The next week after visiting Quattro, we visited Spiceklub – the sister concern and also located just besides Quattro. They serve Indian vegetarian dishes with some innovations. The interiors are kept quite simple and elegant. The dining area is also pretty spacious with comfortable seating.
We were served with some of the refreshing drinks and my vote goes to ‘Mango on the rocks’ It was prepared using liquid nitrogen and freeze right in front of us. The texture was thick and smooth too.
Peru mousse- A guava based drink with a spicy flavor. It was quite different.
The next drink was Gola which came with 4 different flavored mini golas. It would give you some nostalgic memories for sure.
Moving on, then came different starters, firstly the pav bhaji fondue which came with tiny breads and gravy to dip it. Loved the flavor of it.
Naanza – It was the Indian version of pizza with naan which had toppings like cheese, paneer,tomato paste and Indian spices.
Dahi wada – A modern version of dahiwada with dahi made in small globules, boondi, mint sauce and to be taken in single shot. Loved the presentation and taste.
For the main course we had the veg Dum biryani which I liked the most. Then came Tandoori Bhindi shashlik with gluten free naan and Ulte tawa paratha.
We got to try one interesting Dessert during our tasting session which is old school lollies with chocolate and mango mousse.
Atlast ended our dinner with Paan mousse- Instantly frozen with dry ice.
Verdict : A very good option for vegetarians who are looking for a restaurant with Molecular gastronomy at an affordable price.