All foods can be broken down into a few basic flavors: spicy, salty, sweet, and chef’s choice. Try the first one with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $12 for a lunch buffet for two, valid Tuesday-Thursday (a $20 value)
- $15 for $30 towards dinner
Dishes include goat masala, vegetarian saag paneer with spinach and cottage cheese, and butter chicken. See the full menu.
As he stands before the blazing ovens at Spice Kitchen, Executive Chef Choudhary has a single thought in mind: "How can I make this dish the best it's ever been?" Choudhary's pursuit of perfection has taken him from India to New York to Pennsylvania, and infuses the food on Spice Kitchen's menu. Choudhary's meals are built upon a foundation of Northern Indian culinary traditions. This means lots of fragrant, flavorful spices, from the delicate chicken korma to a platter of kebabs roasted in a tandoor oven. Just because the restaurant is renowned for its traditional dishes doesn't mean Choudhary is averse to experimentation; his take on chicken tikka masala replaces the standard tomato sauce for an unconventional cream sauce summered with onions and spices. All of these dishes pair well with Spice Kitchen's fresh naan, kulcha, and other breads, which a reviewer from the Montgomery News says diners "would be foolish not to order." These feasts and more unfold within the restaurant's spacious dining room, which glows with the incandescent warmth of the candles that light each table.
“The garlic naan is like cheesy garlic bread :)”
“great authentic indian food. good food and great value”
“Nice restaurant...good food...good to go”