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The Romance of Chili Cheese Fries

The inexpensive, late-night, bad-for-us food my husband and I ate as we were falling in love.

The Delicious Hand-Ripped Noodles of Xi'an

Plus cumin-stewed meats and bowls of crimson soup at Xi'an Noodles in the University District.

My Favorite Plate of Food in Seattle

The spicy rice cakes at Joule, and the chef who created them.

Warm Service and Stellar Comfort Food at Union Saloon in Wallingford

Union Saloon is the kind of bar you wish was in your neighborhood.

Head to Wicked Chopstix for Lobster Pho and Obama Noodles

Fresh noodles—and perspective—at a Rainier Valley restaurant.

The Stranger's 10 Best Restaurants in Seattle

Seattle's Essential Dining Stops, From Cheap to Upscale, as Recommended by a Stranger Food Writer

Corvus and Co. Doesn't Just Have Good Food—It Also Has Warmth and Soul

What the Owners Have Learned in Their First Six Months in Business

Fighting Fall with a Big Bowl of Soup

Our Bacteria, Ourselves

Ed Yong’s I Contain Multitudes Exposes the Life-Forms Within Us

The City's Best Sushi Is in Ravenna

The Restaurant Is Called Wataru. It's in the Same Building as Salare. Lucky Ravenna.

Four Places to Enjoy Ful, the Most Comforting Breakfast Dish

Try Starting the Day with a Savory Bowl of Fava Beans

JarrBar Is Small, but Its Ambitions Are Big

The Preserved Seafood Is a Preview of Jarr & Co., Which Will Open in Pike Place Market Next Summer

The Imaginative Things Eden Hill's Chef Is Doing at the Top of Queen Anne

I've Tried the Five-Course Blind Tasting Menu and I've Had a Dinner There à La Carte

Seattle's Food Scene Just Got Less Weird and Interesting

Chef Travis Kukull Has Left Mollusk

Morning Star Pop-Up Brunch Returns This Weekend

Welcome to Itto's, West Seattle's Friendly Neighborhood Moroccan Tapas Bar

It's Like Cheers but with Complex Cocktails and Lots of Chermoula

Chef Travis Kukull Is Leaving Mollusk

Flavorful, Wildly Creative Food at No Bones Beach Club

The Menu, Including Buffalo Cauliflower Wings, Just Happens to Be Entirely Vegan

Four Cafes Where the Food Is Much Better Than It Needs to Be

The Best One, Peloton, Is Also a Bike Shop

At Spice King, Breads Rule—Baked, Fried, Griddled, or Stuffed

You Get to Dip Them in All Kinds of Sauces

Enter the Dough Zone

The Dumplings Are Less Expensive Than the Ones at Din Tai Fung and Just as Delicious

Sampling the Spring Harvest at Vendemmia

It takes no risks, and its rewards are small—but tasty. Its owner also runs East Anchor Seafood next door.

I'm Obsessed with a Laotian Pork Sausage Called Sai Ua

You Can Find It at Pestle Rock, Soi, Song Phang Kong, and Vientiane Asian Grocery. It's Also Eaten in North and Northeast Thailand.

What I Gained from Having a Miscarriage

When It Comes to Pregnancy Loss, There's So Much We Don't Talk About or Understand

Chili's South Indian Restaurant Is Back—Bigger and Better Than Ever

Go Right Now and Order a Masala Dosa and the Chettinadu Lamb

Edouardo Jordan Is a Food & Wine Best New Chef

Linda Derschang Is Opening a New Bar Tonight

Enough with Eating Entire Animals—Seattle Restaurants Are Getting Creative with Vegetables and Grains

Bone Broths, Butter Coffee, and Grain Bowls at Bounty Kitchen, Sweetgrass Food Co., and Eve

Amazon Is Giving Its Downtown Employees a World of Restaurant Choices—Will the Rest of the City Show Up to Eat?

The food options at Sixth and Lenora now include Mamnoon Street, Anar, Bar Noroeste, Great State Burger, Marination, and Skillet Regrade. With more to come.

The Time My Family Ordered a Whole Fried Catfish at Rainier Restaurant and BBQ

The smallest catfish they had was five pounds. Their "secret" menu also includes meats like python and alligator.

The 10 New Restaurants You Should Try Right Now

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