Spicy Bite Indian Street Food
3550 San Pablo Dam Road, Suite B2
El Sobrante, CA 94803
Malwinder Mavi and his wife, Harkamaljit moved here from Toronto, Canada about five years ago to be closer to family. I met them both at their Spicy Bite restaurant located in Plaza Sobrante on San Pablo Dam Road. Spicy Bite is our Business of the Month for the month of February. And although I did most of my talking with Malwinder, he made it very clear that he drives a truck for a living and that Spicy Bite was completely run by the “ladies.” He motioned to his wife who was cooking some fresh Indian bread called Kulcha.
Malwinder misses the snow in Toronto but doesn’t miss shoveling his driveway every morning. Harkamaljit, on the other hand, doesn’t miss the snow at all and loves the climate here. They both like living in El Sobrante but quickly discovered a lack of what they call “Indian street food” available in the area. He described this type of food as south-Indian and Indo-Chinese cuisine.
About a year ago, Harkamaljit opened up Spicy Bite. They were happy to find a vacancy at Plaza Sobrante, at 3550 San Pablo dam Road, Suite B2. This spot is ideal because of its proximity to the Sikh Temple and the busy San Pablo Dam Road, says Malwinder.
Spicy Bite makes all of their dishes to order. Everything is made fresh. They are open every day, except Mondays, from 11 AM until 9 PM. You can drop by the restaurant or place an order with www.doordash.com and have your food delivered.
Congratulations to Spicy Bite, Indian Street Food, our Business of the Month for February.