We wanted somewhere close to eat after a day at Ascot races and found this gem of a place a few doors down on the High Street. We booked in and I am glad we did as we would not have got in without on...More
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It's very simple - if you like good curry then do not go here. TERRIBLE FOOD. Feels as if this place is stuck in the 80s - my big mistake to eat there last night - decor very dated - service OK but the food...More
We visited on a Saturday of the Ascot races (obviously we pre-booked). Our party changed late to include 2 more and given how busy the restaurant was, we were accommodated with no issues. The service was very good. Fast and friendly despite being packed and...More
I went here as I was in Ascot for work. The curry was decent. I had a balti, a colleague had paneer cheese peas which came out with melted cheddar and peas, it was all mushy! We asked to change it and the right thing...More
We were a table of four two weeks ago and all of us really enjoyed the food on that day. Service was speedy and friendly, traditional decor inside and some areas could be up dated but over all I would recommend dining there! Good menu...More
Usual Indian food, fairly standard menu. Quality is good but there are better Indian restaurants in the locality. Expensive for what it is but it is Ascot!
I love Indian food and went to Ascot Spices to dine before visiting my hairdresser in Ascot. I went there around 1.30 pm and was the only customer there during that period. Apart from the beautiful ambience, the food was delicious and well-presented. However, compared...More
We've been eating here for 12 years and the food is amazing and easily matches many of the premium Indian restaurants in London in terms of quality. Never had a bad meal or take away here and my kids are v fussy and refuse to...More
Went out on Bank Holiday Monday for a quiet meal, the food selection was ample and service was very good. Food was lovely with great variety of spices. Portion size perfect for us and would truely recommend it.