Mirch Masala

★★★★☆
  • 213 Broadway Ave E

    Seattle, WA 98102

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  • 206-709-0111

About Mirch Masala

Hours
Monday 3:00 PM - 9:00 PM Tuesday 3:00 PM - 9:00 PM Wednesday 3:00 PM - 9:00 PM Thursday 3:00 PM - 9:00 PM Friday 3:00 PM - 9:00 PM Saturday 3:00 PM - 9:00 PM Sunday 3:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Food

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I work on Broadway and am a regular at Mirch Masala. The lunch buffet is great--it varies daily, although there are a few items that are there every day (like their yummy butter chicken). I am a big fan of the vegetarian Goan curry and the channa masala, two staples of the buffet. The great food coupled with warm service (friendly and timely) makes Mirch a worthy lunch spot.

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I work on Broadway and am a regular at Mirch Masala. The lunch buffet is great--it varies daily, although there are a few items that are there every day (like their yummy butter chicken). I am a big fan of the vegetarian Goan curry and the channa masala, two staples of the buffet. The great food coupled with warm service (friendly and timely) makes Mirch a worthy lunch spot.

Pros: Great food, warm service

Cons: They need more customers to keep them afloat on an expensive strip like Broadway.

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Funny how if you go to a Chinese restaurant in India (I have), it tastes like Indian food. Actually, that's a really interesting combination. Yum.

A little stranger is an Indian restaurant in America that tastes like Chinese food. My companion and I both agreed, that is exactly how we'd characterize it.

This restaurant lives up to its name (Mirch = Hot Pepper, Masala = Spices). The Butter Chicken sauces, Naan, and Mango Lassi were all yummy, but a little salty. The tandoori Chicken Alfraidi might well have been served at Snappy Dragon. The chicken in my Butter Chicken had a similar Chinese taste. I'd say they were all on the oily side compared to most Indian restaurants. I hate to be prejudiced, but maybe I should've expected this when all the employees working there were Asian, not Indian.

Heavy spices somewhat make up for the lack of identity. The atmosphere is a little confused, too, but nice.

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★★★☆☆

Funny how if you go to a Chinese restaurant in India (I have), it tastes like Indian food. Actually, that's a really interesting combination. Yum.

A little stranger is an Indian restaurant in America that tastes like Chinese food. My companion and I both agreed, that is exactly how we'd characterize it.

This restaurant lives up to its name (Mirch = Hot Pepper, Masala = Spices). The Butter Chicken sauces, Naan, and Mango Lassi were all yummy, but a little salty. The tandoori Chicken Alfraidi might well have been served at Snappy Dragon. The chicken in my Butter Chicken had a similar Chinese taste. I'd say they were all on the oily side compared to most Indian restaurants. I hate to be prejudiced, but maybe I should've expected this when all the employees working there were Asian, not Indian.

Heavy spices somewhat make up for the lack of identity. The atmosphere is a little confused, too, but nice.

Pros: Heavy spices, good prices, wide selection of standard Indian fare, good veggie menu

Cons: Confused identity, strikingly similar to American Chinese food

 

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