Good to Go (to): Julia’s Indonesian Kitchen at Bite of Seattle

I love the idea of Bite of Seattle, but (except for The Alley, hosted by Tom Douglas) regrettably there aren’t as many real restaurants as in the past. You’ll find some fun food, but most of it is from vendors you’ll see at other fairs and festivals around Seattle.

So if you’re headed to the Bite this weekend, allow me to steer you to one of my food finds: Julia’s Indonesian Kitchen. These fine folks are serving (along with other items) Dutch chicken pocket pies for $3; be sure to ask for some spicy sauce, too. It’s nice to have Julia’s at the Bite—and to have an Indonesian restaurant doing Rijstafel in Seattle.

(You can enjoy watching the cooking of some of Seattle’s best chefs by going to the Alki Room and checking out demos at The Bite Cooks, hosted by Rover’s Thierry Rautureau—the chef in the Hat.)

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