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'Ohana Eastside

Happy Hour: Mon-Fri 3-6 pm; Sat-Sun 9-11 pm.


'Ohana Restaurant & Sushi Bar

Happy Hour: Mon-Tue 4-11:30 pm; Wed-Thu 5-7 pm, 9-11:30 pm; Fri 4-7 pm; Sun 9-11:30 pm.


8 - Asian Cuisine

This place inside the Muckleshoot Casino says, "The number 8 is a symbol of luck and wealth in many Asian cultures; our restaurant 8, is Asian cuisine defined....


Aburiya Bento House

This new Belltown sushi spot offers bento boxes and sushi rolls, with happy hour options like nigiri and sashimi sampler boxes and "poke cups" (poke served in a...

Happy Hour: Daily 4-6 pm; Fri-Sat 9-11 pm.


Adana

Nestled on East Pine in Capitol Hill, Adana is a comfortable, friendly Japanese restaurant that offers up crave-worthy comfort food like pork meatballs, yakisob...

Happy Hour: Mon 5 pm-midnight; Daily 5-7 pm, 11 pm-midnight.


Aloha Ramen

Formerly in Greenwood, Aloha Ramen has a classic Japanese ramen-ya menu: noodles, fried rice, gyoza. Some dishes are tweaked island-style, like the deeply grati...


Ann's Teriyaki

Neighborhood teriyaki and pho place in the heart of Ballard with mixed reviews.


Aoki Japanese Grill & Sushi Bar

Aoki is the best sushi value on Broadway. The udon and other hot favorites are also standbys. The neighborhood has enjoyed the little golden-wood sushi bar and...


Arashi Ramen

Ballard’s Arashi Ramen brings even more of the rich, porky broth called tonkotsu to Seattle ramen slurpers. (Arashi’s wildly popular original location is in Tuk...


BB's Teriyaki Grill

A teriyaki haven on the Ave, popular with UW students and loved for its spicy teriyaki sauce and generous helpings of veggies on the side to justify the main, d...


Benihana

At global chain/Seattle institution Benihana, the chefs bow to you from behind your communal tabletop grill, and then prepare, before your eyes, an Asian feast—...


Bento Box


Bento Sushi


Best of Bento


Billy Beach Sushi and Bar

Billy Beach (of Gaba Sushi and Japonessa, and formerly of Kushi Bar and Umi Sake House) finally opened a restaurant named after himself. The “and” in the name c...

Happy Hour: Daily open-7 pm, open-8 pm; Sun open-10 pm.


Broadway Poke & Sushi

A poke and sushi spot boasting super fresh fish and an array of toppings, plus complimentary miso soup with each order.


Buck's Teriyaki Wok

Japanese and Chinese restaurant serving the classics: fried rice, yakisoba, gyoza, tonkatsu and teriyaki. Get the Mongolian Beef--we hear it's good.


Buriyaki Japanese Burger

Inside the Marion Court Food Court, Buriyaki makes a variety of Japanese-ish burgers, including the Katsubu with pork loin and slaw, the Samurai with chicken an...


Bush Garden

The Japanese food at Bush Garden isn't anything special, but the place itself sure is. The foyer is the strangest in Seattle: Fantastical, dark, coiled tree bra...

Happy Hour: Mon-Sat 5-7 pm, 5-8:30 pm.


By Tae

Chef Sun Hong, who has been running a hand roll sushi pop-up called By Tae (meaning "by hand"), has opened this counter in the former space of Petite Galette, w...


Cafe Goldinblack

It’s rare to see a menu with both pastrami sandwiches and kalbi beef, but this Korean-influenced, east-meets-west sandwich shop doesn’t stop there: They also se...


Chinoise Cafe


Chiso


Crepan Crepe World

Your fondest wish has been realized at this Japanese-style crepe place: crepes fused with hot dogs.


Daimonji


Department Bento

Building on the increasingly popular fast-casual build-your-own-bowl concept, Tom Douglas has opened his first restaurant on the Eastside, a bento-themed establ...


Diablo Food Truckz

This food truck serves up yakisoba pan, the popular Japanese sandwich with noodles for meat (and meat!). In terms of ubiquitousness, it is the equivalent of the...


Engimono Ramen & Izakaya

This Northgate ramen joint serves meaty and vegetarian ramen options, including spicy tan tan noodles, and izakaya-style appetizers, like karaage chicken and ta...


Fort St. George

Both the atmosphere—the J-pop and the view of downtown—and the karaage of Fort St. George in the International District are magical. At the end of the restauran...


Fremont Bowl

From the owners of Lake Union’s I Love Sushi, this homestyle Japanese comfort food spot serves heaping donburi-style rice bowls with fresh tuna, salmon, yellowt...

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