Embrace the quirky experience, and you're in for a delicious bargain and some of the best Thai food in town.
Little Ting's serves my favorite noodles two ways: you po mian and "in ribs and seaweed soup."
I expect that many young, monied people will Uber their way to the stylish Girin to swig makgeolli out of metal bowls and devour plates of meats that run from raw to grilled.
Already the largest festival of its kind in Canada, the this year the event offers an expanded lineup and features top culinary stars, food producers, and restaurants from across North America and beyond.
The rule of finding quality Korean food in the Seattle area has remained largely the same over the years: Get out of town, driving well north or south of the city center. Here are some recommended restaurants.
Aside from a perfect partner, is it strange that the first thing I like to see in the morning is a bowl of soup noodles? And while many prefer pho, I have a different favorite.
Chili-lemongrass spot prawns shined with Asian flavors, earthy ingredients added pizzazz to silky pappardelle pasta, and a duck breast dish wowed with a bold brodo.
Thai restaurants are fairly ubiquitous in Seattle, though they can be uninspiring with many of the menus looking alike. With so many to choose from, here are the ones that rise above the rest, along with specific dishes to try.
This is a city with a quality bakery scene, patience for pour-over coffee, a farmers market that offers interesting contrast to Seattle’s, a wide variety of Asian food, and some creative Californian cuisine, often with twists.
A look at developments in the area's Chinese food scene in 2014, plus something to look forward to in 2015.