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  • Just a misunderstanding I think, but it did seem at first as if they were trying to get us into the bar to order drinks before we sat down
  • For the main course I had Chicken Tikka which, I have to say, was one of the best I've tasted
  • The chef pushes a trolley around the restaurant with a small stove on and he cooks most of the food there by your table, which was a really nice touch and made for a better experience
  • Everyone enjoyed the food and the restaurant does also cater for anyone who doesn't like Indian food
  • We had two children in our party and although the restaurant doesn't have a children's section on the menu, it was no problem for the kids to find something on the menu they would like

    • by sampriestley
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      My whole family recently attended a 40th birthday party at an Indian restaurant in Sheffield, England, called 7 Spices. The building doesn’t look much from the outside and you’d easily miss it if you didn’t know exactly where it was. The entrance is at the top of a small flight of stairs which takes you down into the restaurant. When we arrived we were told to go to the bar at the back because our table wasn’t ready. The restaurant was empty at this point and we were about five minutes late for our booking, so it seemed a bit strange. However when we got to the bar a member of staff pointed to our table, telling us it was in fact

      ready and he would come over for our drinks order. Just a misunderstanding I think, but it did seem at first as if they were trying to get us into the bar to order drinks before we sat down.

      The restaurant is very nicely done out with marble pillars throughout and bare brick walls decorated with various Eastern artwork. We ordered poppadoms with our drinks which came with some really tasty dips. For the main course I had Chicken Tikka which, I have to say, was one of the best I’ve tasted. The chef pushes a trolley around the restaurant with a small stove on and he cooks most of the food there by your table, which was a really nice touch and ...


      • made for a better experience. Everyone enjoyed the food and the restaurant does also cater for anyone who doesn’t like Indian food. We had two children in our party and although the restaurant doesn’t have a children’s section on the menu, it was no problem for the kids to find something on the menu they would like. One of the children had scampi and chips while the other had omelette and chips. The portions are all very generous and no one had any complaints. The staff are also very friendly and helpful. A couple of people in our party weren’t too sure what some of the dishes were, but the staff were very willing to explain anything that was asked and even
        spent time suggesting how many plates of rice we should order between us all and that we might want to share different types of nann bread on our table. Sometimes I find it a bit annoying when waiting staff try to suggest what you should eat, but in this case it was done in such a way that it felt like they were simply wanting to help, and we were all quite happy.

        The prices are very reasonable. For our party of 13 guests the bill came to £109 including the bar bill, so we really didn’t think that was bad at all considering the quality of the food.

        7 Spices is an excellent Indian restaurant and one which we will definitely be going back to.




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