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.
From dumplings to noodles to roasted meats to unusual desserts and drinks, here's an eating itinerary that will satisfy your Chinese food cravings.
Here's a look at a spicy place where I will no longer take my chili pepper-fearing friends. But if you can take the heat, you should go.
Three recent and three previous meals at Portland, one of which was one of my most memorable meals of 2014.
For Eater Seattle, here are my recommendations of great Vietnamese restaurants in the city.