Spice Route-Imperial India Hotel-New Delhi

#1 Dec 5th, 2003, 08:43
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Hope some of you get a chance to go the Imperial India Hotel. It is amazing and grand.
The Spice Route-a Thai restaurant is so beautiful and a great place to spend an evening. Great food and beautiful ambience.
Let me know if you think it's as great a I do.
I'll be going back in Feb to stay there for a work thing. Can't wait till I get there.
#2 Dec 5th, 2003, 16:07
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Can you give us more info on the Hotel and restaurant, eg. can we use the restaurant if we are not staying at the hotel?

Was the food all Thai?

Thanks.
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The Imperial India is an grand old hotel on beautiful grounds. When I was there they were updating and adding a workout facility near the pool.
It has several restaurants-my favorite being the Spice Route. The ceiling and walls are all covered in carved wood and opens to a courtyard with a meditating pond.
Food is traditional Thai and very good. I had heard that it was rated as one of the top 5 restaurants in Asia.
I didn't stay at the Imperial India so I assume it is open for anyone to enjoy.
I posted a few pics of the hotel.
#4 Dec 6th, 2003, 23:49
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Yes, it's a nice restaurant. One can try his/ her lunch at "CHORBAZAR" of Broadway Hotel near Ramlila maidan.Nice food with interesting decoration.
#5 Dec 8th, 2003, 13:58
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hi all !!!

Greetings from India !!!

yes steven you can use the restaurant, even if you are not staying in hotel, ... and yes ! again IMPERIAL is one of the finest hotels in asia.

if you are looking for THAI food BANTHAI restaurant (OBEROIS) is also a good choice ...

cheers
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I've read that the Spice Route is splendid (due also to the architectural qualities of the room) but very expensive. It would be much cheaper if one wanted to visit the Imperial to have tea out on the lawn or try the much cheaper restaurant in the daytime (think it's called Garden something). They also have a bar.
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Does anyone know how to contact the Spice Route? I have looked at the Imperial Hotel website and cannot find any contact info . . . anyone?

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