Spice Route

4.0
6 reviews
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$30 and under
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Indian
Spice route specializes on South Indian food - Dosas, Rice Cakes, String Hoppers, Hyderabadi Biriyani's, Chettinad dishes, etc. Our lunch buffet serves a variety of Vegan, Vegetarian, Gluten Free and non-Vegetarian items. 90% of our Menu is Gluten Free, 50% is Vegan/Vegetarian, Our Meat is Halal.
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OT
Seattle
1 review
Dined on February 13, 2018
Overall 5food 5service 5ambience 5

If you want authentic Indian cuisine, this is your place! The dishes are perfectly seasoned. And try the desserts! There are so many delicious and unique desserts to try.

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OT
Seattle
5 reviews
Dined on November 8, 2017
Overall 2food 3service 3ambience 2

Seems to have changed to be a buffet. Sorry to see this as this used to be our favourite area Indian restaurant and now it feels like a cafe. Atmosphere is lacking.

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PC
Seattle
16 reviews
Dined on March 11, 2017
Overall 5food 5service 5ambience 4

Good gluten free options. Everything was perfectly spiced. Beware of small bones in the lamb/goat dishes.

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j
New England
1 review
Dined on January 13, 2017
Overall 5food 5service 5ambience 4

Delicious, authentic tasting south indian food (I went here with my boyfriend whose family is south indian and said the food reminded him of home). Incredible tastes, extremely well made food. Many local indian families seem to come to eat there.

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OT
Seattle
3 reviews
Dined on April 20, 2016
Overall 4food 4service 3ambience 4

Visited during Seattle Restaurant Week. We had good food, but took forever to get our check and get out of there. We'll give it another shot :)

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R
Seattle
27 reviews
Dined on September 26, 2015
Overall 2food 2service 2ambience 2

We were hoping for more. The goat and lamb dishes were tasty, but the chunks of meat had bone chips in it from how it was cut, which spoiled the effect. The Manchurian something or other appetizer was weird - I have no idea what it was, or what it was doing on an Indian menu. The place is next to an Indian grocery store, but was dead on a Saturday night. For a dead place one would think that the service would be quick and attentive, at least, but no. Asleep on their feet would sum up service. The Chucky Cheese next door had tons of Indian families with kids, however - that is where they went to eat before or after grocery shopping, not to the south Indian restaurant. That is saying something.

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