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663 Bistro

663 Bistro might not have a perfect health department record, but many Seattleites, including chef Tom Douglas, love the authentic Cantonese fare, especially th...


85°C Bakery Cafe

Known as the "Starbucks of Taiwan," this wildly popular Taiwanese bakery and cafe chain offers affordable pastries and sweets, including fluffy brioche and crea...


A Piece of Cake

APOC serves cake, pastries, and Chinese bakery items. They have a 35-cent surcharge for credit cards.


Aloha Plates

Located within the bustling food courts of Uwajimaya, Aloha Plates serves up what the name implies: Hawaiian food staples, such as heaping portions of Loco Moco...


Ambrosia

Reputed to be one of Seattle's oldest bubble tea shops, Ambrosia is also one of the more overwhelming, in the best possible way. Their menu features so many opt...


Azuma Kaiten


Banh Cuon Tan Dinh Deli

Tan Dinh’s banh mi are said by some to be the best in town. Our investigation found that the pork version could use a few more veggies, but the bread was soft i...


Bao House

This new restaurant in the International District serves Taiwanese steam buns stuffed with fillings like roast duck, fried chicken, and BBQ pork, as well as sid...


Beard Papa's

"The BEST place to get cream puffs." EMILY NOKES


Blackball Desserts

This Taiwanese dessert shop offers treats like shaved ice, bubble tea, jellies, and puddings.


Boiling Point

Boiling Point's selling point is its update of hot pot dining, which traditionally requires a group of people to cook on a tabletop burner. Here, instead, you c...


Bun & Oc

Bun & Oc is a Vietnamese restaurant serving all of the comforting classics, plus dishes you may not have yet tried--like snail soup. In fact, the restaurant is...


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.


Café @ 2100


Café @ PacTower

The pastries, sandwiches, soups, salads, and espresso drinks at this cafe change with the seasons.


Canton Wonton House

A less-than-no-frills but friendly ID soup spot, Canton Wonton House specializes in homemade dumplings, with a nice long list of noodle soups and congees, all p...


Chengdu Taste

The popular Sichuan chain Chengdu Taste, which started in Los Angeles and has locations in Hawaii, Houston, and Las Vegas, plans to open its first location in S...


Chu Minh Tofu & Veggie Deli

With great regret and no small measure of nausea, we retracted our recommendation of Chu Minh Tofu in March 2013.


Ciku's

Ciku's cafe is an all-in-one community space, cafe and wine bar.


Congeez

This stand in Uwajimaya's food court sells steaming bowls of savory rice porridge with toppings like chicken, pork, and tofu, along with other treats like a gri...


Crawfish King

Crawfish, clams, mussels, crab legs, lobster, Dungeness, prawns--you'll find it all here and more, plus an assortment of macarons which pair oddly well with sea...


Dim Sum King

Located within the historic Bush Hotel, this king of dim sum is super: cheap, order at the counter with a handful of tables, and reportedly decent. A city needs...


Dong Thap Noodles

In a city already filled with excellent bowls of highly affordable pho and bún, Dong Thap distinguishes itself with its rice noodles, which are made daily at th...


Dough Zone Dumpling House

Dough Zone specializes in juicy Chinese dumplings like xiao long bao (tender little meatballs and a puddle of broth encased in a delicate wrapper), q-bao (fat,...


Duk Li Dim Sum

Duk Li does not make the best dim sum in Seattle—that you will find at Jade Garden and Monsoon (the latter is more expensive, but a thousand percent less franti...


Dynasty Room

Oasis Tea Zone owner I-Miun Liu's new restauraunt in the former space of the now closed Chinese restaurant Four Seas features Eastern-influenced decor from loca...

Happy Hour: Daily 4-7 pm.


Eastern Cafe

This spacious, high-ceilinged ID spot has coffee, tea, sandwiches, crepes, and gelato, plus beer, wine, and cocktails, too.


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...


Fortuna Cafe

Praised for its pan-fried pea vines, hot pot specials and ultra-cheap "lunch boxes" to go, this cafe/restaurant run by a husband-and-wife team is continuously...


Fruit Bliss Café

A sweet cafê where you can play board games.

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