An Indian restaurant of some renown in the heart of Melbourne Docklands, there can be few places better to get your fix of fire and brimstone of a lunchtime in the Victorian capital than The Spice Dine on Bourke Street. Just a short hop out of the CBD and yards from Etihad Stadium, they are a perfect place for that post- or pre-game feed or for a classy night out. Try their tandoori offerings to begin with – kebabs come in seekh or rashmi forms, and the tikka selection is extensive – before moving onto one of their top-notch curries. The name is Spice Dine, so those who like to, well, dine on spice will be drawn to the beef vindaloo and the chicken Chettinadu, the two most fearsome finds on the menu. Take a trip to the Melbourne Docklands, but gird yourself before you enter The Spice Dine: there’s enough fire here to make you want to take a dip in the Yarra once you’re done.
Nice food but the service is to slow when you need to get to the football. The waiters need to be quicker asking for the orders.
The food was great and had the real south indian taste. The staffs were friendly and welcoming. The service was good as well. Will go back again.