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563 Verified Diner Reviews

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Total Dimmi Score

8.3
563 reviews
Recommended
(8.4)
Food
(8.3)
Service
(8.4)
Value for money
(7.3)
Atmosphere
(8.5)

dined on Tue, 13 Feb 2018

(8)
highlight of the meals were the crispy eggplant (first time ordered)and our usual favourite being the prawn dumplings in chilli and aged vinegar. They were so good I could have dined on multiple servings of these two dishes alone.
Di

dined on Fri, 2 Feb 2018

(9)
Delicious and delightful dining experience.
Mary Gacomi

dined on Sat, 27 Jan 2018

(9)
Highly reccomended.
Stephen

dined on Fri, 26 Jan 2018

(10)
Great food and service. The banquet offers a variety of flavours and is more than enough, you'll leave satisfied.

dined on Fri, 26 Jan 2018

(9)
Enjoyable leisurely lunch - will return.

dined on Wed, 3 Jan 2018

(9)
Enjoyed the food, service and ambiance and it was worthy of the special occasion. Some might view the food 'overly hot' but menu is marked accordingly. Sometimes by over spicing the food we miss the taste of the food but it was all extremely well cooked and presented
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Specials

Chinese New Year Menu

To celebrate the Year of the Dog, Spice Temple Sydney will be presenting a special Chinese New Year banquet menu available from 16th February to 4th March. Neil Perry and Head Chef Andy Evans have created this special menu incorporating ingredients that promote Prosperity, Happiness, Wealth, Longevity and Rejuvenation during the New Year festivities. Enjoy 9 exquisite dishes for $99 per person with the option to add on matching wines for an additional $55 per person.
When
16 Feb 2018 - 03 Mar 2018
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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About Spice Temple

Turn Up The Heat If there’s one thing Neil Perry knows how to do, it’s how to win the hearts, minds, and bellies of his patrons. Just like Perry's other successful food forays, Spice Temple, in Melbourne’s Crown Casino has locals head over heels in love. Created with business partners Trish Richards and David Doyle, Spice Temple is dark and dazzling, with rich toffee-hued lighting, comfortable seats and dark wood tables. Like the fit out, the food is just as dramatic and allows diners to explore Perry’s interpretation of Chinese cuisine. Heat, spice, sourness and saltiness - they’re all present - with Perry opting for authentic and robust over safe and polite, every time. Tea-smoked duck breast is rare and succulent, fish fragrant eggplant is crispy, spicy and sour - a must try. For dessert, it's difficult to go past the chocolate and peanut parfait - a favourite of many. Oh Mr Perry, it’s always a pleasure to have you in town. Few would disagree. It’s time to spice things up. Best dish: tea-smoked duck breast

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