Opening Hours: Daily 12:30-11:45pm
Telephone : +91 11 4111 6605
This sumptuous fine-dining establishment, with murals and antiques that reflect the roots of the historical spice route, serves food from the Malabar Coast in Kerala, Malaysia, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Indonesia to reflect the journey of spices.
This sumptuous fine-dining establishment located on the Imperial, Janpath Road, New Delhi is a feast for the eyes, with murals and antiques that reflect the roots of the historical spice route as much as the food. The restaurant offers food from the Malabar Coast in Kerala, Malaysia, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Indonesia to reflect the journey of spices. Divided into nine different sections portraying the nine stages of the journey of life, the Spice route delivers outstanding meals using quality flavors and ingredients. Each section is an artwork in itself showcasing antique pillars, exotic decors, hand-painted murals and timber ceilings from temples and sculptures more telling various stories.
Khao Klukh Krapi
The staffs are friendly, diligent and the service is outstanding.
The decor of this restaurant is an amalgamation of history, architecture, and philosophy of all the most magnificent parts of Asia. The ambience is touristy.
Menu includes crispy spring rolls ‘Por Pia Chae’ with ‘Som Tum Thae’ sauce; Papaya noodle salad (a cold noodle salad with raw papaya and peanuts); Kozhi Kodan Biryan (Kerala style chicken biryani); Irachi stew of lamb and potato in coconut milk, served with rice-flour pancakes, with a glass of spiced pineapple rasam with fresh curry leaves; Khao Klukh Krapi, (stir-fried rice with Thai shrimp paste served with sweetened shrimps); Malaysian yellow rice dish Nasi Kuning cooked in coconut milk, kaffir lime, and lemongrass leaves; Tofu with stir fried Bok Choy, ‘Tauhu Nim’. Dessert: My dessert was Thub Thim Krob, (sweetened coconut milk with water chestnuts). Cinnamon flavoured ice-cream made of soy protein; the Sagu Sagu (Thai rice pudding with cardamom, pandan, cinnamon, and sugar). There is an extensive wine list to wash down the meal.
INR 3,000 for two.
Aside from dining like a king on the eclectic Asian dishes, diners discover the Asian rich cultural heritage on an art tour where you did not just have memories of good food and hospitality, but even the sanctity of the place. You are sure to discover something new on every visit to this high-end restaurant.
The Spice Route at The Imperial
Janpath Lane, Connaught Place
New Delhi, Delhi 110001
Phone: +91 11 4111 6605
Web: The Spice Route