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Celebrate 6 years of Spice Waala + National Mango Lassi Day

This Indian street food spot is celebrating with a giveaway + roll out of new menu items.

Aakanksha Sinha stands between two staff members, one whom is smiling and giving a thumbs up. They all stand behind the serving counter in the kitchen.

Dr. Aakanksha Sinha (middle) started Spice Waala with her husband Uttam Mukherjee (not pictured).

Photo by SEAtoday staff

Six years ago, Indian street food spot Spica Waala was born — the product of two foodies, one with a passion for food justice + the other for business.

Dr. Aakanksha Sinha + Uttam Mukherjee founded Spice Waala as an opportunity to provide accessible Indian eats in Seattle and hot meals to those in need, all in one venture.

Since 2018, the establishment has expanded to three locations (Capitol Hill, Ballard, and Columbia City) and served over 45,000 free meals through the nonprofit Mary’s Place. That’s a win-win.

To celebrate their longevity + support from the community for their delicious bites and even yummier social service, Spice Waala is having a special promo.

On Friday, April 26 (also National Mango Lassi Day) all locations are giving away free mango lassis while supplies last.

The restaurant is also launching limited-edition Kathi Rolls. Stop by each Wednesday, May 1-May 15, to try the bonus menu items.

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