Full of flavour: Abbotsford palate-pleaser celebrates four amazing years!

Rich flavours, neighbourly spirit keep this Abbotsford restaurant thriving

Chef Ankush and Arvy Grewal of Spice Kitchen are celebrating 4 years in Abbotsford with a great lunch buffet all February long!

When you visit Chef Ankush at Spice Kitchen: The Indian Palate, it doesn’t take long to see he’s passionate about food. From signature creations like his rum-infused chicken Sharabi Kebabi Tikka Masala to crowd-pleasers like Butter Chicken, Chef Ankush works to please the community.

“I show myself to my customers through my menu,” he says.

Before sending a dish to your table, you can be sure he’s considered the smallest details, from the fresh-ground spices to the quality meats and vegetables from local farms. But it’s not just his passion for food that motivates him. He’s also working to give something great to his neighbours in Abbotsford.

“If you’re working in the community, work for the community,” he says, “That’s how we maintain our reputation. People call us for special events or special requests, and we’re always there.”

Ankush’s business partner Arvy Grewal agrees. At Spice Kitchen, the top priority is the health and happiness of their customers.

“Nothing here is pre-made and we don’t use mixes,” Grewal says, “We don’t add artificial colour or flavour, our curries are MSG- and gluten-free, and we’ll customize your meal to adapt to any allergy. It’s healthy Indian food.”

New flavours and old favourites

Love Butter Chicken but can’t stomach the cream? Spice Kitchen has a dairy-free version. Spice Kitchen is happy to customize your meal to accommodate any dietary requirements or preferences. Vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free or lamb-lover, Spice Kitchen has you covered.

Have someone in your party who’s not in the mood for Indian? Try their Naan Bread Pizza or one of their Indo-Chinese dishes!

“Some people say, ‘Pizza in an Indian restaurant – are you sure that will be good?’” says Ankush, “When it comes out freshly baked and piping hot, they are very happy.”

Anniversary lunch buffet for just $10.99

To celebrate four years in business and thank the community of Abbotsford for their support, Spice Kitchen has an amazing lunch buffet for the entire month of February! Monday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. you can choose from an elaborate menu of vegetarian and meat appetizers, main dishes, naan bread, desserts and complimentary tea all for the special price of just $10.99.

Visit the restaurant at 100-2955 Gladwin Road, follow Spice Kitchen on Facebook, and visit spicekitchenabby.com for a complete menu. To enquire about reservations, deliveries and special events, call 604-755-7915 or 604-746-7915.

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