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Spice Route Asian Bistro and Bar Reviews - Toronto

5/5
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3 reviews
Ranked #16 out of 27 in Asian (Toronto, Ontario)

    Address: 499 King St. W
    Toronto, Ontario M5V 1K4
    Phone: 416.849.1808

    Average Price:  $25.00

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    5/5
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    Recommended? You Betcha!
    January 21, 2016

    All I can say is...THURSDAY NIGHT WINE NIGHT!! LOL - Thursday nights they have $15 bottles of wine and $1 sushi...and their sushi is THE BEST! I go out once a month with my girlfriends for ladies night, and this is where we ALWAYS end up!!

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    4.5/5
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    March 05, 2009

    Spice Route is one of the trendiest restaurants in Toronto right now. I couldn't get the reservation time I wanted (on a Monday night!) because a movie with Julianne Moore was being filmed there until 7pm. I booked anyways, and I'm glad I did. Even on a Monday night, the restaurant was packed with reccessionistas, Trendy King West-ers and Bay Street bankers out for an after work drink. The ambiance was dim lighting, rich dark wood and Asian inspired decorating. I went with 3 of my girlfriends and everyone was really satisfied with the experience.

    Upon arrival at the restaurant we were welcomed by the subdued and cozy torches lighting the outside entrance way followed by a perky greeting from the hostess. We were promptly shown to our table and offered drinks. I ordered a cosmo martini-my go-to drink, which was served in a stemless martini glass with a strawberry floating in it (the best way to eat fruit!) We were then asked if we had been there before and because we hadn't the waitress explained the way the way the menu works. The portion sizes are large and meant to be shared, and food groups come separately (meat, veggie and noodles/rice) If you order one of each food group, it can feed your whole table. I ended up ordering two appetizers to myself instead: naan bread with three different dips and vegetable pakora with Yogurt dip. Both were delicious. The girls went with the sharing option and got lemon chicken and noodles. We were all left very satisfied with money still in our wallets. For the lush decor and quality of food and service, the price point was very low, only $75 for the four of us.

    We left deciding that we would definitely book our next parties, events or birthdays in their pink lounge area. (pictured) All together, Spice Route was a gorgeous Toronto locale with great food-just don't forget to make a reservation!

    ps. If you go, be sure to check out the washrooms ;)

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    4.5/5
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    Recommended? You Betcha!
    March 05, 2009

    Spice Route is one of the trendiest restaurants in Toronto right now. I couldn't get the reservation time I wanted (on a Monday night!) because a movie with Julianne Moore was being filmed there until 7pm. I booked anyways, and I'm glad I did. Even on a Monday night, the restaurant was packed with reccessionistas, Trendy King West-ers and Bay Street bankers out for an after work drink. The ambiance was dim lighting, rich dark wood and Asian inspired decorating. I went with 3 of my girlfriends and everyone was really satisfied with the experience.

    Upon arrival at the restaurant we were welcomed by the subdued and cozy torches lighting the outside entrance way followed by a perky greeting from the hostess. We were promptly shown to our table and offered drinks. I ordered a cosmo martini-my go-to drink, which was served in a stemless martini glass with a strawberry floating in it (the best way to eat fruit!) We were then asked if we had been there before and because we hadn't the waitress explained the way the way the menu works. The portion sizes are large and meant to be shared, and food groups come separately (meat, veggie and noodles/rice) If you order one of each food group, it can feed your whole table. I ended up ordering two appetizers to myself instead: naan bread with three different dips and vegetable pakora with Yogurt dip. Both were delicious. The girls went with the sharing option and got lemon chicken and noodles. We were all left very satisfied with money still in our wallets. For the lush decor and quality of food and service, the price point was very low, only $75 for the four of us.

    We left deciding that we would definitely book our next parties, events or birthdays in their pink lounge area. (pictured) All together, Spice Route was a gorgeous Toronto locale with great food-just don't forget to make a reservation!

    ps. If you go, be sure to check out the washrooms ;)

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