Posts Tagged “Cafe Spice Namaste”

Cafe Spice Namaste in Docklands

Cafe Spice Namaste in Docklands

Cyrus and Pervin Todiwala now open for business Exactly one year ago this month, Cyrus and Pervin Todiwala began the painful process of emptying the old Victorian magistrate’s court in East London that had served as the home of Café Spice Namaste´, their acclaimed Indian restaurant, for a quarter of a century. Besides taking with…

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Cafe Spice Namaste Big News

Cafe Spice Namaste Big News

Café Spice Namaste Team to leave Prescot Street premises at the end of January 2021 Loyal Café Spice Namaste patrons launch Friends of Café Spice Namaste Appeal Timed to coincide with the actual date of Café Spice Namaste’s 25th anniversary on 14th November, three of the iconic Indian restaurant’s staunchest patrons have launched a heartfelt…

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Cafe Spice Namaste Helping Out

Cafe Spice Namaste Helping Out

Café Spice Namaste adopts Eat Out to Help Out concept throughout the week  Cyrus and Pervin Todiwala have announced that their flagship Indian restaurant, Café Spice Namaste, will be extending the concept of HM Government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme throughout its entire operating week, up to the end of August. Café Spice Namaste…

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Café Spice Namaste: Dinner – restaurant review

Café Spice Namaste: Dinner – restaurant review

Café Spice Namaste is an icon of Indian food. It’s a beacon of culinary hope around the corner from The Tower of London. It’s a haunt of discerning businessmen, stars of film and the small screen, and indeed anyone who enjoys vibrant food and friendly service. Chef Cyrus Todiwala and his partner in life and…

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Café Spice Namasté: Khaadras Club Night – review

Café Spice Namasté: Khaadras Club Night – review

In the seventh century, Arab armies conquered Persia (now Iran). Some Zoroastrians were converted to Islam whilst others fled to India. They settled in the western part of the country where the community already had trading contacts, and they established settlements to the north of Mumbai. Their descendants founded the community which later took the…

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Café Spice Namasté: Cookbook by Cyrus Todiwala – review

Café Spice Namasté: Cookbook by Cyrus Todiwala – review

There is an Indian restaurant just a stone’s throw from Tower Bridge. A red brick building, imposing steps to self-important doors, stained glass, high ceilings and striking decor. That’s Café Spice Namasté – an emporium of fine Indian food with a menu that reflects the chef’s Parsee roots. Chef Cyrus Todiwala has talent, a celebrated…

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