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Located in the international district of Seattle and established in 1904, Maneki continues to offer traditional and authentic Japanese sushi and dishes at shockingly reasonable prices. Menu items include spider rolls, ten-zaru soba noodles, gyozas, chicken karaage, avacado ponzu and much more. Make a reservation for your group and enjoy your meal in a Tatami room, where you can try the traditional Japanese-style seating on the floor. Try a sake from the bar, which is open daily until midnight.
Under a bright red awning in the International District, you will find this little restaurant specializing in delectable Chinese-style barbecued meats. The restaurant is small and minimally decorated, but it's popular among locals. The patrons come primarily from the neighborhood, but when it's game day at Safeco Field, stadium-goers fill the place up. Crispy duck and chicken are probably the most popular dishes. Other barbecued meats include excellent pork, and the restaurant also offers a variety of Cantonese dishes.
If you are in the mood for some delicious barbecue dishes but happen to be on a budget, come to 663 Bistro. This cozy restaurant offers a variety of Chinese barbecue specialties including roast duck, whole roasted lobster and Barbecue Honey Spare Ribs. Delicious appetizers like Salt and Pepper Squid and Pan Fried Pot Stickers act as a delightful beginning to the meal as do their many soup options. The restaurant also offers a wide variety of traditional Chinese dishes like Conjee, noodles, fried rice, hot pot varieties and curries.
With a mix of urban industrial design that display steel beams and brick walls opposite blue damask wallpaper, Café Presse offers a post-modern take on French dining. Grab your morning coffee and pastry at the street-side counter, then linger at a cafe table over a baguette sandwich and glass of wine for lunch. Join friends in the evening for cocktails and if you planning a late dinner, the kitchen serves its wonderful Steak Frites until closing.
Rancho Bravo Tacos serves some of the best burritos in Capitol Hill. Their chicken tacos and burritos have created a steady fan base in the neighborhood. Some of the dishes of Rancho Bravo Tacos that the locals would vouch for include Steak Taco, Bravo Burrito and Pork Tamale. With down-to-earth prices and a friendly atmosphere, this is definitely a must-visit in Seattle.
The decor at Pecos Pit Barbeque is virtually nonexistent, unless you consider outdoor tables and take out windows decor, but the eatery serves up delicious helpings of its speciality - pork. The meat is offered in just about every shape and size, and slathered with one of the best barbeque sauces in town. Unless you have a tongue of steel, or you are feeling adventurous, you might want to stay away from the hot sauce!
Thai Tom is a favorite of students of the University of Washington, which is just a block away. Throughout the day, Thai Tom is bustling and packed to the gills with college kids, so be prepared to wait at least a few minutes for a table. Once you’re seated, you’ll find the menu to be typical Thai fare, like Pad Thai, curries, noodle soups, and stir-fried dishes. The service is quick, but be aware that their star system for the spiciness level is high, so order one and a half stars if you usually request two.
Taqueria la Pasadita is one of the most popular tacos trucks in the neighborhood. This round-the-clock food truck has a great range of tacos, burritos and combo meals along with the usual Mexican sides such as avocado, guacamole and sour cream. Some of the choices from the combo meal options are combo pollo asado, carne asada and steak ranchero. Taqueria la Pasadita is an ideal choice if you like Mexican street food.