Spice Crush is a casual dining South Indian restaurant offering a nice and cozy ambiance and an economical menu which serves a variety of South Indian and Chinese dishes along with various Seafood delicacies. The menu is in line with the tastes and preferences of the diners and caters to people of all age-groups. Spice Crush also provides Screening facility which keeps all the diners entertained. Spice Crush is located in Anna Nagar, Chennai.
Spice Crush! This place is located in the mains of anna nagar, and proving to be a great place for some amazing chinese and tandoori cuisine. The ambience was calm and the service was a bit slow.
Overall good food & good place
- Silas Wesley
Drop-in here for a feast of great spice crush. The flavor and the texture for the typical local cuisine is good. The place offers great dishes to cherish!
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- Wilson Ezekiel Panneerselvam
Hidden behind Anna Nagar metro station, this place offers a treat for non-veg lovers. Their silver elai and biryani platter are best had with your friends and family because you get to taste every dish from their non-veg menu.
- Sarvesh Devanandan
Tried this restaurant for home delivery !
Pretty economical restaurant
Food tasted really good .
Even quantity was also sufficient.
This restaurant gives 15% for online orders
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This is a wonderful south Indian place to enjoy good shots of spicy delicious food. There are couple of tables to seat about a dozen people in the ground floor and another 10-12 tables upstairs. We were greeted well by the people there and settled in. When you enter the place, there is a well-designed wall painting depicting Tamilnadu and its various popular food offerings. Upstairs is relatively darker and main stream in the ambiance provided.
- Shyam Sankar
Spice Crush is located at Anna Nagar right next to the bus stop and metro station on the main road. (So finding this place is not that difficult)
The restaurant has about five to six seating in the ground floor and a lot more in the first floor (I didn’t get a chance to have a look). On one corner you would find ancient tools used for cooking during the olden times. You will also find a wall with rangoli or kolam. It was thoughtful of them to have elements which the South Indian people can relate to and this what the food here is all about.
- Nithya Lakshmi
A great place to hangout with friends and family... chicken platter was superb.. the price of biriyani is very low and the taste is too good.... very affordable...A must try restaurant for everyone. Manager Mr Lakshmi Narayanan greeted us very well and very concerned about our satisfaction and food preparation.
- Keerthika Sivasubramaniam
We were a group of 5 people and a kid. We had a lot of trouble identifying the place even Google Maps goofed up. Tried calling the restaurant but they didn't pick up as well. Circled around twice before we finally located the place. The lesson learnt was that call ahead and ask for directions if you are new to the locality.
- Jonathan Gabriel Alwin
Great place to have lunch. The combo menu price is very cheap. The ambiance is great. The service is very good . A must go place for affordable lunch menu.