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In Indian food, the word ‘SPICE’ does not mean hot but, instead, the many herbs and spices, which have interesting medicinal qualities, enhance the food created by our chefs.

Welcome to Spice Room | Neighborhood Indian Bistro your neighborhood indian restaurant. In our laid-back style, we would like to introduce to you to the way Indians like to enjoy their food. Tasty morsels of food with no boundaries, encompassing all the taste buds, sweet, salty, spicy, tangy, crunchy and most of all enjoyed by the street side and homes of India, Nepal, south east asia, at any time of the day or night.

Our menu is designed to share. Order an array of dishes and let the good times begin.

Most of the items on our menu are gluten free and coconut or soymilk is our dairy substitute per request.  Wherever possible, we use locally grown, ethically sourced ingredients.  The eggs we use are free range. Some of our dishes may contain traces of nuts and seeds. No MSG is used in our cooking.
Please notify the staff if you have any allergies or dietary requirements and we will be happy to make suggestions accordingly.
*All our dishes are prepared à la carte; our naans come fresh from the tandoori oven.  When you dine in our restaurant they will come out as they are ready and in no particular order, as is typical in India*
Prices and product availability are subject to change without notice.

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Savory SOUPS

Momo Soup (Chicken or Vegetable)
(Dumplings Soup)


Five pieces of chicken or vegetable Momo (dumpling) served in spicy sesame and tomato-based warm and comforting soup. ~ Please give extra time for preparation.

Daal Soup


Traditional Indian style Daal Soup (Red Lentil) is a light and nutritious lentil soup. (Vegan Upon Request)

Mulligatawny Soup


A delicately spiced chicken and lentil soup. Mulligatawny is the ultimate “fusion” food, invented centuries before anyone would even know what that meant. It hails from the early days of the British Raj in India.

Tomato Soup


This tangy vegetarian soup from Maharashtra is made by tomatoes flavored with tamarind, cumin, mustard seeds, curry leaves, peppercorns and coconut milk.

Our Favorite Vegan Soup

Vegetable Coconut Soup


Vegetable melody delicately flavored with coconut, coriander, cumin and spices.

Indian Street CHAATS

Aloo Tikki Chaat


Aloo tikki chaat is irresistable. It is full of flavours sweet, tangy, hot and spicy made of potato cutlet or croquette made with boiled potatoes and spices. In Uttar Pradesh, India there are many kinds of chaats sold on roadside stalls.  It is a popular street food in India and is loved by many.

Bombay Bhel


The best kind of savory snacks usually sold at street-side stalls all over South Asia always an incredible medley of textures and flavors. It is made from puffed rice, vegetables like potatoes, onions and tomatoes and spiced up with different Chaat Chutneys.

Dahi Papari


Crispy wafers served with yogurt, boiled potatoes, and spicy chutney and popular traditional street food from the India.

Pani Puri(10pc)


You will find vendors with pushcarts and even bicycles selling this fiery, mint water filled in puffed Puris in India. The Puris are filled with potatoes, garbanzo beans and boondi and served with a side of tamarind chutney.


Samosa Chaat


Vegetable samosa topped with tamarind, and mint chutney, served on top of spiced chickpeas. Crispy Samosa Chaat is spicy, tangy and sweet and a popular street food in India.

Sev Puri


Made using the deep-fried unleavened bread balls. Layers of potatoes, onions and the three famous chaat chutneys into each hollow puri ball. Then liberally topped with crispy sev and garnished with chaat masala.


Appetizer Platter


Mix vegetable pakora, chicken pakora, shrimp pakora, paneer pakora, and one-piece vegetable samosa. Samosa cannot be made gluten free.

Chicken Malai Kebab(Boneless)


Marinated in sour cream, herbs, and spices then roasted in the tandoor over.

Cucumber Salad


Indian style cucumber, tomato, onion, and spices salad. This cooling cucumber dish is often served alongside a spicy Indian entree.

