Travelers Thali House

$ $
2524 Beacon Ave S
Seattle, WA 98144
(206) 329-6260
12:00pm - 9:00pm
12:00pm - 9:00pm
12:00pm - 9:00pm
12:00pm - 9:00pm
12:00pm - 9:00pm


  • unbelievably good food, house made chai and sweet patrons. run by hippies, expect delays & chaos - bring a good conversationalist or a good book. oh, and try saffron kheer - WOW.
  • Seattleites should no longer complain about the lack of a good Indian restaurant. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Mm! The thali is good, and most of the menu can be made gluten-free if they aren't already. Cozy atmosphere inside, and the patio is beautiful in sunny days. Lots of spices and read for purchase too.
  • Must try mango lassiii
  • Get the Thali! It changes every month. The best reinterpreted Indian food ever!
  • Thalia is similar to a prix fixe menu - everything is vegetarian and only $14! Great date place because 2 can easily split one full Thali.
  • Probably the best salt lassi I'hv had in the US so far
  • Thaali tastes authentic. Simple, sumptuous
  • Excellent Indian food. Freshest and most like home cooked that I've had in Seattle.
  • This place serves authentic Indian food from all different parts. The food is rich and delicious. It is expensive because none of the items are frozen or made from frozen items. Thalis!!
  • The food has a feeling of being home-cooked. The menu is based on a theme that changes regularly.
  • Had one of the best paranthas in Seattle!
  • Liked the decor and the knowledge the owner had about the culture and food. Thali's are worth it and fills your tummy :)
  • Thali plates are always yummy.
  • #The full thali is always a fantastic treat for two--seasonal, filling, so much variety (and there's no wrong way to eat it!). Great patio!
  • Thali, and pakoras
  • The most authentic Indian restaurant is surprisingly run by non-Indians. For tastes like it's home cooked and not greasy at all. Arhar dal is to die for.
  • Need a lot of patience patience ... but delicioso !!!
  • Just a deluxe to share
  • Great food, great people and great energy. Affordable home cooled Indian food that gives a sense of deep satisfaction and nourishment. A place to relax, slow down and take pleasure.