LAUNCH: Short Film & Palace Spice Indian Cuisine
Sat 29th Oct  @ Phoenix Centre, 68 Westow St. SE19 3AF
Buy Tickets Here £19.50

An eclectic mix of fantastic short films with amazing food from Palace Spice in a dressed up Phoenix center on the Crystal Palace Triangle.
Food included in price, menu below. Wines and beers on sale.


Evening Schedule

6.45pm Doors and bar opens

7.15pm Palace Spice starters served

7.45pm First short films start at approx

8.30pm Palace Spice main courses served around

9pm Films continue


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Another Love
Directed by Victor Perez
A pregnant married 
woman struggles to tell a much older man that their affair is over.
RT: 19.5m UK

Directed by Tomisin Adepeju
A young Nigerian man travels to a remote Pentecostal church with his 
ailing wife.
RT: 17.5m UK

Cul-De-Sac   UK Premiere
Directed by Nick Flugge
A private detective has his stake-out ruined by his sister staging an intervention.
RT: 12m UK

I Used to be Famous 

Directed by Eddie Sternberg

Two worlds collide on a bench in Peckham. Vince Denman is a former pop star, relentlessly trying to forge a comeback.
RT: 15m UK

Directed By James Vinson
In 1937, legendary aviatrix, clings to her final years of stardom. True story.

RT: 15m Australia

The Immaculate Misconception
Directed by Michael Geoghegan
Sinead, underage, pregnant and a virgin who lives with her grandparents. Her grandmother, the matriarch of this dysfunctional family and a pious Catholic, will stop at nothing to get this birth proclaimed immaculate.
RT: 25m UK

Entailment   European Premiere
Directed by Cam Smeal
At a low point in his marriage, Josh cheats with Nina, a woman desperate to have a child. As he struggles to keep his betrayal a secret, he finds that his is not the only one.
RT: 19m Australia





Onion Bhaji (V)
Thinly sliced onions and lentils mixed with gram flour and herbs, deep fried

Vegetable Samosas (V)
Mildly spiced vegetables wrapped in pastry triangles

Papadom’s, Chutney’s & Sauces  (V)

Main Courses

Bengal Chicken
(My favourite dish ever!)
Chicken Tikka cooked Bengal style in a garlic and ginger sauce with bay leaf, dried chilies and a hint of lemon. A smokey, rich flavour.

Lamb Rogan Josh
Cooked with special herbs and dressed with fried and fresh tomatoes, capsicum and onions.

Palace Spice special vegetable curry (V)
Cooked in a wok with onions and tomatoes, flavoured with green peppers, herbs and fresh garam masala.

Pilau rice and nan bread