Spice Market

Spice Market

(Now Closed)
Thai Restaurant, Asian Restaurant, and Indian Restaurant$$$$
Meatpacking District, New York
  • Anna V.
    "Excellent coconut sticky rice and cocktails"(12 Tips)
    Dany S.
    "Try the Ginger Margarita & the chili egg noodles seared shrimp."(18 Tips)
    Hasan F.
    "Try the ginger fried rice and curry chicken!"(10 Tips)
    Mike C.
    "Try the Spiced Chicken Samosas - With cilantro yogurt."(13 Tips)
397 Tips and reviews
  • good for dates
  • seafood
  • ginger margaritas
  • spicy food
  • tasting menu
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  • Reemo A.
    Reemo AlmanieJuly 26, 2015
    Good atmosphere and service. I had "TempuraBass Buns, Pepper Shrimp, Dumpling-Shrimp, Chickpea & Fried Rice" i like all of these so good. Chicken Samosas was okay, Duck curry was good.
    Upvoted Sep 18
  • Léna Le Rolland
    Léna Le RollandFebruary 26, 2014
    Food is incredibly good. The staff is really nice and the place is amazing. Go for the chicken satay and ask for the avocado spring rolls (not on the menu) my new fav place ! Everything is so perfect
  • honeywhatscooking.com
    Full Review: http://www.honeywhatscooking.com/2016/07/spice-market-new-york-city-meatpacking.html. Favorites: Raspberry Lychee Martini, Ginger Margarita, Chicken Samosa, Ginger Fried Rice, & more!!
  • Janet H.
    Janet HuttonOctober 1, 2014
    Every bite was delicious! We loved the chicken samosas and the chicken curry and pork vindaloo were wonderful. I had the coconut rice on the side and it was just perfect. I
  • Ana Maria V.
    Ana Maria VillarOctober 20, 2014
    Everything was sooooo good! They have a special for lunch that you pay a fix price for one starter/main/desert... The service could be better, but it's really worth it.
  • Nuha A.
    Nuha Almanie🔒July 26, 2015
    LOVE IT !! Everything!! The food, the decorations,the service, the vibe of this place is awesome! Order any thing it will be delicious!!I had tempura bass, pepper shrimp,duck curry and dumpling shrimp
  • María Paz D.
    Best mojito I've had in a long time! I highly suggest the Kumquat mojito. It's very tasty, fresh, and citrusy. If you don't like very sweet drinks I suggest to ask for less sweetness in your cocktail.
  • Khaled A.
    Khaled AOctober 21, 2014
    This place brings you happiness on a plate with a lot of flavor. Just the right amount. The decor n music makes your dining experience 10x better. The place in one word? Flavor.
  • Alexandra S.
    Alexandra StathisDecember 6, 2014
    Easily one of my favorite restaurants in NYC honestly you really can't go wrong here with anything you get. My personal favorite is the sushi and the oval time chocolate ganache for dessert.
  • RJ H.
    RJ HammondDecember 13, 2013
    Late to the game on this one, but the service and food here is outstanding. Go with the chipoltle sushi from the raw bar and the chicken samosas! Curried red duck is delicious paired with rice!
  • Devonta
    DevontaDecember 17, 2014
    Spice Market didn't disappoint. The Vietnamese Curried Chicken was amazing. Small portions but the flavor and texture was just right. The ambiance is very trendy and engulfing.
  • Susan J C.
    Mushroom dumplings and the salmon tartar were both delicious. If you don't like cilantro, don't order the chickpea with mango. The Vietnamese spring rolls are deep fried, not the usual fresh
  • Annie L.
    Annie LuOctober 12, 2012
    Start with the salmon tartare, then get the curry duck or the lobster. Finish with the coconut sorbet (coconut cake is rather oversweet). Don't forget to order the Thai iced tea or kumquat mojito!
