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$15 for $30 Worth of Indian and Thai Food for Two or More
The restaurant serves up a variety of Indian and Thai specialties including steamed tulip dumplings packed with ground shrimp and crabmeat ($7.95), spicy drunken noodles stir-fried with onions, basil, and chicken ($15.95), slow-cooked vegetable biryani ($12.95), and saffron-infused chicken tikka ($17.95). See the full menu.
Spice Indian Thai Bistro
The successful union of Indian and Thai flavors inside a chic, BYOB space has helped Spice Indian Thai Bistro earn praise from local press, including The Philadelphia Inquirer’s Craig LaBan who calls the eatery “one of the suburbs' best all-around Indian kitchens.” Round tables and cozy booths stretch across an expanse of rustic tile flooring, overlooked by saffron and burnt-orange walls and plentiful wood accents. Though the lighting is dim and romantic, it cannot mask the vibrant colors of chicken korma, lamb biryani, and hot-and-spicy Thai curries laced with coconut milk and enough bamboo shoots to please.
Both Thai and Indian cuisine meals are outstanding. I would recommend this restaurant to any friend from the "meat and potato" fans to vegansMaura Natalie, Urbanspoon, 5/17/11
Pappadums with the chutneys and raitha were good and the chicken biryani, saag aloo and lamb curry were tasty with the right amount of spiced flavoruktravailer, TripAdvisor, 2/18/12
93% of 286 customers
“Great service, great food, will be back again”
“Great food, great service!”
“The manager of Spice goes above and beyond to make sure the dining experience is great.”