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Federal Spice

Nestled in the streets of Portland, Maine, Federal Spice brings it’s unique cultural food to new heights.  Well known for their wraps and Jamaican cuisines, Federal Spice Bistro caters to all tastes.  Sample their menu and find out why so many refer to them as a “hidden gem”.

Join Federal Spice at Point Sebago Reggae Festival and enjoy the best of Maine

I visited Federal Spice during my summer vacation in Portland.  The food was absolutely delicious. I ended up going back twice during my week long vacation. The Barbecue quesidella, rice and peas, fish, jerk chicken, and homemade ginger tea were excellent. And the customer service by Chef Eric was top notch. Two thumbs up!

Phyllis

Glenn Dale, MD

This place has great wraps and quesos…I love the chips too. The portions are really generous…you will not leave hungry. They also have beers on tap and lots of other beverages to choose from.

The cook is always trying new things and coming up with new spins on his menu and salsa or guac. He’s super fast and really cares about each dish he’s creating.

Groups will have more room upstairs. There’s also outdoor seating in nice weather and it’s a nice atmosphere with all the plants and lighting out there.

Jenna V

Portland, Maine

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