Taste of India

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Details
5517 Roosevelt Way NE (at NE 56th St)
Seattle, WA 98105
(206) 528-1575
Indian
$ $
Hours
Mon–Sat: 11:30 AM–10:00 PM Sun: 11:00 AM–9:00 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • get the bottomless iced or hot chai.
  • The Chai is bottomless and is as addictive as crack.
  • I would be satisfied with just the bottomless chai and mango cheesecake, but they had to pop my buttons with delicious curries, too! Try the spiced Tandoori chicken, if you want a less dense dish
  • Chicken Tikka Masalla and Garlic Naan for the win!
  • High five if you get to the bottom of your water glass. If you're thirsty, this is the place to be.
  • This place is incredible. Hands down the best Indian food I've had in Avery very long time. Service was spectacular, as well.
  • Chai is awesome :) and butter chicken is too good. Make sure you ask waiter to make it spicy.
  • Delicious lunch. The bottomless chai is well worth $3.
  • As an Indian man and someone who has tried virtually every Indian joint in town, I can safely say this is the best and most consistent hands down. (4 of 4 petals via Fondu)
  • Amazing service!! I don't think I was able to get my water or chai tea past 3/4 full without getting it refilled. They gave us a complimentary appetizer and dessert! New favorite Indian restaurant!
  • The Butter Chicken Masala at Taste of India is served with a buttery masala sauce that finishes the dish smoothly with its rich combination of fresh cream and tomato puree.
  • Bottomless Chai Tea, amazing Indian cuisine, plus if they ask for a dessert menu, say no, and they'll give you dessert anyway!
  • If you want to branch out from tikaa masala, but want that rich, creamy curry flavor, try chili madras masala.
  • The chai is amazing!
  • The chai tea is a must and you get free refills. The chile naan is also pretty good but it's hard to go wrong with anything you order here
  • Holy Bottomless Chai! A perfect place to sit outside and chat with friends, especially if two of you just went through breakups and the third's estranged husband has lung cancer. Really lovely Sun am.
  • I regularly crave the tandoori chicken.
  • The garlic naan is possibly the best naan that I have had in Seattle. One is good for 2 person since every plate of curry comes with rice. Love their butter masala!
  • Always get some starters and desserts on the house!
  • Best butter paneer in town. Ah-ma-zing!