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Few things mark out the great British night out like a trip to the local curry house, and in the North of England, they have some of the best examples of the genre around. For those living in Warrington, there is one restaurant that stands above all others: the Spice Lounge on Warrington Road in Culcheth. The restaurant serves regional specialities from the north and the south of India, especially Goa, so you can be sure of a superb Indian meal. Spice Lounge opens at 5pm each day, so book a table now and head on over.
Consistently good food and service! Lovely signature dishes and house specials. Always a friendly welcome and attentive staff. The restaurant itself has nice decor and atmosphere.
The food was excellent, service excellent, really enjoyable night. would highly recommend the spice lounge. nothing was too much trouble for the waiters, nice gaps between courses given.
This restaurant is excellent. We have been saying for years that the chef is brilliant and is matched by the service. We took an American friend on this occasion and she was even more impressed than she had been on her last visit ,when she told us she rated the Spice Lounge the best meal she had had on her British tour.
When you consider the essential elements of a great night at the local curry house, there are a number of factors that come into play. A great location helps, and at Spice Lounge, they have that: on the corner of Warrington Road and Shaw Street in Culcheth, the restaurant is easily reached from all over Warrington. Customer service plays a role, and you can be assured of a warm welcome when you arrive – and a killer menu is a must, again something that the Spice Lounge has in spades.
Drawing a line between the well-known favourites of the curry cognoscenti of Warrington and the regional specialities that few others can offer is always a delicate business, and at Spice Lounge, the chefs pull it off with aplomb. The dishes they serve down on Warrington Road take in the classics of Indian restaurant cooking – samosas and pakoras to start, tandoori dishes and the beloved vindaloo, korma, jalferezi and rogan josh options – with a few regional specialities as well, particularly South Indian delicacies like king prawn akhbari and salmon anarkali. For those looking for the best in Indian cuisine, few can match Spice Lounge in Culcheth: so reserve a table now and wander down.