Visited with friends. Had nice curries along with Indian Dancing Girl. Good unobtrusive service and reasonable price. Sitting outside is best, so wise to book.
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We were treated to a trip to Spice Court.Sitting outside being entertained by musicians and a dancer was a real pleasure and with food that was tasty and plentiful.Chicken Bhuna was particularly good as were the roti and nan.Service was good too.A very nice place...More
We only had one night in Jaipur and this place was recommended by a few people. The food was delicious (though we ordered too much). The chicken tikka is the best we have ever had. It had a nice atmosphere with folk music and dancing...More
Totally delicious food, ambience and service...the slightly colonial feel of the building made sitting outside for drinks after the meal a real pleasure ... pretty garden and dancing to watch too. The general manager was friendly and warm and spent time chatting to us, even...More
My only taste of Rajasthan's famous 'laal maas', a delectable meat dish with an oily gravy. The tandoori chicken was excellent too. Service is old fashioned but efficient. Prices are competitive. I was not too happy with the 'gobi manchurian' though.
We had two lovely meals at the Spice Court. This is clean, the food is excellent and the staff were very friendly and helpful. Parth the manager looked after us so well, he was warm, interesting and friendly and even he managed to find us...More
The food was good, plentiful and a good value. The restaurant looked promising as you enter a courtyard with singers and dancers but the restaurant itself was basic and lacked atmosphere. We were the only western people in there - I assume testimony to the...More
Took taxi to Spice Court based on TA reviews. The building looks a bit like a reception hall and nothing fancy about it. But the food was very tasty and the menu had wide selection. The waiters were very courteous and welcoming. The noise level...More