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At Southern Spice, we strive to recreate the splendour of southern cooking . A unique for its authentic presentation of the finest creation from Andra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, and Kerala.

 

Our commitment to regional cooking sees a combination of tandoori flavours from North, classic from Chennai and seafood from GOA and other coastal towns.

 

Having our own specialities of south spices in both Veg and Non-Veg food blends easily with the ingredients and serves the best quality of food.

 

It’s an Family Restaurants with different varieties of Soup, Appetizer, Biryani, Dessert …. and many more..Will give you different texture and Flavors in every food items. The soul of southern India having unique dishes now at our place with traditional trend of southern spices.

Southern Spice wants to bring ‘different Indian flair’ to Central Florida

A new restaurant in Orlando’s Dr. Philips neighborhood wants to add a spicier, more flavorful part of Indian cuisine to Central Florida.

 

Southern Spice Indian Cuisine recently opened at 7637 Turkey Lake Road in Orlando. Owner Sunny Corda also owns nearby Saffron Indian Cuisine and Rasa as well as Mynt Fine Indian Cuisine in Winter Park.

 

“When this location came up, we said let’s bring a different Indian flair to the community,” he said.

 

Corda has been working in the restaurant industry from the age of 19. He opened Saffron in 2011.

 

In an effort to distinguish Southern Spice from his other restaurants, Corda decided to feature India’s southern cuisine, particularly of India’s Chettinad region. Some of the recipes are based off of his mother’s cooking.

 

Signature dishes include biryani, or rice mixture sealed into a roti and oven baked. Seafood dishes are popular in the coastal southern India, which is reflected in the menu with whole branzino, fish curry and prawn masala. An expanded selection for vegetarian and vegan diners will be available as well.

 

Another restaurant isn’t out of the question for Corda, who hopes to open another eatery by the end of the year.

 

To learn more about Southern Spice Indian Cuisine, visit southernspiceorlando.com or Facebook.

 

Source : Orlando Sentinel