- 78% from 42 reviews
- +48 71 794 80 44
- Spice India
- ul. Wita Stwosza 15a
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Spice India is the first traditional Indian Restaurant in Wroclaw, and though it opened quite recently, it seems to have already made heads turn (and mouths water). Each of the dishes are prepared by cooks from northern India, using traditional recipes and fresh ingredients, and seasoned to taste, whether that means keeping spices on the mild side, or using enough to set your palate ablaze. Spice India offers a wide range of vegetarian and meat dishes, including lamb, mutton, chicken, fish and shrimp. But the cuisine is just one part of India's draw, and Spice India brings the entire atmosphere of the country to Wroclaw, whether through the Bollywood classics it shows on its screens or the Saturday Indian dancing shows. All in all, the interior and atmosphere in the restaurant allows guests to experience a real taste of India. In addition, the restaurant will happily accommodate both business groups as well as larger gatherings of friends and family.
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Raj from United Kingdom Reply
liked the food when I tried, but please be reminded that it is now closed due to lack of business
Rony from India Reply
Horrible Stale food....unfresh - Food is like 2 days old heated up .... Do not go here - unless u want to have a Stomach upset...
Anita from Belgium Reply
Real Indian food. If you will be Wroclaw try it. I recommend this place!!!
Miko from Poland Reply
Please no!. It was horribile. They call it indian food, I call it food from jag...
lougie costella from Italy Reply
great food :D best indian dish i have ever tasted... chicken tikka masala was great nd so was the live entertainment! keep it up!
Prashant from India Reply
great fod! bst authentic indian cuisine i have had in a long time! the chicken tikka masala was great and so was the butter naan ..
Bob from Ireland Reply
I went to this place last night based on the positive reviews I had read on Wroclaw Life. When I arrived the restaurant was very dark & extremely quiet. I had to walk around to find a waitress. I asked for a Kingfisher beer and was told they have no Indian beers (in spite of proudly declaring it elsewhere). The menu was very limited. Based on this less than thrilling first impression I ordered a starter (Tandoori chicken). The chicken was dangerously under-cooked. Thankfully I had only eaten one bit before noticing. I went to look for my waitress (again!) to complain. She didn't seem too concerned. She certainly had no appreciation of the dangers of under-cooked chicken and I left the building without so much as an apology. This was the worst food experience I have had in almost 8 years of coming to Poland on a regular basis. I am only giving this place 1/10 because I cannot give it a lower mark. DO. NOT. VISIT.
Karan from India Reply
Came here on Sunday night and tried two different curries this time. For starters we shared lamb seekh kebab and panir tikka which were very tasty, highly spiced and perfect entree to the two curries. We tried the chicken tikka masala and the lamb handi. Consistently good food, and very good staff
Chandler from Australia Reply
Best Indian I've ever tasted. I always go at lunch for their 20zl deals. Service is friendly and attentive. You can see traditional decor. Meals are beautifully presented. Curies could use a little more meat. Best naans in my life, large fresh and flavorsome. Butter chicken is to die for, very authentic not too sweet but lovely tomato flavor. Definatly recommended!
James Patterson from United Kingdom Reply
Reserved for a party of 6 , all on time, reasonably fast service. Pleasant surroundings, humorous waiter, great Indian beer, excellent food, superb Naan bread. All in all a great evening. Highly recommended.
harry cooper from United Kingdom Reply
excellent food and service! will come back again for sure!
Klaudia Lehman from Germany Reply
very gut food, the waiter was not that good, but the food made up for it :D
Bogardan Hellkite from Samoa Reply
My experience was not so positive at this restaurant, the waiter looked like he was ready to fight with me. I had to wait very long for my order to come and I am sure I had better Indian food at other places. Some improvement required here.
D. Singh from India Reply
We got a very bad waiter who was rude to us, did not take the order properly, got the wrong dish and started arguing in Polish about it though we do not speak Polish. Food was barely edible. Nothing special. For sure I will not go there again.
champaka bandranayike ramanathan from Sri Lanka Reply
i am sri lankan but enjoyed indian food at spice india very much. good taste, spicy little, but not bad at all. liked free movies i watch while eating food, good idea spice india!
tikka singh aluwhalia from India Reply
my visit to poland was verry good. i went to wroclaw and was hungry so went to restaurant called spice india. it reminded me of indian food very much and i likes the chefs and the interior decoration. must say, best paneer tikka ever!
