Restaurant Review: SpiceKlub in Lower Parel

Two weeks ago, I visited SpiceKlub in Lower Parel. An Indian Vegetarian Restaurant right opposite of the Palladium Mall and next to The Rolling Pin (check out my review of The Rolling Pin here). Honestly, I wasn’t super excited to do the review as I had been eating too much Indian food during that time. And I was craving some meat (or sushi! I am always on for sushi…).

But anyways, we went: My mother-in-law was in town and she was quite excited about the whole restaurant reviewing thing! And you know how the parties you don’t feel like going for are usually the best ones? Well, all I can say is that SpiceKlub is now officially my FAVORITE INDIAN VEGETARIAN RESTAURANT IN MUMBAI!

Dhokla Crumbs with coriander chutney foam and frozen coconut chutney
Dhokla Crumbs with coriander chutney foam and frozen coconut chutney

You want to know why? The staff was extremely polite and welcoming. I loved the atmosphere of this buzzing yet very local Indian restaurant. Families, big groups of friends, couples… everyone seems to love this place. And once you have visited you will understand why.

Pani Puri in test tubes and with a chutney injection
Pani Puri in test tubes and with a chutney injection

It is not just a meal you get here. It’s an experience. Indian Molecular Gastronomy. No words to describe. It simply wowed us. And we nearly came back the next day for another family dinner.

We enjoyed a variety of their starters and main courses: Pani Puri in a test tube and the chutney in an injection. Naan Pizza combined India and Italy perfectly and was my personal favorite. Pav Bhaji was served as a fondue and is an amazing way to share the fun with the whole family or a group of friends. Vada Pav had an edible plastic bag filled with the masala. Dhokla Crumbs were served with frozen coconut chutney and coriander chutney foam.

We loved our family dinner and are planning to go back very soon!
We loved our family dinner and are planning to go back very soon!

All I can say is: please forget that this is a “boring non-alcoholic vegetarian” restaurant and give SpiceKlub the chance to wow you. I swear it’s worth it!
SpiceKlub Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato


Please note that Gwenda Glocalista was invited to review this restaurant. Though we did not pay our own bill, we have our own opinion and free food doesn’t buy our free mind.

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