing Indian takeaway near my parents house. Turns out, it’s a South East Asian place, so think less dahl and turmeric, and more lemongrass, soy and ginger. It’s located in the bottom of the W hotel, so though technically a ‘hotel restaurant’ it doesn’t feel that way at all. It’s intimate and moody inside with dim brass lanterns, low tables, slick black surfaces and gold mesh screens. On the ceiling 600...
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The Spice Market is a broadly Southeast Asian-inspired restaurant housed within the trendy, flashy 192-bedroomed W Hotel, Leicester Square. It’s an outpost of three Michelin starred chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s celebrated Manhattan restaurant. Such accolades can only lead to great expectations, so it’s no surprise really that reviewers have been somewhat unkind. Guardian critic Jay Rayner lost the will to carry on before dessert arrived and Telegraph critic Matthew Norman scored a dismal 2/10. It really doesn’t leave much for food enthusiasts to be optimistic about.The restaurant website promises me...
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