No.417, corner of 63 rd & 22nd Road Mandalay Aung Myae Tha Zan Township
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Spice Garden In Hotel Red Canal Mandalay
Spice Garden In Hotel Red Canal Mandalay

The Spice Garden, a chic elegant restaurant serving Mandalay , Northern and Southern Indian cuisines with primary focus on poultry, seafood and vegetarian dishes. Menu includes special creations of authentic traditional foods. The Director, Mrs. Nina W. Kumar subscribes to a policy of only preparing food for the same day itself to ensure guests are served the freshest quality foods.

First outlet of The Hotel by the Red Canal’s Spice Garden Restaurant was opened on January 2007 in Mandalay and growing. Spice Garden built its worldwide reputation through imitations of unique styles for its dinner, one of which is the style of the Royal Palace of Mandalay. It is now well known as the Spice Garden Bar and Restaurant. As a family of passionate restaurateurs, the Spice Garden Bar & Restaurant strive to create great slow foods experiences for our guests through excellent food and service.


Spice Garden offers a nightlife experience unlike any other is the perfect place for a get together. Or get your high class party, gathering party, birthday party, anniversaries party and special candle light dinner with your partners. Cooking class and catering services produce an experience like no other.

The employees at the restaurant are very amiable, they would tell you in details about authentic traditional foods. Murgh Tandoori, for instance, commonly known as Tandoori Chicken which is tender, juicy and mildly spiced to allow the natural flavor of the meat to come through, cooked in the traditional tandoor to allow a smoky charcoal flavor to seep into the meat.


Many other menu items including Naan (leavened flatbread) ” table favourites of past Moghul emperors” are available now.For starters, you can have snacks made with homemade cheese called “paneer pakoras”. Next, you can have “Kheer” (rice pudding) for dessert with its matching nuts.

A spice is a seed, fruit, root, bark, or other plant substance primarily used for flavoring, coloring or preserving food. Spices are distinguished from herbs, which are the leaves, flowers, or stems from plants used for flavoring or as a garnish. Spices are sometimes used in medicine, religious rituals, cosmetics or perfume production, or as a vegetable and it is good for health.


The decor of Spice Garden is in the colonial French House style can enjoy with garden views. You can have Old World Wines and New World Wines, such as red wine, white wine, sparkling wine, Rose’ and Champagne etc. All the menu items are in dollars, but you can, if you wish, pay in kyats (local currency) at the prevailing exchange rates. Wine prices range from USD 15 at bottle to USD 60, and the dishes range from USD 2 to USD 30.

Spice Garden serves aromatic freshly brewed coffee that goes well with your travels. Fresh healthy juices are also served. A variety of beers and soft drinks, along with beverages mentioned above, are available at competitive reasonable prices. Both indoor and alfresco settings are available. So, opening hour starts from 11:00am to 11:00pm every day. The restaurant, located in one of the quietest sections of Mandalay, No.(417) ,Corner of 22nd and 63rd Street, Aung Myae Tha Zan Township.


She welcome everybody, as the name Spice Garden herself may sound like a place for healthy drinks and strongly focuses on her healthy kitchen as well. Believes that having good healthy food plays a big roles in the success of a F&B outlet. The uniqueness of restaurant is going to be very hard to be described in words, as you will need to come and experience them for yourself.

And what so especial about Spice Garden is that we ensure happiness among staffs. Strongly believes that customers’ satisfaction and happiness is correlated to her staff’s happiness. Therefore, if their staffs are happy, they can definitely keep their customers happy.

Hotel by the Red Canal, Mandalay, Burma (Myanmar) Hotel by the Red Canal, Mandalay, Burma (Myanmar)


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