About Cafe Spice
Popular Indian restaurant in Airdrie centre
Café Spice has been serving Airdrie’s Indian food fans since opening on Stirling Street in 1996. Located in the centre of Airdrie town centre, the restaurant attracts a diverse crowd, including students from nearby colleges, lunching businessmen, celebrating family groups and couples enjoying a quiet evening meal.
Classic and contemporary Indian dishes
As well as an express lunch, kids’ menu and keenly priced pre-theatre, Café Spice offers an extensive a la carte. Diners might expect the tandoori options, the range of popular curries such as dhansaks, bhoonas and rogan josh choices plus the chef’s specialities like the chicken tawa and desi lamb. Naturally, there is also a great range of vegetarian dishes.
What they may find more surprising is the section of the menu dedicated to healthy Indian dishes or the new generation section devoted to Café Spice recipes such as the sharabi, made with red wine, or the caji-modo: spring fillets of chicken or lamb prepared in a hot bhoona style sauce with added Cajun spices.
For those looking for an alternative to Indian dishes, Café Spice offers a range of European favourites including a number of pizzas.
Airdrie attractions and transport
Café Spice is on Airdrie’s Stirling Street. Located opposite the town hall and John Smith Pool, it is less than a five minute walk from Airdrie train station and a five minute drive from Monklands Hospital. There is on-street parking just outside Café Spice.