Lasuni Gobi (Garlic Cauliflower)


This vegan delight consists of crispy cauliflower florets cooked with fresh cut garlic, scallions and Indian herbs. (Vegan Upon Request)

Popular Vegan pick

Mushroom Manchurian


Anyone who likes Mushrooms, will love our Mushroom Manchurian, no competition there. The mushrooms are deep fried to give it a crisp while the interior is soft on bite. They are then tossed in an exotic sauce which gives it a rich and robust flavor. A truly delicious treat to behold.

Onion Bhaji


Slices of onions dipped in spiced chickpea batter and deep-fried. Crispy Onion Bhajis make the perfect snack or starter. Light, crispy, and completely moreish!


Pakora are a delicious Indian crisp fried snack made with spiced chickpea batter & any main ingredient like onion, paneer, choice of meat or veggies.
~ Vegetable Pakora $5 , Mushroom Pakora $7, Paneer (Homemade Cheese) Pakora $7, Chicken Pakora $8, Shrimp Pakora $10, or Salmon Pakora $13 ~

Vegan pick

Spice Edamame(Soybeans) Salad


This perfectly delicious Edamame Salad with Ginger, Garlic, Cilantro, and other Indian spices. They are all on the World’s Healthiest Foods check it out. This is a vegan delight.

Tandoori Chicken Wings(8pc)


Spicy tandoori chicken wings that are grilled in the tandoor oven to perfection with yogurt, lemon juice, ginger, garlic, garam masala, red chili powder and turmeric. (Please allow extra time to cook.)

Vegetable Samosa(2pc)


Two deep-fried pastries filled with spiced minced potato & peas wrapped in wheat dough.


Butter Naan


Naan is traditionally a leavened Indian flatbread baked in a tandoor, or clay oven with high temperature and served hot and brushed with ghee or butter.



Soft white flour flat bread of northwest India baked in a tandoori oven. Cheese Naan bread stuff with cheese.

Our top pick



Soft bread garnished with jalapeño and cheese baked in a tandoori oven.

Cheese and Onion Naan


Soft naan bread garnished with cheese and onion.

Coconut Naan


This subtly sweet naan bread is the perfect accompaniment to an Indian curry.

Dates Naan


This naan has a slightly sweet flavor (from the Raisins and Dates) and is especially tasty with some plain yogurt.

Fried Naan (Bhature)


White flour flat bread of northwest India baked in tandoori and deep-fried.

Garlic Naan


It is soft, doughy, chewy, and brushed generously with caramelized garlic herb butter bread baked in tandoori oven.

Garlic Cheese Naan


Naan bread garnished with touch of fresh garlic, replete with cheese.

Potato Naan


Naan bread stuff with spiced potato.


Punjabi Lachha Paratha


Lachha Paratha is a flatbread made of whole wheat. Lachha paratha is native to Punjab and Punjabi language term ‘lachha’ means ‘ring’. (Vegan Upon Request)

Punjabi Veg Paratha


Mix veg Paratha is a flatbread made of whole wheat. Mix veg paratha made with whole wheat flour, mixed vegetables, spices & herbs. These potato parathas are best eaten with yogurt. (Vegan Upon Request)

Punjabi Potato Paratha


Potato Paratha is a popular Indian flatbread stuffed with spicy potato filling. Extremely popular with north Indians, these potato parathas are best eaten with yogurt. (Vegan Upon Request)

Tandoori Roti (Whole Wheat Bread)


Roti is a flatbread made from stone-ground whole wheat meal flour. (Vegan Upon Request)

Jalapeño Roti (Whole Wheat Bread)


Stone-ground whole Wheat meal flour stuffed with Jalapeño ask for cheese for more fun. (Vegan Upon Request)
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Spice Room ENTRÉES


Aachari is a North-Indian entrée that tastes tangy and spicy pickled flavored with Indian spices and herbs. Pairs well with Pinot Grigio or IPA Beer.
~ Aachari Aloo(Potato) (Vegan Upon Request) $12, Aachari Panner (Homemade Cheese) $14, Aachari Chicken $15, Aachari Lamb $19, Aachari Shrimp $18 ~

