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Exotic and Au Courant Dining at Spice

Exotic and Au Courant Dining at Spice

If you hit the streets of Manhattan near the corner of 236 8th avenue and 22nd street, you can pick up on exotic aromas.  The delicious scent and au courant scene comprised of Asian style, antiques, and marble makes the restaurant reminiscent of a sexy movie sequence.  Beautiful people and sociable city folk nudge their way into the bar area, small, and larger tables.  

On the menu…crispy green spring rolls with carrot, basil, cabbage, vermicelli, and lime-mustard seed sauce.  Papaya salad with string beans, peanuts, cherry tomatoes, chili-lime dressing, Romaine lettuce, and miso dressing.  Red curry with bamboo shoots, basil, and bell peppers, as well as many more tasty sounding items.  

There are numerous dining options in New York City.  Each of the boroughs, from Manhattan to Brooklyn, Queens to The Bronx, and Staten Island has a multitude of restaurants for good eats.   Here is where my expert knowledge of cooking, restaurants, and trusted expertise comes in handy.  Many readers rely on Jesse Bluma at Pointe Viven as a source for how-to and where-to regarding cookery, culture, and community.  Dine at Spice to have an excellent taste of Thai cuisine.  

“Known for top quality affordable dining, fast service and cool design spice is the Thai choice for dinners all over the island with several locations spread out in Manhattan and now Park Slope.  The Chelsea location features a full bar with exotic cocktails to perfectly match our renowned spiced dishes such as our Papaya Salad or Crispy Boneless Duck.  The spacious dining room is perfectly lit with antique chairs, large Thailand’s architecture pictures and Carrara marble table tops.  If you haven’t been to spice be careful, you may get addicted!”

My Recommendations

1.  The restaurant is located at 236 8th Avenue New York, New York.  There are other locations throughout the city as well.  Spice is a walkable distance from The High Line, Penn Station, parks, stores, and more.  The restaurant is also accessible by taxi, car service, and subway.

2.  Peak times occur on weekends and special events.  Make reservations to ensure a table.  Expect a wait on during peak times.  

3.  Consider the following menu items.

Lemongrass Tom Yum:  Spicy and sour soup with mushroom and onion. (Spicy).

Grilled Teriyaki Chicken Breast with steamed broccoli and mushrooms.  Served with brown rice.

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