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Indian Spice

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Nestled along elegant Alameda Dr. Carlos D'Assumpcao, just a heartbeat from Kun Iam's Statue and the 'Docas' (Macau's Lan Kwai Fong), Indian Spice stands for its name and serves a decent variety of scrumptious curries and Indian favorites that are flavorful, yet not too hot.


Setup is quite nice and so is the ambience, and although the restaurant is not ostentatious in any way, it is nonetheless pleasant and boasts a nice alfresco area from where you can view the waterfront…


The menu features a fairly wide selection of mostly north-Indian delicacies from Gujarat and Punjab, including:  Murg Malai Tikka (Chicken cubes marinated in spices & cream and grilled in a clay oven),  Paneer Malai Tikka (Cottage cheese cubes marinated in spices & cream and grilled in a clay oven),  Gosht Rogan Josh (kashmir-style lamb), Coconut Prawns CurryMurg (Chicken) Biryani,  Murg Kadhai (Chicken cubes cooked with onions, tomatoes & spices) and  Kadhai Paneer (Cottage cheese cubes in tangy onion tomato gravy with capsicum and onion), just to name a few…


Prices are quite reasonable: Set lunch options start from MOP 50, which is a real steal, while a full a-la-carte dinner can come to MOP 200 - 250


Open daily for lunch and dinner.


39 Alameda Dr. Carlos D'Assumpcao (Vista Magnifica Court)

'Docas' (Opposite the Statue of Kun Iam)                       

Phone: 2872 2784


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