Vegan choice

Aloo Gobi (Potato & Cauliflower)


Aloo Gobi is a popular Indian vegetarian dish. Cauliflower cooked with onions, tomatoes and spices is a simple authentic dish which will delight your taste buds. (Vegan Upon Request)

Aloo Matter(Potato & Green Peas)


This is Punjabi style of making aloo matter made from potatoes (Aloo) and peas (Matter) in a spiced creamy tomato-based sauce. (Vegan Upon Request)

Baigan Bharta (Mashed Eggplant)


Eggplant mashed and cooked Indian style. Baingan Bhatta is made of roasted eggplant, cooked green peas, tomato and other spices giving a distinctive flavor and taste to the dish. (Vegan Upon Request)

Bombay Potatoes(Aloo) Masala


Tender potatoes smothered in a tomato and onion based sauce with a huge spice kick. This popular Indian side dish goes particularly well with chicken and vegetable curries and bottles of IPA beer. (Vegan Upon Request)

Bhindi Masala (Okra Fry)


Bhindi Masala is a popular Indian dish made with okra cooked until crisp flavored with garam masala, coriander, chilies, tomato, and onions. (Vegan Upon Request)


Basmati rice cooked with mixed vegetables, saffron, spices, and topped with dates and nuts. It will need to have a stronger, richer wines that bolster the spice’s effects. We think Malbec wine pairs well with Biryani.
~ Vegetable Biryani(Vegan Upon Request) $13, Panner Biryani $14, Chicken Biryani $15, Lamb Biryani $18, or Shrimp Biryani $18 ~

Channa Masala(Chickpeas)


Chana masala also known as channay, chole masala, chole or chholay (plural), which originated from the northern parts of India where it’s a staple vegetarian dish. Channa masala made with chickpeas (channa) and garam masala in a tangy tomato-based sauce. (Vegan Upon Request)

Chicken Pathia


Pathia has its roots in an ancient Persian dish. The usual habitat for a Chicken Pathia seems to be a British curry house, I think this fiery sweet and sour number with Gujarati leanings should be shown a lot more love.

Chicken Shahenshah


Shahanshah is a title given to the Persian emperors, meaning King of Kings. Marinated chicken pieces in a spices and yogurt blend and cooked in a rich coconut and cashew gravy on a slow fire. Rosé wine is the best wine pairing you can have.

Chicken Tikka Tandoori(BONELESS)


Not to be confused with Chicken Tikka Masala, boneless chicken marinated in homemade sauce and a variety of spices. Cooked in tandoor (clay oven) on a skewer and served on top of grilled onions and bell peppers. Cabernet Sauvignon goes well with this entrée.

Spicy food lovers choice


Your choice of meat, momo(dumplings), panner, potato, or mushroom tossed in hot chili sauce with all colors of bell peppers; giving it a colorful look as well as a subtle hint of sweetness. Regardless of what is weather this can be enjoyed anytime. IPA beer or Moscato wine will go well with entrée.
~ Chili Garlic Potato(Vegan Upon Request) $12, Chili Panner(Vegan Upon Request) $14, Chili Mushroom $14, Chili Chicken $15, ChiliI Vegetable MOMO $15, Chili Chicken MOMO $16, or Chili Lamb $20 ~


Traditional dish of India and Nepal, carefully seasoned with an exotic blend of curry spices, onion, garlic, ginger and tomato, having a medium thick sauce. IPA beer goes well with curry items.
~ Mix Vegetable Curry (Vegan Upon Request) $12 , Chicken Curry $14, Lamb Curry $18, Shrimp Curry $18, or Salmon Curry $19 ~

Daal Makhani


Dhal or daal refers to lentils and makhani refers to butter. Daal Makhani literally translates to lentils cooked with butter. Made with lots of butter, cream, whole black urad daal, rajma, and garam masala. (Vegan Upon Request)

Daal Tadka


Daal with the nice aroma of pure ghee and spices is an irresistible delight to taste buds. Daal Tadka is cooked lentils which are lastly tempered with ghee fried spices & herbs. (Vegan Upon Request)

Goan Fish Curry


Warm and tangy fish curry that is cooled with coconut milk. Mingling of the spices with the coconut milk It’s a perfect Indian seafood curry to warm up with! Pairs well with Pinot Grigio or IPA Beer.

