Indian Restaurants in Junction

$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

$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

Indian Food and Drinks at Bombay Grill (Up to 45% Off). Two Options Available.

Bombay Grill

Seattle

$20 $11

Regional Indian menu built around spicy seafood dishes

$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

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

$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

$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

$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

$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

Indian Cuisine at Curry & Kabab Indian Restaurant (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Curry & Kabab Indian Restaurant

Kent

$30 $15

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Traditional Indian cuisine, including garlic naan, chicken tandoori, goat biryani, and mango ice cream

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At Maharaja, food is king, echoing the Sanskrit word's royal meaning. Dishes are piled high with spices, vegetables, and meat still hot from the tandoori oven. The menu offers vegetarian, seafood, and curry entrees in the form of the chickpea-laden chana masala, the barbecued shrimp tikka masala, and the lamb curry steeped in a garlicky ginger and onion sauce. For dessert, dig into kulfi, an Indian ice cream laced with pistachios, or mango ice cream made from the rare mango ice cream fruit.

105 1st Ave S
Seattle,
WA
US

Madhu Cuisine of India: A User’s Guide

Pan-Indian Cuisine | Rich Curries | Lunch Buffet

Sample Menu

  • Appetizer: keema samosa, stuffed with lamb, paneer, and raisins
  • Entree: chicken vindaloo, made with potatoes and chili sauce
  • Side: garlic naan
  • Dessert: mango ice cream

Press Box

  • “Deep-fried, though not greasy, and addictive enough that you will gobble one pakora after another.” — Seattle Times

Inside Tips

  • Can’t decide? When you come for lunch, check out the buffet, where you can sample bites of different items or pick one to fill your plate, your bowl, and your glass.
  • Some Friday and Saturday nights, DJs take over the back room, turning it into a low-key dance lounge and spinning records into the night.

Vocab Lesson
Pakora: an Indian snack made of chicken, fish, veggies, or paneer, battered in chickpea or lentils and lightly fried, usually served with chutney.
Paneer: a white South Asian cheese made from boiling cow's or water buffalo's milk and curdling it with whey; it dates back to at least 6,000 BC.

While You’re in the Neighborhood
Before: Clear your palate and make your mark by depositing your gum at Pike Place Market’s Gum Wall (Pike Street at Post Alley, just west of 1st Avenue).

After: Give back by dropping some coins in Rachel the Pig (Post Alley and Western Avenue), a bronze piggy bank at Pike Place Market—proceeds benefit the market directly.

2330 2nd Ave
Seattle,
WA
US

Owner-operators Shefali and Nitin furbish plates with authentic Indian cuisine, mixing traditional and contemporary North Indian and Goan influences to craft unique north-Indian dishes, including rotating chef's specials. As Nitin mixes drinks behind the bar, Shefali visits each booth and table in the dining room, imbuing each visitor with an experience that feels like home with authentic tastes that sear the memory. In addition to traditional meat dishes, seafood and lamb join a sprawling selection of vegetarian and gluten-free menu options, as well as dishes from a full vegan menu that includes egg-free naan and dairy-free sitar notes.

519 1st Ave N
Seattle,
WA
US

The chefs at Royal Palace Bar and Grille use more than a dozen authentic, organic-grown Indian herbs and spices in every dish. Their precise manipulation of these ingredients results in a wide variety of authentic sauces and seasonings, ranging from mild to hot, that are used in the restaurant's expansive menu. Diners can start their meal with sharable plates of vegetable-stuffed samosas, or spicy tandoor-baked chicken wings. In fact, tandoori specialties are at the core of the menu?in the chicken tikka, for instance, chicken breasts are marinated in yogurt and traditional spices, then roasted slowly in a clay oven, though not long enough to turn them into ceramic artwork. The rest of the menu ranges from lamb curries, to a full vegetarian spread, to housemade kulfi?Indian ice cream?for dessert.

234 Fairview Ave. N
Seattle,
WA
US

Gleaming copper bowls parade out from Mirch Masala's kitchen, bearing the colorful meats, seafood, and vegetables of both traditional and modern Indian dishes. More than a dozen different types of naan bread rise in tandoori ovens before sopping up sauces from curry, paneer, vindaloo, and masala dishes. Come lunchtime, a buffet line snakes across the dining room, beneath glimmering chandeliers and paintings of Indian songstresses and Bollywood stars doing laundry.

213 Broadway E
Seattle,
WA
US

Wooden arches and light-gauze curtains invite diners into Queen Sheba, a cool, tranquil interior rich with the meandering aromas of exotic spices and authentic Ethiopian recipes. An intimate table hosts diners as they enjoy hearty stews crafted with traditional spice mixtures such as mitmita and berbere, which accentuate the chunks of lamb or beef. A spongy serving of injera, a disk of unleavened bread, soaks up spicy sauces, and bites of fresh-cut okra accompany all plates, acting as edible silverware for the authentic stews, not unlike a using pixie sticks as chop sticks. Vegan red-lentil stews or ground peas seasoned with ginger and garlic further rope in taste buds trying to play hard to get.

916 E John St
Seattle,
WA
US