Spice Garden Indian and Middle Eastern Restaurant Macau

Monday, January 6, 2014


(Update Feb 2016: This restaurant is no longer in operation) There was a time when finding good Indian food near The Venetian in Taipa island of Macau was not so easy. There were a couple of not so good Indian set meal options in the food court of The Venetian apart from Aruna Cafe that was not so easy to locate because of the language barrier. After I located Aruna Cafe, I wrote a page on that and explained the easy way to locate the cafe. Later, "Indian Spice" opened a nice outlet in The Venetian food court and started serving good Indian meals and snacks. Then, to make things even better from the Indian food point of view, a really nice Indian and Middle Eastern restaurant called "Spice Garden" came up in the ground floor shopping area of "Galaxy Macau", a huge casino & hotel next to The Venetian. Spice Garden is a large, very well furnished, and very affordable restaurant that serves both vegetarian and non-vegetarian food. I found that prices of food in Spice Garden were a little lower than other Indian restaurants in Macau. Read more below...

Spice Garden Indian and Middle Eastern Restaurant Macau

Spice Garden has the full range of Indian food and a small menu of Middle Eastern Food that has favourites like Hummus (Chickpeas puree with sesame seed paste, lemon juice, and olive oil served with Lebanese bread, 35 HKD), Baba Ghanouj (Fresh baked eggplant, green bell pepper, onion, tomato, and olive oil served with Lebanese bread, 45 HKD), Capsa (Arabic flavoured rice in veg, seafood, and meat variants, 70-90 HKD), and Shish Tawook (Boneless and skinless chicken cubes with olive oil, lemon juice, and herbs, served with Lebanese bread, 90 HKD).

Spice Garden Indian and Middle Eastern Restaurant Galaxy Macau
      
Indian menu has everything - snacks, drinks, rice, tandoori food & breads, curries, and desserts. Notable among the range are Dahi Bhalla Papdi Chaat (40 HKD), Fish Amritsari (75 HKD), Onion Bhajia (45 HKD), Lamb Soup (40 HKD),  Aloo Nazakat (Stuffed tandoori potatoes, 65 HKD), Lemon Fish (80 HKD), Egg Bhurji (45 HKD), Aloo Gobhi Adraki (55 HKD), and Shahi Subz Biryani (65 HKD). Tandoori roti and paratha cost 20 and 25 HKD each. The other highlight of the menu are their set meals (lunch only) that include chicken, mutton, paneer and chana masala variants at 120 HKD each. All set meals come with Aloo Gobhi, Rice/Naan, Green Salad, and Dessert of the day. One can even try Gajar Halwa (Indian carrot pudding) in Spice Garden at 45 HKD or a Masala Chai at 30 HKD. Really tasty stuff. 10% service charge gets added to the check. Monday to Friday, the restaurant opens from 12.00 - 15.00 and 18.00 - 00.00 Hrs. Weekends, its open from 12.00 to 00.00 Hrs.


Mushroom Pakora at Spice Garden Indian Restaurant Macau








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