Christmas is a time to eat, drink and be merry so Spice Merchant Group is making table reservations of six or more extra special with a free bottle of JM Gremillet Brut champagne worth £34.95.*
Simply book a table between the 1st and 26th December at any of the award-winning Spice Merchant restaurants and a free bottle of chilled JM Gremillet Brut champagne will be yours.
As the flagship of the Spice Merchant group, Beaconsfield is a prestigious and glamorous restaurant that's home to Bashir Islam, the highly successful founder of the award-winning Spice Merchant group.
At Beaconsfield, you'll find a fine selection of the much-loved traditional pot cooked dishes, such as bhuna and jalfrezi. You'll also discover a taste bud thrilling choice of modern and creative dishes, which will place your expectations of Indian cuisine in a new league.
Located in a traditional rustic-framed building on edge of the glorious River Thames and at the finish line of the Royal Regatta, the award-winning Henley restaurant boasts a glamorous and picturesque setting that sets the scene for enjoying Indian cuisine at its finest.
Henley is not like other Indian restaurants in Oxon, or indeed, any other Indian restaurant you may have been to. While you will find all of the much-loved traditional dishes, Henley will really open your mind with its vast choice of modern and creative regional speciality dishes, all of which are the masterpieces of our Oberoi-trained chefs.
As the first Spice Merchant restaurant, Cookham was the beginning of the success of this award-winning group. Ever since Bashir Islam opened it in 1982, it's had a superb reputation for fine Indian cuisine.
Spice Merchant Cookham is located in an ancient 15th century coach house, which offers an historic setting that has been tastefully modernised to ensure a fantastic dining experience. With its wonderful low ceilings and three separate rooms, which are the original design of the building, Cookham has a unique intimate and cosy atmosphere.
Conveniently located in the town centre, Massala is a vibrant restaurant with a busy cosmopolitan atmosphere.
Our Oberoi-trained chefs in Massala specialise in the much-loved traditional Indian dishes and cooking methods, such as pot cooked bhunas and jalfrezis. They also offer a tantalising range of specialities for those in search of something different, such as breast of duck cooked with garlic, light ground spice and garam massala, and monkfish cooked in coconut milk and traditional Goan spices.
* One bottle of champagne per table. Everyone must order a main meal for the table to qualify. Strictly six or more.