SquareMeal Review of
Café Spice Namasté
High ceilings, Victorian brass lamps and swagged curtains in spicy shades create a blend of east and west that's as seamless as the fusion in Cyrus Todiwala's "lovely, unusual Indian food". The high-profile chef is also a renowned champion of British produce, which appears in everything from the homemade pickles and chutneys to the prime fillet from the Duke of Buccleuch's estate that goes into a fiery beef tikka. Elsewhere, Goan flavours are to the fore in dishes such as a classic 'white' king prawn curry with organic red rice or spicy Chiltern pork vindalho, although regional riffs range from a luxurious Parsee-style chicken curry with puréed nuts and coconut to tamarind-marinated duck tikka from Kerala. Café Spice Namasté has long championed the pairing of wine with spicy food and there are helpful tasting notes on the list, which includes a Soul Tree Shiraz from India's Nasik Valley.
Enjoy rare Master classes within a relaxed teaching environment, where Chefs at the top of their game share their secrets.Valid on scheduled Adventure Gourmet Chef's demos only. Not valid in conjunction with any other offer
Join us and Enjoy at least 3 delightful courses of Parsee heritage cuisine, passed down the Todiwala family for generations.Valid on scheduled Khadraas Dinner only. Not valid in conjunction with any other offer.