or Connect
ChefTalk.com › ChefTalk Cooking Forums › General Discussions › The Late Night Cafe (off-topic) › wheres good to eat in seattle?
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

wheres good to eat in seattle?

post #1 of 3
Thread Starter 
the restaraunt scene changes like lightening there. going to be visiting with another couple in a month. suggestions can range all across the board
excepting a. canlis, b. the needle, and b. anything the purports to be southern. they're from louisiana and they'll be comparing and criticizing all evening! believe me- i know them.
post #2 of 3

can't resist

Sorry, I know we are not supposed to talk food, but I just moved from Seattle to CA and would love to share!

West Seattle -- check it out!
Angelina's for brunch/lunch -- a must
Olivios
For sushi -- next to the antique shop on California (same side as Jefferson square but north)
For Wine -- West Seatle Cellars -- tell Bear Stefanie sent you

If you have any specific questions ask away!
Life is a banquet, and most poor suckers are starving to death! Auntie Mame
Reply
Life is a banquet, and most poor suckers are starving to death! Auntie Mame
Reply
post #3 of 3

Proper Eats in Seattle

For a great aperativo:

The Brooklyn (downtown)-a bakers dozen of thirteen different oysters, you get a menu of that describes all the various types of oysters you are eating, get a glass of champagne.

Great Sushi:

Shiro's (downtown)- The best in the city and pricey, fresh and original.
Izumi's (Totem Lake/Eastside)-Best on the Eastside.

Dim Sum:

Noble Court-(Bellevue) A great variety of authentic dim sum.
Kowloon Seafood (Chinatown)-really big place but fast service

Italian:
Cafe Juanita-(Juanita/Eastside) The best on the Eastside, great pasta, medium-upscale, great meats, original menu, pricey but worth it.

Lampreia-(Downtown) If you want to splurge, this is the place. Beyond Pricey but THE BEST!!!!

Steaks:

El Gaucho (Downtown) With a cigar room and great steaks, this place is a meat lovers haven.

The Metropolitian Grill- (Downtown) Great crab cakes and steaks to die for.

MISC, ETHNIC and SEAFOOD

Lola-greek and morrocan inspired
The Palace Kitchen-NW fare
Etta's Seafood-seafood
Pair-NW fare
La Tutta Bella-pizza

Many more but I have eaten at all of these restaurants and can recommend them. I have eaten at many more that I like but don't love and don't want to spend more of my money on. Good luck!
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: The Late Night Cafe (off-topic)
ChefTalk.com › ChefTalk Cooking Forums › General Discussions › The Late Night Cafe (off-topic) › wheres good to eat in seattle?