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Get spicy this Autumn at Spice of Life

By Friday, 03 October 2014 10:58 0

THE weather may be cooling down, but you can keep things hot and spicy with a curry from Spice of Life in the heart of Benidorm.

Offering original Indian cooked food with traditional herbs and spices, cooked to perfection and to your own personal taste, Spice of Life is your best choice for an Indian restaurant in Benidorm.

The restaurant originally opened in Denia in 1995 before opening in Benidorm in 1999 and is one of the longest established Indian restaurants on the Costa Blanca.

With fresh, authentic food cooked to your liking, the cuisine is as you would expect from a quality Indian restaurant, and the actual restaurant itself is a delight to dine in. Situated in the stunning Edificio Zeus in Calle Doctor Orts Llorca 11, there is an elegant and stylish interior, with a slight hint of a nautical theme with round port windows and wooden finishes, meaning that as well as enjoying top quality food, you can indulge in a bit of luxury.

There is a private dining area and a large spacious terrace for a spot of al fresco dining as you take in the sights of Benidorm town, perfect now the summer heat is here.

A full takeaway service is also available so for the best Indian in town, visit Spice of Life now and why not try one of their special deluxe menus available for either two people for €29.95 or four people for €59.95.

Spice of Life Call Doctor Orts Llorca 11 Benidorm.

Tel: 965 866 881 or 632 330 938 Or find them on Trip Advisor

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