  • ThePurplePassport.com
    ThePurplePassport.comFebruary 12, 2012
    The dramatic interiors are to die for. And the food is much better than one would expect from a massive, trendy Meatpacking hangout. The tasting menu is a great choice to get a feel for the options. Read more
  • Betty
    BettyJanuary 11, 2014
    The services is above and beyond; everywhere I turned there's a waiter(ess) with a smile on their face. If the menu is too overwhelming, the tasting menu is a nice way to go. We were easily full!
  • Lauren M.
    Lauren MacApril 3
    As everyone says, the ambiance is on point! The brunch dishes are reasonably priced ($15 for my delicious short rib hash and poached egg), and the biscuits were flavorful!
  • Mike F.
    Everything is amazing here, especially Char Grilled Chicken, chicken and steak skewers, spicy chicken samosas, and Ginger Fried Rice. One of the best restaurants I've been to.
  • DC Dining Adventures
    DC Dining AdventuresJanuary 15, 2014
    Highly recommend the Grilled Short Rib Burger with Asian Pear and Korean Chili Sauce. Interesting fusion of Asian flavors on a burger.
  • Gregory S.
    Gregory SociasJanuary 11, 2014
    Good ambiance, music, service. Food is amazing.. But the GingerMargaritas were off the hook. Amazing Asian cuisine in the heart or NYC. Have the coconut sticky rice with the duck !
  • Nabil
    NabilJune 23, 2015
    They keep you waiting to do their "precious", but their food is a firework! Dumpking, shrimps, skewers, chops... All is good and explosive.
  • Maria S.
    Maria StylesNovember 5, 2011
    ambience is great, food is good.always fun and the decor is very unique. Great location in meatpacking district.. The thai chicken wings, the crunchy squid salad and coconut rice were all very good..
  • April Kate 🍴
    April Kate 🍴November 11, 2011
    In my eyes JG barely does anything wrong. I come here once a month & as a foodie in NYC-huge compliment. Go all the way and do the tasting menu also dont forget to come back and try the other dishes.
  • VB
    VBApril 24, 2014
    Wonderfull Thai Restaurant, ask for the Private tables, they are the Best tô have a good chat with friends, don't forget tô Try the Spicy Steak and Lobster
  • Michele C.
    Michele CenzerOctober 30, 2011
    Chef calls this "Asian street food," and it sort of is, from all of Asia at once, but it's also refined and the atmosphere is very upscale. Really great lunch today! The chili cod is great!
  • honeywhatscooking.com
    Amazing ambience. Romantic and trendy. Date spot. Loved the Black Shrimp appetizer, papad w/chutney, and cocktails.
  • Harumi U.
    Harumi UNovember 29, 2014
    Great food that comes with a slight attitude (in a good way). They are not afraid of using spices and no matter what food you pick, you will walk away happy
  • Andrew L.
    Andrew LugavereDecember 9, 2012
    The coconut chicken soup was ordinary, the pumpkin soup was the best soup i ever had!!! The chicken wings were bursting with flavor, maybe too much flavor.. Duck curry was great, i highly rec it.
  • 2Plus2NYCReview
    2Plus2NYCReviewJune 11, 2011
    Whiskey Passion Fizz! Get one , maybe even three! We only had drinks here and already want to go back for more. Can't wait to eat here! Loved everything about it the look , the vibe, and even the smel Read more
  • New York Habitat
    New York HabitatOctober 26, 2011
    This trendy Meatpacking District restaurant is popular among celebrities and locals alike. Pricey but the staff is fantastic and the food is impeccable. Definitely get the ginger fried rice.
  • The Corcoran Group
    The Corcoran GroupJuly 14, 2011
    This swanky spot is still very popular, so make sure to make reservations. Have a romantic dinner of Vietnamese Chicken Curry with Coconut Sticky Rice Steamed in Banana Leaf.
  • Carmen C.
    Carmen CorzoAugust 12, 2015
    Excellent atmosphere and delicious food...our server was terrible, but we got great service from everyone else in the restaurant so he could have just been a fluke.
