Spice Village Review – August 2020
Eat Out to Help Out – A Wednesday visit, during these unusual times, to get a share of the 50% (up to £10 a head) off the bill. It’s good to return as our last review, an age ago, was back in February.
No social distancing here as every table was full. Can’t blame them for making the most of it after a few lean months.
Service was brilliant, especially considering how busy it was and we were a table of seven. Our experience of eating at different restaurants run by Ash, over the years, as normally proved to be a good one. Generally speaking all the food was better than average and the price makes it good value.
Common Curry – Mid range prices.
Certificate – A 4 star certificate awarded.
Web site – http://www.spicevillagemk.co.uk/
Summary – Will definity return, you should try it. No complaints about any lamb dishes, must be good.
|Pops were good with nice dips||Lamb Chops starter, a bit tough, not much meat|
|Great service. Hot plates and good description of food as it arrived||Nazami Chicken, not as spicey as the menu suggested|
|Special Mixed starter went down well, very tasty||Tasty Okra side but over cooked|
|Lamb Dhansak, very good and spicey||Poor Keema Nan, doughy and tasteless|
|Lamb Tikka Balti, good taste, large pieces of lamb. Nice, not hot but recommended|
|Lamb Pathia, properly sweet and hot|
|Chicken Methi very good|
|Saag Aloo and Onion Bhajee side dishes nice and tasty|
|Rice all good|