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About Spice Symphony – 50th St.
"The New York Times" - The Marriage of Indian and Chinese Cuisines Hungry City: Spice Symphony in Midtown East
Our cuisine is classical Indian food from all regions of India carefully prepared by star chef. Our "grandmotherly cooking,” with whole spices for a more rustic texture will blow you away.We are rated as one of the top Indian Cuisine in New York. We bring to you coastal curries from Goa, Konkan, Karwar, Allepy, Madurai, Kolkata to name a few and also a few dishes of Chinese with Indian Spices ( Indo Chinese).
Our Wine List is something that we are proud to present.
We are home,family and friends.
New York, NY 10022
Indian, Chinese, Vegetarian / Vegan
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Every Day 11:00am - 4:00pm.
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:30pm, Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:30pm
3rd avenue and Lexington Avenue
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Full Bar, Wine, Beer and Cocktails
Please call Prem Chouhan @917-981-1799
E, F,#6 Train to 50 or 53rd st station
Walter D Rozario
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Spice Symphony – 50th St. Ratings and Reviews
Employees were hospitable and accommodating. Good choice of wines (and other specialty drinks). The food was absolutely delicious. Try the butternut squash soup. It was my appetizer; I shared it with my dining companions, and they ordered their own! We packed a couple of orders to bring home as well - that good! The Chicken Vindaloo was superb - appropriately tender and deliciously spicy! I look forward to returning.
While attached to a hotel, this is no hotel resturant -- the service was excellent, with helpful comments about the dishes (and the spice level) -- the food quite good (tempura spinach -- who would have thought it?). Definitely on our cycle -- we will be back.
My daughter and I saw positive reviews and thought the Indian - Chinese menu looked interesting. We booked through Open Table and we arrived 1/2 hr early and they still seated us quickly. Not many people there at 6pm but was full when we left. Loved the tikki masala, garlic naan and general pso's chicken! The service was great and friendly. I would definitely recommend!
Savory and scrumptious! A symphony of flavors! From beginning to end, the service, food and experience were worth the trip from Connecticut! They even surprised us at the end of our fabulous meal with a custard cake to celebrate our son's birthday! I have recommended Spice Symphony to my friends and am confident that from casual chic to sophisticated diner, all will love their experience as we did here!
My friends and I had an AMAZINGG experience here! The staff was really nice, considerate, and welcoming. While we were waiting for our food, we were welcomed with a complimentary appetizer from the chef. On top of that, the food we ordered was amazing and as we were leaving, everyone took the effort to personally say goodbye. One of my favorite restaurants in NYC!
First impression was not good as the beginner hostess told us to be seated to wait, even though we arrived on time for reservation. But 5 mins later we heard the boss explaining to her that reservations didn't wait, only walk ins. So he then seated us promptly - good since we were about to go somewhere else. All was great thereafter, and the food delicious as always. And lots of it.
We are faily sophisticated eaters so bear this in mind. Service was excellent and it was a pleasant place to be. The food was good. Had aloo gobi and fish. Both solid. A little on the pricy side but that is manhattan. Did not have the multiple layers of taste present in the very best indian food. But still good.
This experience was delightful. The white tablecloth atmosphere was pleasant but unpretentious and the food was delicious, well spiced and authentic. The dishes were not too hot for the ‘American pallet’ but you indeed could discern their complexity. The service was pleasant ma sun-rushed. We will definitely return. Thank you
Good solid Indian food, polite service. Very tasty chutney, fresh katchumber salad, chicken tikka just the right degree of spice. Complimentary amuse bouche was cold and unidentifiable piece of fried something. Better to not serve anything at all, or try for something a little better.
Love the food, our server Aldi was fantastic. he knew the spices and flavors, explained very well. My daughter wanted Butter Chicken which was not on the menu, he said don't worry we will get you Butter Chicken and they Made Butter Chicken for her that made her very happy. thanks Aldi
The Spice Symphony is a wonderful place for a special occasion ( such as our 50th wedding anniversary) or a nice evening out for Indian food. It is close to the Untied Nations with a mixed crowd and clearly a number of Indian descent. The ice cream desert was the most interesting we have had. The service was relaxed yet very good. We would highly recommend it.
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