Spices & Spirits

Indian Restaurant

 Indian Food, Indian Restaurant, Fine Dining

Spices & Spirits

3 Kings Furlong, Basingstoke, RG21 8YT  (Show me directions)

01256 6...Landline    Landline   

  Monday to Thursday: 17:30 to 22:30 , Friday to Saturday: 12:00 to 14:00, 17:30 to 22:30 , Sunday: 12:00 to 14:00, 17:30 to 22:00

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Spices and Spirits Story

Spices and Spirits a new Indian restaurant was launched re launched in 2022 after lockdown restrictions were eased. Situated in the area called Kings Furlong, walking distance from the top of the town is the brainchild of Mrs. Anushree Patil. The idea was to create a restaurant serving the exciting taste of the many regions of India, combined with style, flair, and presentation.

India, the melting pot of cultures, languages and traditions has one of the finest and richest culinary histories. The country, divided into four regions, north, south, east and west, is a confluence of varied, diverse and distinct cooking styles.

The diversity is the essence of Indian food, which is an important and enriching part of Indian culture. The food is a key ingredient in quality family life and festivities. Indian families enjoy and celebrate their togetherness over breakfast, snacks and meals. Special recipes are cherished for generations and are handed down from mother to daughter. The timeless legacy is carried forward from generation to generation.

Indian cuisine is renowned for subtle blends of aromatic herbs and spices and exotic gravies. Regardless of region, caste, creed and language, spices are the key ingredients. They not only add depth of flavor but also facilitate healing with their almost magical properties.

In India, cooking is an art, perfected over time and kitchen is regarded as the soul of every Indian home. According to the traditional Indian cooking, the food is categorized into six basic tastes- sweet, sour, salty, spicy, bitter and astringent. A well balanced Indian meal contains all six tastes and is wholesome and nutritious.

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