On arriving at the restaurant we initially almost walked back out as the place was completely empty, to add to this decor was looked a bit shabby and waiter seemed to struggle in understanding what we wanted to order, which we knew was true as the drinks we ordered arrived almost 20 mins later and only after been ordered again. Anyway getting onto the food, and for this reason I am glad we stayed and dined at fire and spice... All I can say is that the food was amazing, a fusion of flavours and cultures. My partners starter was Hakka chilli chicken and I opted for prawns. For mains we opted for salmon, and Tuna. the tuna with noodles has to be one of the tastiest plates of food I have eaten in a long whole. Therefore the restaurant has to be worth a try, and if like me your a tastecard holder then this makes the meal tremendous value for money.
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