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The status of Indian food as a favourite among the British public is unrivalled – few things go down as well on a Friday night like a curry and a few drinks – and in Keynsham, there is one restaurant that stands above all others. Keynsham Spice is a curry house beloved of locals in this Bristol suburb, and when you enter their restaurant on Bath Road, it is easy to see why. Their location is enviable and the decor impressive – they’re set inside a former hotel – and their menu is packed with both well-known classics that run the gamut from korma to madras and vindaloo and more idiosyncratic, house specialities, such as pan-fried baby lobster and mach torkari – freshwater fish – marinated in a special sauce and smothered in a thick gravy. Take a trip to Bath Road in Keynsham for an Indian meal to remember.
Ate here on a Tuesday evening, it was quiet but we enjoyed a relaxed service and some excellent food! All the dishes were extremely tasty and a range of unusual dishes that we had never seen on an indian menu before, can't wait to go back and try some more! Highly recommended, mushroom rice the best we've ever had and really tasty bombay aloo!
Really great food, really great service. Food was fresh and non-greasy. Friendly service with a smile. The restaurant is smart and clean. Would recommend a visit.
An excellent bhuna and an excellent korma had, fresh dishes, great chutneys. Would definitely go again as there is so much to try. The host was incredibly helpful if you needed help understanding the flavours of the dishes.