The new Spice Bridge “Global Food Hall” brings a world of flavors to Tukwila and the Soundside region
In an era of take-out dining, where can you order food from eight restaurants, with flavors from three continents and 12 different countries? The recently opened Spice Bridge is described as a “Global Food Hall” in the heart of Tukwila and the Soundside region.
According to Eater Seattle, four restaurants are currently open with four more slated to open in October. Eater Seattle has a great profile of each restaurant.
What is open at Spice Bridge in Tukwila?
Moyo Kitchen serves Somali-Kenyan-Tanzanian fusion food inspired by Zanzibar, which is the spice capital of the world. Online ordering is available.
Seatango Foods serves fresh facturas (Argentinian pastries) made from scratch, Alfajores, empanadas, coffee, teas, Milanesas sandwiches, and more at their Spice Bridge kiosk.
Taste of Congo is cooking some of the only Congolese food in the region. Chef Caroline has built an authentic menu based on traditional recipes she learned from her mother in Kinshasa, the capital of Congo.
Jazze’s (Afghani cuisine), Theary Cambodian Foods (Cambodian/Khmer cuisine), Wuha “fast” Ethiopian food and Wengay’s Kitchen are opening in October.
Afella Jollof Catering offers authentic Gambian & Senegalese cuisine.
The Spice Bridge – a space for food entrepreneurs
The new 2,800 square foot culinary incubator, operated by the Food Innovation Network, has a commercial kitchen with four cooking stations, four food stalls and a community dining area. According to the Food Innovation Network, the “space accommodates up to 20 food businesses that either rent retail stalls in the public dining area or use the kitchen for off-site sales, such as catering and farmers markets.”
The food hall supplies space and support to help business owners, including women and immigrant entrepreneurs, launch and scale successful local businesses. The hall solves a significant challenge to food entrepreneurs – access to affordable food kitchen preparation and serving space. By locating Spice Bridge next to the Tukwila Village Farmers Market and 400 new apartment units, the project also helps create access to fresh, local and affordable food options in Tukwila.
The Food Hall has safe takeout options and outdoor dining. The Spice Bridge is located at Tukwila Village at 14200 Tukwila International Blvd. Suite 141, Tukwila, WA 98168.
A special thanks to Denise Miller with Global to Local for the images and to Kara Martin with the Food Innovation Network for her help on developing the article.
Interested in our latest start-up and innovation news from the Soundside region, read more on the Soundside Alliance’s Innovation and Entrepreneurship blog.