TRAVELERS Thali House
Phone us at 206-329-6260
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The word “thali” refers to the platter that holds an array of individual dishes that make a complete Indian meal (no need to order a la carte!). Our thali menu changes monthly to feature dishes appropriate to the season, and to use what’s best in the market. Meals are served on traditional stainless steel thali plates.
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In addition to our monthly special thali
we feature other delicious Indian vegetarian dishes and changing specials. Try our famous chai with Indian sweets and namkeens (salty snacks), or sip one of our many exotic teas and tisanes. Wine and beer and Indian soft drinks are also available.
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Travelers Thali House is open weekdays (Wednesday-Friday), 4:30 until 9pm, and weekends (Saturday-Sunday), 12 noon until 9pm.
For to-go orders and other information, call us at 206-329-6260.
​   TRAVELERS THALI HOUSE
   2524 Beacon Ave. S.
   Seattle, WA 98144      [see map]
Beet and Cabbage Poriyal - a simple stir-fry with simple seasoning; black mustard seed, green chilies, urad dal and curry leaf
Photo: Bob Sarver (2014)
Kosumbari is a kind of salad, made with shredded carrot, green mango and raw moong dal, topped with a little fresh shredded coconut
Photo: Bob Sarver (2014)
Curd Rice is a south Indian favorite - delicately seasoned rice in yogurt with cucumber and toasted spices; perfect with pickle and papad
Photo: Bob Sarver (2014)
DECEMBER THALI: Southern Comforts! The weather is cold and we're dreaming of the warmth of South India - dishes include Mangalorean Gashi with rich bown coconut gravy, Cabbage and Beet Poriyal, Kosumbari salad, homey Curd Rice, and Southern-style Moong and Toor Dal. We'll be serving ourSouth Indian Thali through the end of December. Come and enjoy!

photo by Bob Sarver 2014
HOLIDAY SCHEDULE
closed Christmas/Eve - Dec. 24 & 25
closed New Years Day/Eve - Dec. 31, Jan. 1
creative Indian vegetarian food