Our top pick

Honey Chicken


This Honey Chicken Curry has won over many people that thought they didn’t like curry, and that includes some of our own family members! Everyone associates curry with spice and mouth burn, but it’s simply not true. While curried dishes can indeed make your mouth burn, there are mild curries that you can have that can be the ultimate introduction to those people that are wary about trying curry. All curry is not hot! It is gluten free.


Jalfrezi is originated from an eastern India Bengal. Original name of the dish is “jhalphrize” means spicy food cooked on high flame. Chicken jalfrezi is the most popular curry in the UK Indian restaurants. IPA beer goes very well.
~ Vegetable Jalfrezi $13, Paneer Jalfrezi $14, Chicken Jalfrezi $17, Lamb Jalfrezi $20, or Shrimp Jalfrezi $19


Originated in Northern India and Punjab, vegetable kadai is another specialty of the roadside eateries or dhabas (roadside restaurants) in India. in a thick gravy made up of bell peppers, tomatoes, and spices. Kadai goes well with paratha, or any naan bread. IPA beer goes well.
~ Punjabi Mixed Vegetable Kadai (Vegan Upon Request) $12 , Kadai Panner $13, Chicken Kadai $14, Lamb Kadai $18, Shrimp Kadai $18, or Salmon Kadai $19 ~


The royal cream gravy cooked in a mild coconut milk, onions, ginger, garlic, with almond, raisins and cashew paste. Rosé wine is the best wine pairing you can have. (Dairy Free Upon Request)
~ Vegetable Korma(Vegan Upon Request) $13, Sweet Potato Korma $13, Chicken Korma $15, Lamb Korma $18, Shrimp Korma $18, or Salmon Korma $19 ~

Our top pick


Curry from southern coast of India cooked with fresh coconut and curry leaves. Invented for the British during the 19th century, and originally hailing from the city of Madras (now Chennai) – Madras curry is a subtle blend of aromatic spices, with a fairly spicy. IPA beer or Moscato wine will go well with entrée.
~ Chicken Madras $15, or Lamb Madras $19 ~


Makhani is an Indian word meaning “with butter”. Makhani or makhanwala is a very rich gravy with onion, tomato and cream based. These entrées go very well with naan, roti or seasoned yellow rice.
~ Vegetable Makhani (Vegan Upon Request) $13, Panner Makhani $14, Butter Chicken(Chicken Makhani) $15, Lamb Makhani $18, Shrimp Makhani $18, Salmon Makhani $19 ~

Malai Kofta


Popular Indian vegetarian delight made of paneer and potato balls in a rich smooth, creamy & delicious coconut and onion-tomato gravy. (Vegan not available)

#1 selling entree


Simmered in a creamy tomato; butter sauce flavored with dry fenugreek leaves. One of our most popular dishes. Pairs well with Pinot Grigio or IPA Beer. (Dairy Free Upon Request)
~ Panner Tikka Masala $13, Sweet Potato Masala (Vegan Upon Request) $13, Tofu Tikka Masala (Vegan Upon Request) $14, Chicken Tikka Masala $17, Lamb Masala $19, Shrimp Masala $18, or Salmon Masala $19 ~

Vegan pick

Methi Mushroom Masala


Mushroom and peas in a creamy onion, tomato and cashew sauce, gluten-free, soy-free.
The sauce for this Methi Mushroom Masala is dreamy: it is not just creamy and smooth, it has complex notes from the fenugreek leaves, cayenne, garam masala, onions, and tomatoes. One bite and you’ll be begging for more.

