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Saffron Grill

2132 N Northgate Way, Seattle, WA 98133
(55)
$$
Mediterranean, Asian, American
Closed Now
Today

11:00 am - 10:00 pm

Tomorrow

11:00 am - 10:00 pm

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Hours

Regular Hours
Mon - Thu

11:00 am - 10:00 pm

Fri - Sat

11:00 am - 10:15 pm

Sun

11:00 am - 10:00 pm

Authentic Cuisine of India and the Mediterranean

Payment Methods

AMEX, VISA, CASH, DINERS CLUB, DISCOVER, MASTERCARD

Location

Northgate Mall

Services

Restuarents

REVIEWS(55)

    by  on 09/16/2013

    Can you say delicious??? The butter chicken here is HEAVEN!!! It's not going to be healthy for my diet, but nothing wrong with cheating once in a while! We also had the cheese tandoori which was DELISH!!!

  • I met my manager at Saffron Gr...
    by  on 05/28/2012

    I met my manager at Saffron Grill for lunch. She loves Indian food. It was only my second time trying it so the waitress helped me pick out what she thought I might like. It was all good including the service. My husband ate what was left over from my lunch and liked it so much I have since gone back and picked up take out for the whole family. I highly recommend this restaurant if you are looking for good food and ambience.

  • Terrible!!
    by  on 11/27/2011

    We had a terrible experience - food was awful! Drinks watered down or just plain tasted funny. Too many spices, runny asauces & the place was DIRTY! Don't go here!!!

  • Best Service and Indian food In Seattle!
    by  on 03/16/2011

    Yes Best Service and Indian food In Seattle! I have been coming for 11 years and I have never been disappointed everything on the menu is served not only with style but also with flavors that keep you wanting more! I have known the owner for as long as I have been coming to their old place in the u-district don't believe the negative reviews they are way off. Trust me get there eat, enjoy and you will make it a long tradition like I have. I now drive 45 miles just to get my Indian food fix. The places by my home don't have the flavors or service. I am sad soon I will be deploying with my wife in the NAVY. Please send Saffron care packages ;-) Thank you my friend for having such a great place to eat

  • TIKKA WINGS to DIE For!
    by  on 10/05/2010

    Oh! The TIKKA WINGS with garlic sauce, a bit of heaven for your mouth! Tender, smokey, and succulent, the taste of an artful tandor master's for your supreme pleasure. To prevent from inhaling the wings too fast, break off a fresh-baked piece of Garlic Naan and dip it in the contrast of vibrant green cilantro pesto and a bright tamarind combo sauce. A bite of pungent mango chutney, a sip from a Mango Lassi, and I'm good to go to devour the other delectable delights on the menu.\r \r Steeped in aromatic spices, the Butter Chicken is a spicy delight frought fragrant with cinnamon, cardamon, and peppery overtones. It's faithful companion and perfect coupling with a side of saffrony bastmati rice.\r \r Come for the Wings, stay for the Baklava! I know I have. I've been going since 1992. It's been consistent comfort food and service. Different name (use to be Cedars), new digs (better and chic), with a wonderful tenure of flavor and quality that I keep coming home to.

  • Terrible Vegetarian Indian Food. ***VEGETARIANS BEWARE***
    by  on 01/29/2010

    We dined here for family dinner. Me and my girlfriend are both Vegetarians and Eat a lot of Indian food. As for The Vegetarian Cuisine at Saffron Grill, the food was lifeless, practically flavorless and the three vegetarian dishes we had all tasted exactly the same with small additions like green peppers or mangoes. To top it off, We are almost certain that the Vegetarian Pakoras contained some sort of fish (Biting into the pakoras tasted like a little fish fillet). Possibly contained Fish oil or was fried in the same Oil as their Fish and Chips. ***Vegetarians Beware*** If you truly enjoy Indian food and have dined at other Indian restaurants you would most likely prefer the Maharaja in West Seattle (By far the best Indian food I've found in the Seattle area as of yet, and I've ate at approximately 20 Indian restaurants so I do give other restaurants a chance). Also the Taj Palace in Bellevue has AMAZING Aloo Ghobi. Just Remember that there are options over this EXTREMELY americanized Indian Food. The service was excellent so I had to give them atleast one star, I'm just hoping this Review saves some like minded Vegetarians from a terrible dining experience.

  • Great Indian/Mediteranean
    by  on 10/13/2009

    A friend has been raving about the place. Looks smart outside & inside. We were greeted by the owner. Friendly service. Started with a sampler plate of Bab Ganouj, Hummus, Grape Leaves and Falafel, salad & pita breat. The Baba Ganouj was fantastic - a delicate smokey flavor. Main courses Shish Tawook - a skewer of 5 pieces of chicken & peppers on a bed of rice with some veggies, & more Falafel (which went home). Deserts yummie & bottomless chai tea..

  • Best in Seattle Indian food
    by  on 10/10/2009

    Excellent food, with great spices. this is the place if you want to eat Indian food.

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