Located at the fourth floor in KLCC, Spice of India is one of the best I had for a Indian Cuisine so far, Located in the middle of the city, the restaurant brings you with a delectable Indian Cuisine which you will ever remember them. Bringing you with the variety of Northern and Southern Indian Cuisine, their ingrideints are all the way imported from India.

The ambience is indeed a luxurious one, walk through the restaurant and be greeted with the beautiful interior with the fine timber furnishing and the touch of Indian accents with it.




Lobster Masala (RM 180)
We had some of their signature and one of them is their Lobster Masala where the fresh lobster is being cooked in spicy curry with fresh coriander and curry leaves. When it is served to our table, we can smell the fragrance from the curry leaves and once a bite, oh!! it is divinely delicious and double thumbs up.

Murg Rogan Josh (RM 40.00)
The portion of the aromatic red chicken curry is cooked with the fragrant spices. The delicious portion of the red curry is sinfully good, not really spicy but I love the spices that they used.The meat remains tender and moist but the gravy is just addictive.

Saag Paneer (RM 36)
The fresh spinach is indeed well cooked till perfection with the cottage cheese and cream. It’s texture is smooth compared to many places I had tried and the fragrant of the spinach remains.
Vegetable Briyani (RM 35)
The delicious biryani served with the Basmati rice is cooked together with the assorted vegetables and spices. Every mouthful of the rice comes fluffy and yet is so fragrant. I am very tempted where being not a big fans of Briyani had fallen in love with it.
Garlic Naan (RM 14.00)
The white Indian bread flavoured with garlic and baked in the clay oven. The Naan comes fragrant with the light hint of garlic. Dipped them with the Lobster Masala and you will definite to fall in love.

Overall, Spice of India is indeed bringing me a good satisfying meal.It is indeed a restaurant to look forward to visit when you are considering having a Indian Cuisine.

Spice Of India, KLCC
Level 4, Suria KLCC, Kuala Lumpur City Centre,
50088, Kuala Lumpur. Tel: 03-2164 9221
Opening Hours : 11:30am – 10:30pm

Spice Of India, Pavilion
Lot 6.41 & 6.42, Pavilion, 168, Jalan Bukit Bintang,
55100 Kuala Lumpur. Tel: 03-2143 3669
Opening Hours : 11:00am – 11:00pm



  1. says

    Nice place, interesting food. Was there over the weekend but didn’t eat much cause majority of their dishes is spicy, even when the chef tells me it’s not spicy. It’s still spicy to me. :(

  2. says

    wowww, Murg Rogan Josh and lobstar Lobster Masala – I never see it b4…Spice of India in KLCC sure expensive? When their promotion come, pls let us know ya! I also love Naan too. :)

  3. says

    does the food and pics looks too amazing or what, like from a magazine. I would love to be adventurous to try out all kinds of food like these.

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