Spice Avenue Balti Restaurant, Birkdale 4159

Spice Avenue Balti Restaurant

The Spice Avenue Balti Restaurant in Birkdale is Closed, but they are working on a new venture, the Spice Avenue Balti Food Truck, which will operate during evening hours on the weekends.

They appear to be looking for locations now.

Spice Avenue Balti Food Truck, Birkdale


Original Information below, but now out of date.


We at the Spice Avenue, Birkdale take pride in our quality and high standards of traditional Balti cooking. We specialise in a variety of Balti dishes cooked in the traditional way using only the finest and freshest of ingredients to ensure your complete satisfaction. Although many Balti names resemble curries which are served in the Australian-Indian restaurants, there is no similarity to the taste or cooking methods which are used in The Spice Avenue. This formula of cooking and presentation has been practiced in our UK branch since 1980.

Contact Spice Avenue Balti Restaurant

Aquatic Paradise Shopping Centre
190 Birkdale Road
Birkdale
QLD 4159

Tel: 07 3822 9822
Mob:
Email:
Web: www.spiceavenue.com.au

More about Spice Avenue Balti Restaurant

An Introduction into the World of Balti

There is a fair amount of mysticism around the origin of Balti. The word Balti means ‘Bucket’ which bears no resemblance to the cooking dish the ‘Korai’ similar to the wok from which the Balti developed.

It is believed that the style of Balti cooking started in the northern region of Pakistan in the state of Kashmir, from where it then spread throughout the Indian subcontinent and the rest of the world (Birmingham UK) and now in Birkdale Australia. The regions close proximity to China the home of the Wok may no doubt have influenced the development of the Balti.

We at the Spice Avenue, Birkdale take pride in our quality and high standards of traditional Balti cooking. We specialise in a variety of Balti dishes cooked in the traditional way using only the finest and freshest of ingredients to ensure your complete satisfaction. Although many Balti names resemble curries which are served in the Australian-Indian restaurants, there is no similarity to the taste or cooking methods which are used in The Spice Avenue. This formula of cooking and presentation has been practiced in our UK branch since 1980.

In comparison to the days when the curry experience was a late night wrestle with a chicken vindaloo, cooled by a liberal amount of chilled lager, the Balti experience is one of subtlety yet spicy where you can taste the flavor of the food rather than the heat of the chilies.

The Spice Avenue is the perfect place for all functions and parties.​

Its warm and casual décor and authenticity of the food add to the intrigue and charm of any event.

We can organise and plan your event, work with you while taking your needs into consideration and keep you fully appraised to deliver a personalised service.

The Spice Avenue takes away the stress of organisation and allows you to be a special guest at your own event.
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Function tables can be customised for upto 50 people.

The Spice Avenue also offers off-site catering for events of any size and nature.
We can customise a package which suits your budget while satisfying your party.
Call Naz to discuss off-site catering options: 0421 741 947​

Catering equipment and utensils are also available for your next party at home.

Open hours

Monday & Tuesday – Closed
Wednesday 5.00pm – 8.30pm
Thursday 5.00pm – 8.30pm
Friday 5.00pm – 9.00pm
Saturday 4.30pm- 9.00pm
Sunday 4.30pm – 8.30pm

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ABCDiamond Information
3 years ago

The official closing date/last day of trade of The Spice Avenue will be:
SUNDAY 25TH MARCH 2018

Brisbane’s only British Curry house is now approaching its final days.

Only the restaurant set up has been sold, the restaurant will not continue trading as The Spice Avenue and will also not be trading as an Indian restaurant.