Indian Restaurants in Enumclaw

$15 for Three Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Indian Food at Spice King ($30 Total Value)

Spice King

Renton

$10 $5

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Chefs infuse authentic curries and kebabs with flavors from Southern India, the Nepali border, and everywhere in between

$5 Buys You a Coupon for 10% Off Meal at Indian Curry Palace

Indian Curry Palace

Tukwila

$5 $5

For $5, receive a coupon for 10% off meal

$20 for $30 Worth of Indian-Pakistani Cuisine at Shalimar Restaurant

Shalimar Restaurant

University District

$30 $20

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Chef Wasif Qadri whips up inventive Indian-Pakistani dishes including curries, veggie stews, and tandoori plates

$6 Buys You a Coupon for 1 Plain Naan Dish with Chutneys & 50% Off Alcoholic Beverages 3-6PM at Cedars Restaurant

Cedars Restaurant

University District

$6 $6

For $6, receive a coupon for 1 plain naan dish with chutneys & 50% off alcoholic beverages 3-6PM

$12 for $24 Worth of Indian & Mediterranean Food at Qazi's Indian Curry House & Mediterranean Cuisine

Qazi's Indian Curry House & Mediterranean Cuisine

Fremont

$24 $12

Dozens of dishes from all over the Indian subcontinent and some from the Mediterranean

Indian Food at Jewel of India (Half Off). Two Options Available.

Jewel of India

University District

$22 $11

Entrees include spicy lamb vindaloo with potatoes and mango veggie curry with sautéed vegetables, mango chutney, and a bit of cream

Indian Food for Lunch, Dinner, or Takeout at Bengal Tiger Cuisine of India (Up to 50% Off). 4 Options Available.

Bengal Tiger Cuisine of India

Roosevelt

$20 $12

Regional specialties are served in a warmly colored dining room at an Indian eatery that's been simmering curries for almost 15 years

$40 for $50 Worth Indian and Mediterranean Food at Saffron Grill

Saffron Grill

Northgate

$50 $40

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Rich, fragrant saffron infuses a menu of updated Indian and Mediterranean plates

$17 for $30 Worth of Indian Food for Two or More at Royal India Restaurant. Two Locations Available.

Royal India Cuisine

Multiple Locations

$30 $17

Tandoor-roasted salmon, prawns simmered in mango-curry sauce, and garlic-stuffed naan

$12 for $24 Worth of Indian Food at Copper Pot Restaurant

Copper Pot Restaurant

Downtown Edmonds

$24 $12

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Indian restaurant hews to traditional dishes such as chicken korma and modern trends, including vegan cuisine like Goa-style curry

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Pieces of tender lamb quickly disappear as a chef drops them into curry sauce. Inside a pan, tiny lentils soften and plump up as they absorb the butter and spices in Elixir Restaurant & Lounge’s daal makhani dish. Elsewhere in the kitchen, chefs stuff cauliflower inside flatbread and marry rice and curried bits of vegetables in biryani entrées. Out in the dining room, guests can top off their meals with sweet desserts or complimentary hand readings by the helpful wait staff.

310 Wells Ave S
Renton,
WA
US

The most geographically and culturally authentic bites at CurriBox are lemon and mango pickles imported straight from India. But the restaurant's cooks masterfully conjure traditional Indian flavors just fine with more local fixings, which they assemble into nearly 75 dishes. A clay tandoor oven bakes all roits and naans, as well as boneless chicken, which the culinary team stirs into mildly spiced butter cream. Other entrees incorporate CurriBox's housemade ingredients, from hand-crafted cheese cooked in spiced gravy with peas to marinated lamb doused with nuts and fresh cream sauce. Besides dine-in feasts, CurriBox's cooks prepare food for takeout and even cater feasts for weddings, birthdays, or birthdays for each taste bud.

2435 Maple Valley Hwy
Renton,
WA
US

Spice Route melds traditional Indian cuisine and modern takes on Subcontinent sustenance to give diners a menu with a myriad of options. Starters include 12 vegetarian options such as paneer tikka, comprised of marinated cheese grilled in a clay oven ($12.95), as well as non-veggies such as the tandoori chicken, cooked in the traditional Indian oven and browned over a volcano out back ($11.95). Visit south India without piling into the family jumbo jet by sampling regional items––try the masala dosa, a thin rice crepe piñata-packed with a spicy potato filling ($7.95), or the adai avial, a spiced-up lentil pancake served with a mixed-vegetable stew ($8.95). Chicken lovers can voice their vote with an order of chicken curry ($10.95) or chicken tikka masala ($11.95), whereas herbivoyeurs can spy on the veg chettinad, a Spice Route specialty dish featuring veggies cooked in a spicy south-Indian masala blend ($9.95). Finish feasting with fried dumplings in sugar syrup ($2.95), or discuss your favorite letter of the alphabet over a cup of chai tea ($1.75).

2241 148th Ave NE
Bellevue,
WA
US

Rich red hues accent India King Restaurant’s spacious dining room, from the cherry-toned tables to the decorative fabric that drapes from the all-you-can-eat buffet tables. The restaurant’s lengthy menu abounds with flavorful curries, tandoori-baked meats, and more than 10 types of naan stuffed with spiced potatoes, spinach, and excess predictions donated from a nearby fortune cookie factory. During the lunch buffet, diners can pile plates high with more than 30 savory items including saffron-infused basmati rice, breads fresh from the tandoori oven, and spiced vegetables. Guests in need of a beverage can turn to the eatery’s selection of lassis, Indian beers, and wines.

1411 156th Ave NE
Bellevue,
WA
US

In 1997, Chef Muhammad Uddin took over a failing Indian eatery with dreams of turning it into something more. After closing to remodel the dining room and overhaul the menu, he threw open the doors of the new restaurant, which he renamed Bengal Tiger Cuisine of India. By 2009, it had grown such a large following that Chef Uddin moved to a bigger location with ample seating, a full bar, and space for servers to practice their plate-spinning acts on breaks.

Though the warm-colored decor and friendly service are a draw, the real key to Bengal Tiger's appeal is the food. Chef Uddin and his team rely on fresh spices and lean-cut meats to flavor recipes from across India?from the madras curry inspired by the city of Chennai to the vindaloo dish that originated in Goa. Though Bengal Tiger's menu is ? la carte, servers spread out a smorgasbord of entrees during the Chef?s Special dinner buffet, which, like games in the world's least active football league, occurs on the last Sunday of every month.

6509 Roosevelt Way NE
Seattle,
WA
US

At Quazi's Indian Curry House & Mediterranean Cuisine, each bowl of curry or platter of tandoori-baked meat comes with a side of history. The gregarious owners are happy to share the evolution of Indian cuisine with guests, even pinpointing the origin of certain recipes all the way back to 300 BC. The menu itself divulges some of these stories, citing the region of origin for some dishes and telling the tale of how biryani rice felt that time mangos left it for a hot dish of curry.

473 N 36th St
Seattle,
WA
US