Spice 45 restaurant in the village of Dunton Bassett practically encapsulates English history from the coming of the railroads to its present-day multicultural glory. Built in 1905 as a pub and hotel for railway workers and travellers, the pub operated as the Railway until the closing of the line. It then became the Merrie Monk, a traditional village pub, until recently when it was transformed into Spice 45, an Indian restaurant. The menu features all your favourite dishes and classics from around the subcontinent accompanied by a well-chosen drinks list, served in a stylish and relaxed atmosphere. The go-getting staff couldn’t be bettered.
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