Matter Panner (Green Peas & Cheese)


Matter Paneer consists of peas and homemade cheese in a tomato-based sauce, spiced with garam masala. (Vegan available by substituting with Tofu)

MOMO (Dumplings) (Fried or Steamed)

Momos are an Asian dumpling that are a delicacy in Indian, Nepal, and Tibet. Simple and subtle in flavor is prepared by using unique blend of common ingredients and spices. It is filled with vegetables or chicken meat which can be eaten as an entrée or as an appetizer. IPA beer or Moscato wine will go well with entrée.
~ Chicken MOMO $15 or Vegetable MOMO $14 ~


Stir-fried or soupy himalayan noodle soup with your choice of meat or vegetable cooked in homemade tangy tomato sauce; garnished with fresh cilantro and green onions. Thukpa is a Himalayan noodle soup made with mix vegetables or your choice of meat.
~ Vegetable Noodles (Vegan Upon Request) $12, Panner Noodles$13, Egg Noodles $13, Chicken Noodles $14, Lamb Noodles $18, or Shrimp Noodles $18, Vegetable Thukpa (Vegan Upon Request) $12, Egg Thukpa $13, Chicken Thukpa $14, Lamb Thukpa $18, or Shrimp Thukpa $18 ~

Vegetarian Pick

Rajma & Aloo Masala


This is a spicy and protein-rich vegetarian curry with red kidney bean and Potato curry that goes very well with rice or garlic naan. (Vegan Upon Request)

Rogan Josh

It consists of braised boneless meat chunks cooked with a gravy based of browned onions, yoghurt, garlic, ginger and aromatic spices. Pair it with naan, roti or paratha and enjoy! IPA beer goes well with Rogan Josh.
~ Chicken Rogan Josh $14, or Lamb Rogan Josh $17 ~

Saag (Spinach)

It’s hard not to love the rich, thick creamy spinach. Saag(spinach) is a traditional north Indian dish. Cooked with chopped spinach, garlic, ginger, onion, tomato and whipped cream delicately added. We’d suggest a Riesling wine. (Dairy Free Upon Request)
~ Aloo Saag (Potato)(Vegan Upon Request) $13, Channa (Chickpeas) Saag(Vegan Upon Request) $13, Daal Saag(Vegan Upon Request) $13, Saag Panner(Vegan Upon Request)$13, Mushroom Saag(Vegan Upon Request)$14, Tofu Saag(Vegan Upon Request)$14, Chicken Saag $15, Lamb Saag $17, Shrimp Saag $18, or Salmon Saag $19 ~

Our Manager’s Pick

Shahi Panner


North Indian curry made with paneer (Home Made Cheese) and tomato based spicy gravy laced with spices. The literal translation of Shahi Paneer is ‘Royal Paneer’ which is very appropriate name for this dish, fit for a king. It is a delicious dish and Rosé wine is the one of best wine pairing you can have.


Cooked in our clay tandoori oven with spices and served on top of fresh onion and tomato. The best red wine pairing you can get for this dish is a Pinot Noir.
~ Vegetable Tandoori(Vegan Upon Request) $13, Chicken Tandoori (with bone $14 or without bone $15), Lamb Tandoori $19, Shrimp Tandoori $18, or Salmon Tandoori $20 ~

Vindaloo (VIN D’ALHO)

Vindaloo is a specialty dish of central and southwestern coastal India and is a fiery version of a curry dish with chilis, vinegar, garlic, and spicy hot. Rosé wine is the best wine pairing you can have.
~ Potato Vindaloo(Vegan Upon Request) $12, Sweet Potato & Vegetable Vindaloo(Vegan Upon Request) $13, Chicken Vindaloo $15, Lamb Vindaloo $18, or Shrimp Vindaloo $18 ~


Cold Beverages


Do you call it soda, pop, or coke? Whatever you call; here are your choices.
~ Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, Dr. Pepper, Ginger Ale, or Unsweetened Tea ~

Indian Lemon Tea


Warm lemon flavoured tea sweetened with Brown Sugar is a best way to start your meal or calm yourself down for the evening after meal.

