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Spice Restaurant and Wine Bar
29-31 Sackville Street
M1 3LZ

Tel.: 0161 237 5555

 Tuesday 9th October 2001

Lunchtime. Three of us take a trip into Manchester centre to try out "Spice". We'd seen it before on one of our jaunts, and had been determined to give it a try.

Downstairs is what we took to be a  lobby with sofas and a small bar. This was empty when we arrived, so we went directly upstairs. This was plainly furnished, with a table in front of the bar set with 2 meat dishes, 4 vegetable dishes, plus rice, poppadoms, raita, chutney and onions.

We were offered a table, and asked to help ourselves - after we'd ordered drinks (they had draught Boddies!)

All the dishes were prepared, well presented. Dave was particularly pleased that there was more than enough to satisfy a vegetarian.

The dishes which had been depleted were promptly replenished.

All three of us agreed that the food was delicious, and the price made the experience very good value for money. There was certainly nothing to complain about. We would highly recommend this establishment for lunch - business or shopping trips.


3 * buffet lunches, 2.5 * Stella, 1* Boddingtons 20.20  



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Total Score: 73%
Quality: Good
Service: Good
Facilities: Average
Ambience: Average
Value: Exceptional


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