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Address: 2132 N Northgate Wy, Seattle, WA 98133 (Cross street: Meridian Ave N)
Neighborhood: Northwest Seattle
Specifics: Indian
Phone: 206-417-0707
Cost: $$
Website: www.saffrongrillseattle.com
Restaurants Another offering from the Cedars empire dishing up bottomless chai.

    
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Posted by:  Karen Watson

I was skeptical about Saffron Grill because (a) it's in a building that looks like it used to be a TGI Fridays and (b) it's in the car park of a scary looking "business" hotel. But the old cliche really fits -- never judge a book by its cover. Owned by the same family that runs the U-District staple Cedars, I instantly recognized the coffee pots full of chai going round the room. That stuff is like milky delicious crack. The food isn't outstanding but it's definitely tasty and flavorful, especially if you're in need of a tikka after a hard day of shopping. And the cocktail list reads like a Webster's Dictionary of exotic tropical flavors. Jai Ho!

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Submitted on: 2/11/2016 11:24 AM
By: Duke
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Comment: Probably the best food option in the Northgate area. It serves both Indian/Pakistani and Mediterranean dishes, which are apparently more similar than you'd think. Decent prices, and usually very good service.


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Submitted: 4/14/2013 5:48 PM                  
Posted By: Karen Watson
Comment: I was skeptical about Saffron Grill because (a)it's in a building that looks like it used to be a TGI Fridays and (b)it's in the car park of a scary looking "business" hotel. But the old cliche really fits - never judge a book by it's cover. Owned by the same family that runs the U-District staple Cedars, I instantly recognized the coffee pots full of Chai going round the room. That stuff is like milky delicious Crack. The food isn't outstanding but it's definitely tasty and flavorful, especially if you're in need of a Tikka after a hard day of shopping. And the cocktail list reads like a Webster's Dictionary of exotic tropical flavors. Jai Ho!
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