The bustling streets of Sarat Bose Road in South Kolkata are home to this newly opened gem. Located on the 1st floor of the modish boutique hotel Metropole, The aptly named Spice Market is dedicated to commemorating the deep-rooted history of spices and flavours through its trailblazing menu, featuring dishes that kindle the sensation and relish defined by centuries of trade among different communities. It offers the very best of Mughlai, Indian, and Chinese cuisines, each of which entails a synthesis of assorted spices. Spice Market has meticulously curated the best of the traditional dishes to serve you the most authentic Mughlai food in the city. In the kebabs section, the restaurant boasts of popular dishes like Tandoori Chicken, Mutton Seekh Kebab, Chicken Malai Kebab Mutton Shammi Kebab, Murg Kalimirch Kebab, Fish Tikka Kebab, Reshmi Kebab, etc. Some exclusive creations include the succulent Fish Peshawari Kebab and Murg Kalimirch Kebab that lend a “nawabi” feel while you gorge on them. For all the vegetarian out there, the Vegetarian Kebab section will have your taste buds tingle in excitement. Two exceptional items – Tandoori Gobi, Dahi Kebab, Tandoori Panner Tikka, Tandoori Aloo, are must-try dishes for one and all. The main course entails a lot of variations, be it the veg curry or the non-veg curry. Chicken Tikka Butter
Masala, Mutton Rogan Josh, Paneer Butter Masala, Chana Masala etc., are delicacies that will leave you craving for more. The new-fashioned Methi Fish and Mutton Keema Mattar are highly recommended if you want to try something off-beat. They also have the authentic Kolkata Biryani on their menu, the iconic dish that sells like wildfire throughout the year. If you wantto end yourmeal with a shahi-sugary blast, the dessertmenu will leave you spoilt for choice. It is an astute blend of tradition and modernity. Shahi Tukda, a popular dessert during the Mughal period, is the highlight of thissection. Kolkata is the epicentre of Indian Chinese food, and Spice Market does not disappoint with its variety of Chinese dishes that will leave you hankering for more. The starters feature scrumptious dishes like Chilli Chicken, Chicken Fried Wontons, Red Pepper Fish, etc. The main course underscores the  amalgamation of the two cultures with dishes like Kung Pao Chicken, Chicken Manchurian, Chicken in Oyster Sauce, Baby Corn in a Hot Garlic Sauce, Stir fried Vegetables in Schezwan Sauce with Mushroom etc. For people who have a sweet tooth can dig into the popular dessert Darsaan, which is fried noodles tossed in honey and served with ice-cream orfruit puree.

The drinks menu offersfamiliar drinks at a very pocket-friendly range. If quality wine and champagne tickle
your fancy, Spice Market boasts of some of the best ones to satiate your craving. There is a long list of
cocktails that includes the highly sought-after Daiquiri, Jagerbomb, and the all-time favourite LIIT, among
several others. Forthe teetotallers, there are also several options, including the flavourful Litchi Kiwi Sudi,
to choose from the mocktails and the soft drinks list. Swill down any drink of your choice and have a gala
The outlet’s décor is a blend of classic and modish architectural elements, catering to the aesthetic sense
of the urban crowd. The area is divided into three zones, with the bar in the center, which lendsthe place
a refined look and feel. Withan area of 2280 sq. ft., the restaurant can accommodate 58 people. The three
primary zonesinclude the anterior raised area, the connecting passage, and the composite space adjacent
to the open kitchen. The colossal entrance contrasts the low-ceiling arrangement of the anterior raised
zone. The ambiance is intimate and relaxed. The rear end of the space houses the open kitchen, and the
patrons can watch the cooking process while relaxing in comfortable booths – a unique concept.
Spice Market has an elaborate banquet that plays host to all varieties of public orsocial occasions and can
accommodate approximately 50-60 persons. The artwork on the walls, coupled with the floral-patterned
wooden furniture, complementsthe dominant grey on themarble floor and the exposed ceiling. A diverse
collection of artwork, which includes photographs and illustrations, represents unique narratives, creating
an engaging atmosphere as a sense of belonging pervades the entire space and adds an extra charm to
the place.
According to co-owner Mr. Wakas Ather, “Spice Market is offering something unique – the very best of all
the cuisines that you see on the menu. So, we are not a multi-cuisine restaurant that only focuses on one
particular cuisine and tags along with the other ones for the sake of justifying the moniker. It took us a
grueling few months to hand-pick the finest chefs and assemble the respective teams for different
cuisines. The joy ofseeing a family or a group of friends ordering and enjoying food that they like, knowing
that they will get the best of each cuisine they prefer, was the driving force behind our Herculean efforts.
We capture the true essence of a multi-cuisine restaurant.””We are located in the streets of Sarat Bose Road. This place is a perfect blend of classic and modish architecture, where the best of traditional dishes are catered to the urban crowd. It’s a multi-cuisine restaurant, which caters to both families and younger crowds. The menu here is vast and has a lot of variety.” added co-owner Mr. Gaurav Belani.

This place offers an amalgamation of various kinds of cuisines under one roof. The flavors and texture of each and every dish will make you fall in love with the assiduous selection and synthesis of spices. So keep your worries aside and do check out this newest eatery. Spice up your taste buds and have a memorable dining experience!
Spice Market
Address: 1st Floor, 174, Sarat Bose Rd, Lake Terrace, Kolkata– 700029 | Hotel Metropole
Timing: 12 noon – 11 pm
Cost For Two: 1400 (With Alcohol)

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