Spice N Ice Restaurant, CROYDON

3-5 S Park Hill Rd, South Croydon
020 8604 2600

Recent Reviews

Deepali Gupta

This is the real Indo Chinese cooking with the generous amount of ginger and garlic and thick cornflour gravies in everything. Great place for vegetarians.The vegetable tempura was excellent, light, flavourful and not oily.I wouldn't recommend the cheese and peanuts, that tastes more like cubes of amul cheese inserted in masala peanuts. The north Indian food like daal and paneer is alright, although we found it too hot, ended up eating it more like pickle than the main dish.Stick with the Chinese food items on the menu, they are really satisfying.The ambience is a little dingy, designed more like a party hall and we are not big on the colourful neon lighting. Maybe small spotlights on tables could fix that.


10/10 ice spice approved shout out to my asians w the good food as always a

Nilesh Gupta

I've had the pleasure of dining at Spice N Ice Restaurant in CROYDON, and it truly stands out as the best Indian-Chinese fusion eatery in the area. From their mouthwatering curries to the impeccable ambiance, every visit feels special. Though we moved out of Croydon 10 years ago, the allure of their delicious food keeps drawing us back. Every trip back to the area is always accompanied by the excitement of another meal at this gem. Highly recommended!


Excellent indo Chinese food as good as anywhere in London. The soya tikka, kung pao potatoes and okra are exquisite

Param Malkan

Food was disappointing. Chinese food had peas in it which is so frustrating as an Indian who has grown up in Mumbai. Manchurian was uncooked from the inside probably due to its large size.


Rude staff / owner. Told a child off directly which I don't think is appropriate. The child touched the flower vase on the table.Unfortunately I wouldn't recommend it.


Rude staff / owner. Told a child off directly which I don't think is appropriate. The child touched the flower vase on the table.Unfortunately I wouldn't recommend it.

nadia kamal

Great food with a wide selection of Chinese and Indian dishes. Wonderful flavours and all halal. One of our favourite restaurants. Fave dishes are shredded beef, calamari and the crispy duck. Good service - friendly but also efficient. Atmosphere is nice and family-oriented.Vegetarian options: Good selection of vegetarian options.Kid-friendliness: Family made to feel welcome and so there are always a number of families there.Dietary restrictions: Halal, vegetarian

Sachin Shetty

Good restaurant near Croydon to visit for Indo Chinese food .

asim ghosh

Have been going here for the past 12 years.. Love d food

Ninad Deshmukh

Worst customer service ever received in any London restaurant. Please avoid

lekshmi bose

Abit on the pricey side.Food and service were ok

Tanvi Sehgal

It was all ice , there was no spice . Very very disappointed with the taste of the food, even common dishes like dal makhani, malai kofta and panner tikka was so tasteless. Do not expect this from an indian restaurant. Such a waste of money( overly priced) and time .

Alpesh P

The food is average Indian food, I am sure some reviews are great because there are no Indian sit down restaurants in Croydon! Believe me the food is average and OVER priced! The service is the biggest joke! The husband and wife operation who think it’s ok for the customers to be not happy and it’s ok for customers to wait a long time for food and have your food come randomly, no structure like professional restaurant where all family starter come together and all mains come together. The worst part is when you ask them to exclude the service charge from the bill, this is NOT acceptable and you will get asked loads of questions as if you’ve done something wrong! 1st ever negative review I’ve ever written, but just feel it was needed.

Evelyn Thomas

Visited this place over the weekend. The portion sizes are small, taste is just about ok for the prices and main vegetarian dishes are overpriced as the markup might be insane considering what it costs to make. We ordered the channa masala which was £10.95 and served under seasoned in a tiny pot. The naan was over cooked and crispy. The kung pao potatoes were quite nice. The paneer was under seasoned and we had 8 pieces of paneer. Indian food is designed to share but these portions were for individual sizes only. To make matters worse, we were overcharged on the total price as we were busy talking and didn’t think of double checking the receipt. The old, fat dude who appears to be the manager clearly knew what he was doing. I wouldn’t recommend this plxfr to anyone.

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