Lahore is the most populous city in Pakistan after Karachi, and a global ‘megacity’. Not surprisingly, its food culture is strong, diverse, and redolent with the spices of the Indian subcontinent and South Asia in general. In Bournemouth’s town centre, up along the Old Christchurch Road, Spice of Lahore is representing the culinary genre with suitable aplomb, offering a menu packed with tandoori dishes, traditional curries and Lahori balti, plus chef’s specialties that come highly recommended to first-time diners looking to test the (hot) waters at this local curry house. The Lahore Special is particularly good, marinated chicken cooked in the tandoor oven and cooked again with masala and bhuna spice blends. Centrally located and with a good reputation, book ahead to avoid disappointment.
Friendly service, decent food, can bring own alcohol to keep cost down. Accommodating regarding tweaks to menu. Busy early on in the evening which was encouraging.
What a lovely experience, friendly helpful staff, amazing food piping hot and very speedy service, a small restaurant, so busy because it is so good.
Very warm and welcoming people food was out of this world Bit of a hic up on my part for not noticing there was no alcohol But they let you bring in your own Very good value for your money Will definitely go there again