Four of us went for a celebratory dinner on Republic Day to Spices at JW. The ambience here is very good, the whole decor and atmosphere of this place is ambient, cozy, they have a live kitchen. The wine and champagne list is commendable, we ordered for a bottle of champagne...chateau..something, it was brilliant, recommended by the waiter. Moving on to the food, for appetizers, we had prawn cakes, which were a bit too greasy and oily but the prawn filling inside was very flavorful. BBQ chicken wings were mediocre, they are certainly not oriental and should be excluded from the menu ( they must be a popular choice), Dimsums were very tasty. Main Course: All the main course dishes we ordered were delicious and the servings were quite generous. Thai Green Curry : Amazing, a bit too much cocunut, but it was very flavorful and right chouce of vegetables, even the rice that came along with it was prepared well! Sea Bass: Whatever you do, do not miss this dish, it is simply out of the world!! It is very, very well done by the chef, the sauce is tangy and flavorful but it allows for the natural taste of the fish, Chicken in Black Bean was well....ok...i believe that chicken doesnt go well with oriental cuisine but my companions insisted on ordering chicken. Desserts were simply excellent, they have a very interesting dessert menu, i think it is the creativity of the chef, if it truly is then hats off to him! Here it goes..Litchi and Cocunut Tart, was very good, the litchis were canned, but it was nonetheless quite satisfactory and lived up to the expectations. Irish coffee, haha, it was brilliant, right amount of spirit and the coffee it was a really good way to end an enjoyable experience. Overall Spices is one of the best Thai/Oriental restaurants in the city, however it is expensive, but the quality of the food and wine does justice to the price.