Seattle >Qazis Indian Restaurant
Great Seattle Indian. Pretty solid Seattle Indian food option. This area (Fremont) and The University District are chalk full of great ethnic food. This is a good restaurant in that category. Nice buffet, lunch, dinner, etc. And outdoor seating in the summer is a plus.
Great standy Seattle Indian Restaurant. It's not the best, but I give it 5 stars for what it is: super solid Indian - and authentic Indian food - in Seattle. Great buffet, nice lunch, great dinners and a good price.
You MUST Eat HERE!.
My husband and I decided to visit Qazi's because Qazi is his last name too. We were thrilled with the service, food, and presentation. We were treated like royalty and they didn't even know they were serving a "relative!"
"Americanized" Indian Food.
Food was ok, a little bland for my taste (Iam a native from the subcontinent).
It might go well for someone just starting his/her journey into the world of Indian food, But there are other, better options if you are "well travelled"
Editorial Review. This popular Indian lunch buffet spot draws in droves of Fremont workers; their dinner menu features curries and other standards.
Good location.. I had the lunch buffet here and was impressed with the many options and the high quality. Really, they have alot of dishes to try. The atmosphere is open and the servers did a great job filling my water regularly. I'll come back on a nice evening and sit outside.
Excellent service, good food, kids friendly,romantic interior.
This place stands out from other Indian/Pak resturants. Great Fusion food .. Food is not oily and its all made in butter that gives a unique tatste that you dont find in any other Indo-Pak resturant.
I will definately recomend this place
Great Indian Food.
This is a very good casual Indian place. I have been there about 8-10 times. I have noticed that the food is better on Friday and Saturday nights-- I don't know if they have a different chef, but the lack of consistency is noticeable. When you order your food "spicy hot" here, it comes spicy hot, so watch out. This is the only Indian place in Seattle where I have ordered it as spicy as it comes and had a hard time eating it.
The place would be better if they had a wider variety of Indian Beers. The selection on the lunch buffet is a little small . I recommend the Chicken Makhani, the Saag Paneer, and what they call "Eggplant" but I know from other places as the Eggplant Bhartha or Benghan Bhartha.
Thanks for the review, we truly appreciate it. We have changed our cooking methods so that the consistency is there for what were well known as our Saturday and Friday night 'hits'. Thanks for noticing.
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