Lassi (Yogurt Drink)


Lassi is a popular traditional dahi (yogurt)-based milkshake or smoothie that originated in the Indian subcontinent. Your choice of
~ Mango Lassi, SweetT Lassi, Salty Lassi, or Rose Lassi ~

Our Top Pick

Masala Chai (Spice Tea)


Spiced milk tea is flavored tea beverage made by brewing black tea with a mixture of homemade aromatic spices and herbs. Your choice of (Hot or Iced)
~ Masala Chai, Decaf Masala Chai, Vegan Masala Chai or Vegan Decaf Masala Chai ~

Masala Lemon Lime Soda (Indian Lemonade)


What do you do when life gives you lemons! Taddaaaaa! Make Masala Soda! Masala soda is a very well-known street drink found in most of the cities. It’s the same thing as lemonade but a bit of different Indian ingredients.



Casual, everyday tea that is not your everyday experience.
~ Black Tea, Green Tea, or Herbal Tea ~


Banana Pakora (10pc)


Ripe banana fritters is made with very ripe banana grated coconuts, sugar, besan, and spices.

Carrot Pudding (8oz)


Popular dessert of India. Grated carrots, milk & sugar simmering over a low heat, & are garnished with chopped nuts & raisins. It is also a gluten free dessert.

Gulab Jamuun (5pc)


Delectably warm treat, this traditional milk base homemade molding into a golden pastry globe, offers a fragrance of cardamom.

Rasmalai (3pc)


Rasmalai is a Bengali delicacy made with spongy cottage cheese balls dunked into aromatic milk syrup known as ‘Ras’. It is one of the best Indian sweet dessert.

vegan top pick

Rice Pudding (Kheer) (8oz)


Rice pudding is a dish made from rice mixed with water or milk and other ingredients such as cinnamon and raisins. It is also a gluten free dessert. (Vegan Upon Request)

Shikarni (8oz)


How long has it been since you last tasted heaven? Simply angelic in taste, Shikarni is a stunning variation of homemade yogurt flavored with cinnamon and topped with sliced bananas.

Spice Room Vegan & Gluten Free

Tasty morsels of food with no boundaries

We cater to various dietary restrictions and offer vegetarian and vegan options on any trading day, please contact us at least 24 hours prior to your booking and we will do our best to accommodate your request.

Our Producers

We believe that no dish can be better than its ingredients, and that the best ingredients are usually local.

Every day we make many decisions about what we eat and every one of our food choices has an ethical and environmental impact.

It is the best of coincidences that good food choices – those that are good for our land and people, for the environment, for the body and mind – are also delicious and enjoyable.

Our Philosophy

The Spice Room offers delicious cuisines from the rich royal heritage of India recreating the magic of spices by using ingredients fit for royalty.

We are committed to providing you with an exceptional dining experience every time you walk through our door.

Each dish on our extensive menu is prepared to order using only the freshest and highest quality of ingredients and we provide everyday lunch buffet.
We operate as a indian restaurant in Denver, CO. Come see us today!


We use as much we can get our hand on all-natural, hormone free, vegetarian fed, antibiotic free, free range chicken. Our responsibly raised chicken comes from locally based companies.

We cook with Non-GMO, rice bran oil, Canola oil or ghee (clarified butter). No MSG is used in our cooking.

The used oil is recycled into locally produced
& consumed biodiesel.

We roast and grind our own spice blends, and make all our chutneys and sauces in-house.

We source as many local & organic ingredients as possible everyday.

Our to go containers are made with environmentally
friendly recycled paper & are compostable. We use reusable plastic containers.

As we grow we will continue to improve on these
practices. Your support allows us to do better in the future!

Spice Room Street side

Sweet, Salty, Spicy, Tangy, and Crunchy