Asian Spice in Barbados

All Seasons Resort Director, Soni Kessuram, at last night's Asian Spice opening.
All Seasons Resort Director, Soni Kessuram, at last night’s Asian Spice opening.

Senator and acting Minister of Tourism, Irene Sandiford-Garner, last night opened Barbados’ most recent Indian restaurant, Asian Spice, in St James.

Located in the recently-renovated All Seasons Resort, Sunset Crest, Asian Spice is part of the hotel’s six-year, $4 million renovation and rebranding exercise.

“Establishment of this new restaurant is a welcomed addition to the culinary product of Barbados,” Sandiford-Gardner said.

She added, “I am told that this restaurant will be the only one on the West Coast offering authentic Indian Mughlai cuisine. I congratulate All Seasons Resort on this achievement”.

Hotel Director, Soni Kessuram explained, “Mughlai cuisine is one of the most popular cuisines in North India, whose origin can be traced back to the times of the Mughal Empire. Known for its richness, using exotic spices, dried fruit & nuts, these dishes were prepared in the kitchens of the royal Mughal Emperors”.

Chamber of Commerce President, Lalu Vaswani (L), Ministry of Tourism Consultant, Hugh Foster, and acting Minister of Tourism, Irene Sandiford-Gardner at last night's Asian Spice opening.
Chamber of Commerce President, Lalu Vaswani (L), Ministry of Tourism Consultant, Hugh Foster, and acting Minister of Tourism, Irene Sandiford-Gardner at last night’s Asian Spice opening.

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