  • La W.
    La WangApril 21, 2013
    They have a whole vegetarian tasting menu that's excellent and contrary to what the menu says, you can order it individually, no need to tyrannize the entire table!!!
  • Liana Z.
    Liana ZSeptember 14, 2012
    The tasting menu is definitely good value ($50). Awesome food, although the dessert selection in the tasting menu was kind of average. Also definitely try the Yuzi Lemon Drop cocktail.
  • amNewYork
    amNewYorkNovember 21, 2011
    Thanksgiving: Southeast Asian-inspired, the $34 prix-fixe menu includes dishes like roasted baby sweet potatoes with gula jawa glaze and gingered cranberry sauce alongside roasted turkey breast
  • Ahuva
    AhuvaMarch 5
    The menu is huge and mostly does not disappoint, and the decor and vibes make for a fun experience. Great cocktail list too.
  • Maxine F.
    Maxine FriedmanMarch 26, 2012
    Sit on the patio for lunch, it's (for NYC) quiet and splitting some dishes makes it the perfect amount of food. I suggest trying: salmon tartare, mussels, calamari salad.
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsApril 1, 2013
    It's a super-styled big-box Meatpacking District restaurant, but the Southeast Asian-inspired food has remained consistently tasty over the years (though you'll pay quite a bit for it).
  • What's Good Here
    What's Good HereAugust 8, 2014
    Great place to have a dinner with large groups. Make reservations well in advance to reserve one of the private rooms or a long table.
  • Anna O.
    Anna OhareJuly 9, 2014
    If you're in a party of 6 you can get a private area downstairs. Get a drink at the bar before your meal.
  • Lauren A.
    Lauren Alexa3 weeks ago
    An absolutely beautiful restaurant in the Meatpacking District! Head there for a date or a drink or two at the bar before a night out.
  • Kat S.
    Kat SuJune 27, 2011
    A well executed gimmick best suited for an early evening cocktail and people watching. Enjoy the over-the-top interior design while sipping on a ginger margarita and munching on wasabi peanuts
  • Allie C.
    Allie CarieriAugust 20, 2014
    Chicken rice balls, curry duck, chili-garlic noodles are delicious and musts. Green tea ice cream for dessert is simple and refreshing.
  • DC Dining Adventures
    DC Dining AdventuresJanuary 15, 2014
    The Spicy Thai Fried Chicken Wings with Asian Pear and Mint are delicious, but beware they are extremely spicy!
  • Jeremy B.
    Jeremy BassinderMarch 9, 2015
    Short rib was good but not as amazing as some of the other things I've had here. Waitress recommended the chat grilled chicken. Will try that next time.
  • angela p.
    angela pabloApril 13, 2012
    peekytoe crab dumplings with sugar snap peas! and if you dig spicy, try the sea bass. finish with coconut cake topped with guava ice cream & salted caramel
  • Angelina Z.
    Angelina ZeppieriMarch 23, 2015
    Ginger margaritas and the sangria are solid drink options. everything on the menu is fantastic. and excellent, romantic atmosphere.
  • Dan F.
    Dan FetznerJanuary 14
    We went for lunch with a big group. The place was dead but the service was still incredibly slow. Prix fixed menu didn't have enough for everyone to try for multiple courses. An overall disappointment
    Upvoted Aug 16
  • Stuart L.
    A timeless paean to Southeast Asian sensuality, Spice Market titillates Manhattan’s Meatpacking District with Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s piquant elevations of the region’s street cuisine
  • LogoTV
    LogoTVMarch 8, 2011
    “Spice Market makes me forget that I'm living in one of the busiest cities in the world! Every single dish is amazing and the decor is so therapeutic!” – Meredith, Setup Squad
  • Lori L.
    Lori LuoAugust 11, 2014
    The ambiance and location trump the food here, but you'll find worthy options such as the Spiced Chicken Samosas and the Ovaltine Kulfi.
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