Spice Hut : As Authentic As Indian Food Gets

by Eva Irvine Blogger, Content Writer

At Spice Hut, they’ve beautifully captured the essence of the Indian cuisine. It would be unfair to say that they have included everything that Indian food has to offer but what they have brought to NYC are the best of Indian flavors. And, how it adds to your dining experience! The dishes at Spice Hut are prepared using age-old Indian recipes and highest quality ingredients. The fact that they cater to various palates in the city while maintaining the authenticity of the real Indian flavor, makes their dishes even more exciting. There’s so much to try in the menu that one visit is just not enough!

Curries So Healthy & Yummy

Spice Hut has its own way of using meats which differentiates them from the rest of the Indian restaurants in town. They practice the Islamic way of slaughtering, which is Halal. They use only halal meats while preparing their curries.

Be it their vegetarian curries or chicken specials, the spices are used in such a manner that they make for the ultimate taste. To pair their curries, you get to choose from their authentic breads, rice & briyani. No matter what you pick, vegetable rice or chicken biryani, it makes a perfect combo with their mouth-watering curries.

The Kebabs To Die For

The most popular among various dishes offered at Spice Hut are their tandoori (clay oven) specials. They are inspired by the ancient royal Indian cooking culture, where clay ovens were used to cook a certain kind of dishes. The perfect flavor of smoke, the taste of the spices and the marinated meat together make their food absolutely irresistible. Their Shami Kebab, Mix Kebab are Tandoori Chicken are must tries on the menu.

When In The Mood For Vegetarian

What makes Spice Hut an ideal place for your meal of the day, be it your office lunch or dinner with family is the variety of their food. There is something for everyone – meat lovers, tandoor fans, and vegetarians too. So, if you’re looking forward to trying something vegetarian – try their Saag Paneer. It’s a staple dish in India, made using spinach and cottage cheese and very light spices so it’s healthy and flavorful at the same time.

Every dish that you get at Spice Hut, has a different value and quality attached to it. All you have to do it shortlist the ones you want to try on your next visit and enjoy them, either at the restaurant or in the comfort of your home. Both ways, it is a delight for your taste buds. 

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About Eva Irvine Advanced   Blogger, Content Writer

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