About Spice Box
When you think of brunch, your mind doesn’t automatically go to Indian, does it? Yes, Dishoom’s bacon naan has gone viral, but in general, brunch has been – until now at least – traditionally un-Indian. Spice Box, however, is here to change your perception. Its sweet, spicy and boozy Indian brunch menu is sure to put the much-loved cuisine on the map.
Try the doffles with chai spiced banana, or KFC (Keralan fried chick’n) to spice up your morning. If a boozy brunch is on the agenda, team your doffles with a boozy mango lashi, rum chai or classic prosecco.
Likewise, when you think of Indian food, your mind doesn’t necessarily wander to vegan, either, does it? Again, Spice Box is here to widen your perspective – everything on the menu is plant based.
Spice Box offers all-day dining, meaning you can enjoy lunch and dinner here, too. The menu is full of surprises as well as authentic Indian treats to feast on. Expect onion bhajis, samosas and pani puris to start, followed by a selection of curries with an option of rice, roti or naan to go with it.
For days when you feel like a lazy day on the sofa and ordering in, Spice Box’s Tiffin Club is a no-waste way of doing a takeaway. With your first order, you can buy a traditional Tiffin Box and pick your favourite set menu, then the next time you fancy a curry, simply pop down to Spice Box and they will refill the box for you. Ideal if you are trying to do your bit for the environment and cut down on your single-use plastic consumption.
With so many options to choose from, whether you are vegan or not, this curry house puts a fun twist on authentic Indian cuisine. So if you decide to go for its unconventional brunch or traditional dinner curries, it looks like Dishoom has some competition when it comes to most unique Indian restaurant in London.