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Total Score

8.6
924 reviews
Recommended
(8.8)
Food
(8.7)
Service
(8.7)
Value for money
(7.7)
Atmosphere
(8.5)

dined on Sat, 2 Mar 2019

(8)
I would have marked the food better but we had to make up our own peking duck. They just plonked everything on the table. Disappointing for a fine dining restaurant

dined on Fri, 22 Feb 2019

(8)
The banquet menu was a good group option.

dined on Thu, 14 Feb 2019

(9)
Enjoyed a really lovely meal at Spice Temple. Everything we ate was delicious! In particular, we enjoyed the kingfish, the fried chicken and the duck main. Chocolate parfait was amazing too!

dined on Sat, 9 Feb 2019

(9)
Excellent food and service, just a little pricey so it's a special event pleasure.

dined on Sun, 3 Feb 2019

(8)
Atmosphere was amazing till the blinds were drawn up way before it hit dark. Killed the atmosphere. We had the Chinese New Year menu which is delicious, except for the dessert which didn’t really gel with the rest of the dishes. Still, a great night out.
Megan Arulananda

dined on Fri, 18 Jan 2019

(10)
We love this place. Service and food is fantastic. Never disappoints.
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Specials

Spice Temple Native Dinner

SPICE TEMPLE NATIVE DINNER We invite you to join Head Chef Neisha Woo for a special dinner at Spice Temple which will introduce some exciting new ingredients to your Spice Temple favourites. Each dish will be the perfect marriage between our provincial Chinese dishes and the most unique native Australian ingredients including Salt Bush, Warrigal Greens and Davidson Plum to name a few. Tuesday April 9, 6:30pm $99pp menu only, $55 optional beverage pairing.
When
09 Apr 2019
Tue 6:30 PM - 6:30 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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