Long live the (Spice) King and here’s why

Spice King
Spice King
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Spice King, Ronaldsway, Ribbleton

Saturday night is always a great night for a takeaway and what better place to try than a finalist in the English Curry Awards – Spice King.

Spice King

Spice King

Between two of us we ordered a starter of popadoms, one large onion bhaji, one duck spring roll and two tandoori chicken balls each.

The bhaji was excellent, as was the tandoori balls, and it set us up perfectly for our mains.

Between two we shared a butter chicken curry and a chicken tikki honey both with pilau rice.

Both very creamy and to be honest we could have shared one between us because the portions were generous.

Spice King

Spice King

Nevertheless we did our best to finish them.

The chicken was very well cooked and had a great texture.

The sauce was very sweet which, although not for everyone was just what we were after.

Overall it was very easy to see why Spice King were finalists in the Curry Awards because based on the two we had, they definitely deserve to be there.

Overall the whole meal cost us £18.15.

Ratings out of five? The food was a five and value for money was a four.

Mark White