The new player in town, Spice Kraft has garnered quite a loyal customer base in a very short span. After seeing a number of check-ins in Facebook, I knew I had to try it out.
We ordered a Kokumrita: a play on the classic margarita, the Three Steps to Heaven: their version of the long island ice tea and another, whose name I cannot remember, for drinks. The cocktails had quite a big punch of alcohol, and were well mixed.
Their appetizers looked very appetizing in themselves, and hence we ordered quite a few of them. The Pork Ribs were juicy, succulent and well-glazed, while the Beer-Battered fish was the perfect combination of a crunchy outside and soft inside with a sweet dip.
The chicken bites with green chutney in droppers over them, tasted as good as they looked. The Molecular Papdi Chaat was a little disappointing as there was no Papdi in it, though the other elements really gave a burst of flavours in the mouth.
For desserts we had the Jack Daniels mousse, which was not to sweet, smooth and a sheer pleasure for the taste buds.
I am definitely going back to this place. I don’t know of too many places in the city where they serve such food at such moderate prices. Their menus look interesting, and the owner/chef was the perfect host, asking about the food at each table and wishing every patron a good night.
I would have rated them a 5, but all the things on the menu were not available. Also, the decor could have been better. The lights were too yellow, and hence the bright colors of the food somewhat got subdued.
They serve their food beautifully, and incorporate a lot of modern techniques in their cooking. But thankfully, do not charge a bomb for it. So a big thank you to this place!