Seattle >Food & Dining > Roti Cuisine Of India
530 Queen Anne Ave N, seattle, WA | Directions 9810947.624209 -122.356589
Neighborhoods: Magnolia - Queen Anne, Lower Queen Anne, Magnolia / Queen Anne
The lunch buffet is hard to pass up. But if you stop by for dinner the lamb curries can't be beat.
Oily food with random spices. Seems like their mantra is, add a lot of butter, cream, oil, and anything tastes good.
Great for someone who doesn't know indian food well, to try something exotic. this food is offensive, only bettered by their mediocre service.
Do yourself a favor - skip this place.
Good a la carte; Bad buffet – When I first ate food at this place, the food was great! It was a la carte and the food was very authentic, flavorful and nice. The next time, I tried their lunch buffet. It was extremely mediocre and people (guests) were not too hygienic when they handled it. I saw one person, eat a little of his plate as he was serving himself. Not that we can blame the restaurant for it.
But again, I would re-emphasize that their a la carte is great and I am a huge fan of their spinach naan (the best you can get in Seattle).
best indian food in seattle – I have been to rotis about 20 times and the food quality is consistent, great ambience better food.
My favorite dishes are methi chicken, paneer jalfrazee and coconut salmon. Do try when you visit lower queen anne
food floating in oil – we went there on friday night ... appetizer were great ... and we had lot of expectation out of main course ... to our disappointment ... all entrees were floating in oil ... food was way too oily ... service was strictly okay
My favourite Indian Restaurant in town – Awesome Food :-)
This is my favourite Indian Restaurant in town. I think the food is just great. I especially love Eggplant Bhartha, Saag Aaloo , Malai Kabab and Coconut Salmon.
Great Place for the Family or Couples! – I have taken my family to Roti several times. I have recommended Roti to friends too. The decor is great and the food is wonderful. We drive over an hour to eat here. The atmosphere is spectacular and the service is above par. The naan is great to us and the mango dishes are mouth watering. I have nothing but great things to say about Roti. If you want good Indian food, Roti is the place to go.
Mouth-Watering Food – I've been here dozens of times, and I must say that this is THE BEST indian food I've ever had, hands down. I usually always get the chicken tikka masala, saag paneer, paneer chilli, fish pakora, samosas, and finally the mango lassi. Also the buffet comes with GREAT selection, all to die for. I always leave Roti Indian Cuisine stuffed and happy, leaving the best taste in my mouth.
It is deff worth a try, leaving you to become a daily costumer (speaking from experience!)
Really not good! – Serve was fine, I was seated promptly, but no one asked if I had ever been there before. I had to ask about the buffet. The naan was rubber the other dishes were all over cooked. I kept trying things hoping I would like something; I did like the mango pudding. If you want really good naan, serves and outstanding food go to Naan-n-Curry in Renton, it is truly amazing!
Roti has a super buffet! – My husband and I were so happy to finally find good Indian food in Seattle.
Coming from Vancouver, B.C. we know what it should taste like.
Roti had a very good buffet selection and the food was fresh. Service was efficient and polite and the prices were very reasonable. Additionally the decor, music and lighting provided a very nice ambience.
Good buffet lunch – $8.50 with tax for nice Indian spread at lunch. I like mine with more heat but the food was yummy. I always order the same when going to Indian so the buffet gave chance to try other dishes. The buffet had tandoori chicken, chicken tikka masala and some ground chicken with peas dish plus four or five vegetarian options then rice and naan. Also a little salad/dessert bar but didn't try that. My friend thought the chicken pieces were a little big in the Tikka Masala but the chicken was very tender and not at all fatty or junk meat. You could really taste the flavor. Naan was pretty good for cooking in big batches and keeping under a heat lamp. I still love fresh out of the oven naan the best!
We got there at 12:30 and hardly a seat to spare! The waiter kept the tables clean and a bonus - left a pitcher of water on each table! This was great since my complaint almost anywhere is water glasses aren't kept full. The decor was cool, looked like something from Vegas. Will go back, my husband would enjoy.
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