The Saffron Patch
Traditional Indian food for all palates
Saffron is a spice from the flower of the saffron crocus. It's exotic, flavorful and used in authentic Indian cooking. You don’t have to travel far to taste saffron and unique combinations of 37 other spices that Sheela Sogal, founder of Saffron Patch, uses.
Located in the Tower East building on Chagrin Road, its location is accessible to all, and flavors are suited to every palate. There are numerous vegetarian options in appetizers and main meals. Chicken, seafood, and lamb are offered in many different styles.
Don’t be put off by the stereotypical thought of curry and hot, spicy food. With so many spices you can find subtle flavorings in any dish. Ask for your food mild or hot; it's all made to order with two exceptions: the chicken vindaloo and the lamb madras, which are off the Scoville Scale.
Choose from familiar drinks to quench your thirst or venture into something new like Mango Madras or a Navan Cosmo.
The smells are tantalizing. The clay ovens, called tandoors, lend a “you’re not in Cleveland” feel, and yet you are a short drive away form all the comforts of home.