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Spice Market

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W Hotel, 10 Wardour Street, London W1D 6QF

Call 020 7758 1000
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Filed under: Restaurant
Location: West End
Nearest tube: Leicester Square

Housed in the W Hotel, The Spice Market's menu takes its inspiration from the street life of South East Asia. Diners expect bold flavours with signature dishes including Spiced chicken samosa with coriander yogurt and Thai basil and ovaltine kulfi. Reflecting the authentic feel of it's counterpart, Spice Market NY and the contemporary architecture of the new W building, the gold and copper hues complement the antiquity and add to the statement that is the birdcage-style gold spiral staircase. A 24 metre-long wall of spices and custom-designed shimmering wok lamps suspend from the ceiling adding to the visual delight make up the interior. Set over two floors, the upstairs dining overlooks the open kitchen and downstairs dining area plus sushi and cocktail bar promise exceptional Ginger Margaritas and Pineapple Mojitos.

 
Opening 14th February 2011

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