Dr. Srinavasa Ramanujan from United Kingdom Reply
This is by far a really good and well-established restaurant in Wroclaw. It has plenty of authentic Indian dishes and cooked to excellence! Very good.
Frederick from Poland Reply
As a foreigner with a restaurant here for several years, having never eaten in this restaurant I feel compelled to address the lack of local popularity of a foreign owned restaurant in this city. Vapiano, a widely popular Italian chain, lasted one year in Wroclaw. I was in Berlin a few weeks ago and saw the place completely packed. There are two Vapiano restaurants in Warsawm three in Berlin. Bottom line, the average salaries in Wroclaw are too low compared to the ever rising cost of living caused by an influx of big multinational industry. Most workers for such businesses are not paid salaries anywhere comparative to western countries or capital cities. The other main demographic here, students, are mainly aiming at fast food or big portions at low cost, or they hang in the clubs for nights of beer drinking. Expensive imported spices and ingredients or chefs with such experience are not desired. The first Indian restaurant in Wroclaw, Indus, also lasted one year even with imported Indian chefs. If a restaurant's value is determined by is popularity, McDonalds should be given 3 star Michelin ratings.
Clive Ellis from United Kingdom Reply
I wouldn't want to judge any restaurant too harshly on the strength of a single visit, but is this really a 10/10 establishment? Prompted by the previous, gushing reviews, I visited on a Wednesday night and was underwhelmed. Another negative, suggesting that locals have yet to flock to this subterranean eaterie in numbers, was that I was the only diner in the place. Judge for yourselves.
Alex from Australia Reply
Delicious mouth-watering Indian food; excellent service, great decor, and BEST food. KEEP IT UP SPICE INDIA! Traditional food - nothing beats it.
William from United States Reply
One of the best Indian restaurants in the whole of Europe. Best Butter Chicken I have had in ages and very good decor. Well done Spice India. I will be back!
Sanju & Pravi. from India Reply
In many ways, the work of a critic is easy. We risk very little, yet enjoy a position over those who offer up their work and their selves to our judgment. We thrive on negative criticism, which is fun to write and to read. But the bitter truth we critics must face, is that in the grand scheme of things, the average piece of junk is probably more meaningful than our criticism designating it so. But there are times when a critic truly risks something, and that is in the discovery and defense of the new. The world is often unkind to new talents, new creations. The new needs friends. Last night, I experienced something new; an extraordinary meal from a singularly unexpected source. To say that both the meal and its maker have challenged my preconceptions about fine cooking, is a gross understatement. They have rocked me to my core. Spice India, is no doubt, the finest restaurant in Poland. I will be returning to Spice India soon, hungry for more.
andy from United States Reply
good place, very good food , very good service.every things was great ,like it
Vivien from Germany Reply
Amazing place to go with children. I went their on Sunday with my two kids. The waiter suggested me a special room for children with lot of toys to play with. We enjoyed mixed veg sizzler(big portion with reasonable price) and garlic naan. Good to try Indian beer.Nice atmosphere and friendly staff. Will definitely recommend this place.
Shannon from United States Reply
Just went there last week, and it was some of the very best Indian food I have ever eaten, and I'm a big fan of Indian cuisine!! The waiter was really helpful in recommending a great dish to try (wanted something a bit different than I normally get), and the overall service was friendly and fast. Decor was lovely, too, as was the Saturday night belly dancing. I would 110% recommend this place!
