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Spice Market

Map & Directions 403 W. 13th St.
New York, NY 10014
  • Asian Fusion, Fusion, Malaysian, Thai, Vietnamese
  • Fri-Sat 12pm-1am
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Business Dining, Family Style, Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Private Party
  • Dinner, Late Night, Lunch
  • Full bar
  • Highly Recommended, Accepted
  • No Parking


Village Voice's Description

The massive, multi-level premises are theme park in style, with ornate carvings and nooks and crannies galore. The food draws its inspiration from dishes at the lower end of ethnic restaurant menus;mainly Thai, Malaysian, and Vietnamese;then mutates them with unexpected flavor enhancements: fresh dill in a Vietnamese-style lobster summer roll, for example. The pork vindaloo, rather than being hot, is sweet and sour like a sloppy joe, but the serving is unexpectedly generous.

Member Reviews

  • heathburr1 wrote a review for Spice Market
    on 02/20/11

    Had a first date there that turned into a 3 year relationship. Fun spot. Good food. Don't go often, but it is worth going at least once.

  • Lori442282 wrote a review for Spice Market
    on 04/26/10

    Be prepared to be wow'd by the food. They encourage sharing plates and will bring one dish out at a time. Great wine list also!

  • MariaSTYLES
    MariaSTYLES wrote a review for Spice Market
    on 08/15/09

    the 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..

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Tips from foursquare

  • Bravo on 11/22/10

    I love the way Chef Jean George brings sensational flavors and spices that are authentic.-Kenny Gilbert, Top Chef

  • Bravo on 11/11/10

    Go just for Pichet Ong's signature dessert, Thai Jewels. One of the coolest dishes ever. -Seth Caro, Top Chef Just Desserts

  • LogoTV on 03/08/11

    “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

  • Crab dumplings! do it!

  • Anne D. on 02/22/10

    $48 tasting menu was totally worth it - some of the most amazing flavors I've ever had.

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