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Spice Tree

Address: Fernandes Villa, 95 Hill Road, Near St. Andrews Church, Hill Road, Bandra (W), Mumbai

Tel: 26405053, 26405161

Full Review:

I went to Spice Tree couple of weeks ago with my office colleagues. The ambiance was described in detail by the reviewer down below. We were sitting in the air-conditioned space which with its high ceiling gives the restaurant a very spacious feel. We wanted to sit on the outside next to the small fish pond but the heat wouldn’t let us.
Let me get down to the food. We ordered for kebab plate (22 pieces of different meat kebabs, chicken and fish for most part of it) and batata chaap which totally rocked! That was by far one of the best veg starters i have had in quite sometime.
The main course included Smoked chicken masala and paneer tikka masala. The food was good. Good taste, fresh tender chicken and soft melt-in-the-mouth paneer made it all worth the visit.
We also ordered the pineapple juice and lassi. The lassi was freshly made it seems but not as thick as i like it to be, but good enough nonetheless.
The service was good too, accept for the part wherein they took a little more time to get the food or maybe we were just plain hungry and wanted to eat asap! While giving feedback, they were quick to ask us why we felt the way we felt about the restaurant and that really made my day. The guys really appreciated feedback and hopefully took it in the right spirit as well.
Finally, pricewise, definitely expensive, way over my budget.
Anyways here are the prices:

lassi 65
fresh lime water 55
batata chaap 115
Smoked chicken masala 220
paneer tikka masala 185
pineapple juice – 60
butter kulcha 40
nonveg kebab platter – 405

If your in Bandra, Spice Tree is one place you should definitely try out atleast once, you may fall in love with it 😀
There was no reason why this place didn’t deserve five-stars but for the prohibitive prices especially places in and around Bandra offer a similar experience at a cheaper price.

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