Mike i pawel from Poland Reply
Wonderful restaurant , delicious and very good lunch offer in only 17.50 zl. Fantastic Shisha. Service was good and heared from waiters that they offer free indian dessert on weekends. WOW !!!!!
dinesh from India Reply
i was first time to this city , i belong to india ,but i was so happy to c SPICE INDIA, i was not knowing how people can give such delious food abrode which i had in india ,but not better than SPICE INDIA supper .may be they have very good cooks and best spices from india . ONE MORE TIME I SAY THIS IS THE BEST RESTORENT I EVER HAD .
george from United Kingdom Reply
super lamb and mutton dishes.If you try these dishes with garlic naan and basmati rice , you will not regret to spend money. It is really worth. When we will be in Wroclaw we will be sure your guest again. Thank you Spice India.
Paul from United Kingdom Reply
I'm impressed by the décor,it's a really nice place to be in. Best Indian restaurant I found in Poland.
Ewa and Marik from Poland Reply
We had a really good dinner here. Excellent food, and the fact that it is truly Indian made, made us enjoy twice as much. Keep up this, and good luck as a pioneer of Indian Kitchen in Wroclaw and Poland. Dzienkujemy.
Sara and Erik from Saudi Arabia Reply
The place is really very nice designed. The food is delicious and can't be better. Loved the lamb meat... please continue serving it. The music is sooo nice and really indian inspired.The service is great, especialy when Alexandra (Ola)served us, She is happy nice and knows how to take care of customers. We will absolutely come back... :) Thanks for a great evening Sara and Erik
Tally from United Kingdom Reply
Open, light interior with fresh, tasty food. Great Indian restaurant for Poland.
from Swaziland Reply
celebrated diwali with my friends in spice India on 16th Oct. Unforgetable night with games and Bollywood DJ , enjoyed the food and diwali sweets. The deco was really traditional with lots of candles and fresh flowers. I hope they organise parties oftenly.If you are with children that is the best place to go.
karolina from Poland Reply
Iam excited to go today for SPICE INDIA'S first live india classical mucic band performance in the evening at 7.00. I hope I will have good time with my friengs.
Antony Smith from United States Reply
I wish you very best of luck in your future. I like the decor, food, truly Indian.
seema kothari from India Reply
Spice India there are many reasons for us to come back. Good food real indian taste. Tandoori snacks with chilli chutney and korma in main course are soooo delicious.
Rita Patel from United Kingdom Reply
I have tried this restaurant and i can tell you all that as a india my self and travelling all around the europe this spice india's food give me very bad food poison. they are lucky not in uk. otherwise helth people would be lock the place up. chicken spinish like a green curry very bad quality spices they are using and all fake food dont even have chatney tray or proper papadum, not even jalfrazi. this is not real indian food. they need to come and try some indian restaurant in manchister or birminghum, even culcutta, delhi, bombay. before they called them self a indian restaurant.
Amilka from Canada Reply
I don't agree with the last comment , I personally went last saturday to spice india with my friends. I am happy that an Indian restaurent is open in Wroslaw who is serving really good and tasty food. The food they are serving is typical indian taste the tandoor dish , chicken seekh kebab and mutton korma was extremily delicious. We really enjoyed food with live bollywood dance. GOOD JOB SPICE INDIA WE WILL COME BACK WITH ADVANCE BOOKING.
Simon Jones from United Kingdom Reply
Spice India, I have recently visited this restaurant but taste is not as normal indian restaurant in london. spice india dont do Jalfrazi or masala like uk style.but good for Harerama HareKrisna style food. I find this a spiceless restaurant for wroclaw.but good for buddas.
Annakaisa from Finland Reply
EXCELLENT FOOD AND GOOD SERVICE. BEST INDIAN FOOD SO FAR IN POLAND! TRY LAMB KORMA AND YOU WON'T BE DISAPPOINTED. ALSO GARLIC NAAN WAS EXCELLENT. WE WILL BE BACK FOR MORE! THANKS SPICE INDIA
M.Patel from India Reply
The food was excellent and the service was very friendly. I really enjoyed all the dishes I ate, particularly the Dal Tarka and the naan bread. I will definitely be coming back in the future.
Bethany from United States Reply
Thank you Spice India, for an amazing dining experience! The chicken was exceptional. The highest quality of any Indian food that we have ever had! We are in Wroclaw to celebrate 13 year marriage. Thanks for making it special! We will be back for sure!