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Confidential Favourites

Spice City is a curry classic. At Liverpool Confidential we love all things spicy and Spice City really gets our taste buds in a frenzy with its authentic mix of Indian and Bangladeshi dishes as well as some inspired creations.

It’s a big menu that’s full of flavour but if the long list leaves you feeling a bit lost, help is at hand. We’ve rounded up our favourite dishes for you to try.

Salmon Keera

The chefs at Spice City care about their ingredients and the wild Scottish salmon used in this signature starter is pure quality. The fish is grilled in the tandoor with a perfect crisp skin then served with a medium curry sauce that cuts through the natural fattiness of the salmon perfectly.

Tandoori Mixed Kebab

Sometimes you just want to have it all. The tandoori mixed kebab is exactly that – a generous helping of chicken tikka, lamb tikka and sheek kebab – our favourite bit, but in fairness, we love them all. The desi and mint sauces are perfect for dipping

Eastern Fried Chicken

You get American-style fried chicken, you get Korean fried chicken, so why not Indian fried chicken? Fortunately, you can at Spice City. Their Eastern fried chicken is something else: delicate spicing, fresh herbs and peppers, onion and chillies to make it feel healthy.

Lamb Chops Fyazi

These lamb chops are marinated for at least 24 hours and they are so tender you can well believe it. The sauce is a closely-guarded secret – if they gave away their recipe, somebody would bottle it and make a tasty profit. Meaty and marvellous.

Chicken Tikka Jaypuri

The Jaypuri sauce is a great partner for chicken tikka. It’s sweet and tangy but not very spicy. Ideal if you prefer something milder. The mushrooms, peppers and onions add extra interest – perfect with some fluffy pilau rice.

Special Mix Pathia

We love the sweet and sour hit of the pathia sauce. It’s fiery but sometimes you need something to blow the cobwebs away. Despite its heat, Pathia goes with everything, so we like to go for everything. The sweet prawns, juicy chicken, meaty lamb and savoury, earthy mushrooms all complement different components of the sauce, working well together. There’s a greedy-guts excuse if you need it.

Persian Chicken Biriyani

Everyone loves a biriyani and this Persian chicken one is a seriously addictive step away from the more familiar flavours of India cuisine. It’s lighter, nutter and creamier – somewhere between a Middle Eastern rice dish and an Indian biriyani.

Honey Badami

If you don’t like spice at all, you’ll still like this. It’s sweet and mild. Tender chicken is marinated for hours and then cooked in very gentle spices before being garnished with pistachios, cashew nuts, almonds and a drizzle of honey. It’s rich and luxurious but without the heat.

Lal Pepper

This is our favourite vegetarian starter. A sweet red pepper is stuffed with a mix of expertly spiced vegetable and then topped with a crust of bubbling melted cheese.

Paneer Saag

For vegetarians, we also recommend the paneer saag. Spinach and cheese is such a good combo. It’s a bit spicy but feels more herbal and aromatic than fiery hot. Love all that fresh coriander – it smells amazing. If there’s a dish you fancy that isn’t vegetarian, just ask the friendly staff. Most things can be switched around to accommodate a meat-free diet.

So that’s our top ten to taste at Spice City.
What will your favourite be?