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The North West of England is a superb region in which to sample the food of the Indian subcontinent, and in the Wigan suburb of Aspull, Aspull Spice is the place to go to get your curry fix. They offer up a wide selection of delicacies from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, some that are familiar to the British public, some that will surprise even the most dedicated curry connoisseur. Book a table now at their restaurant on Wigan Road in Aspull and take the whole family down for a feast.
It was our first visit to Aspull spice but it wont be our last. We had a wonderful meal ,great service and lovely atmosphere. We would recommend Aspull spice to our family and friends.
First time at Aspull Spice nice environment excellent food really good value for money , waiter even brought bag to take home what we couldn't eat!! Definitely go again
Brilliant fast friendly service , great place to spend my christmas day meal relaxed atmosphere, great food and saved me doing the dishes win win
Wigan lies directly in the centre of the area of the North West of England and is a place that, as one would expect from an area with such a high population with origins in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, is world-famous for its Indian restaurants and curry houses. Aspull – between Wigan and Bolton – has an outpost of this culinary tradition in Aspull Spice on Wigan Road, where locals and travellers alike can pick up their daily dose of spicy, flavoursome Indian food.
The specialities of Aspull Spice on Wigan Road are the reason that the curry enthusiasts of Wigan keep coming back. Family favourites such as rogan josh, bhuna and dansak are one thing, but the house specials here include rezala – chicken or lamb cooked in yogurt with herbs and spices – and naga spice, a ferociously fiery curry using the Bengal naga chilli. Indian food enthusiasts are always satisfied at Aspull Spice, so book a table now and head on over.