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This contemporary pan-Asian favorite is is airy, elegant, and always packed with a chic crowd of loyalists. The popular satay bar features chicken, seafood, beef, lamb and pork, grilled and served with a spicy peanut sauce. The Siam lettuce cups, filled with seared Chilean sea bass, are superb. The Dungeness crab will leave you licking your fingers for every last morsel and counting yourself among the converted. A full bar is available.
The delicious and contemporary spin on Korean cuisine and the cozy ambiance, created by mood lighting and intimate seating arrangements, are what draws people to the Chan Seattle. This Korean restaurant is a great place to grab some beef sliders, vermicelli noodles, calamari salad, pacific oysters, and other sumptuous dishes. They also have happy hours and their cocktail menu is definitely worth a try with some unique and innovative combinations and flavors.
Ba Bar restaurant and bar is all about combining exotic street food with refreshing cocktails. Chef Eric Banh explores Asian flavors and creates simple Vietnamese food with big flavors. Sip on some cocktails which go well with the food menu and do avail of the happy hours available at the bar. The rotisserie lemongrass chicken, vermicelli bowls, pho, Peking duck are some of the dishes which you can try out along with zippy drinks like the Queen Isabella, a concoction of tequila, cinnamon honey syrup and sherry sour, and Hot Apple Dram, a mix of hot apple cider and dark rum.
Annapurna Cafe was started by Roshita Sharma, a native Nepalese herself and today has become a neighborhood staple for Indian and Nepalese cuisine. An intimate and casual ambiance resonates through the ornately decorated dining room, creating the perfect atmosphere to enjoy family affairs, friendly night-outs and special occasions. The well-laid out menu features a variety of specialties like calamari pakoras, lamb kofta, chicken tikka masala, lhasa curry and kathmandu noodle soup. Post-dining patrons can relax in the bar area with cocktails, beers and decent wines. Walk-ins are welcomed.
With its elegantly minimalist decor of light wood with black accents and its artfully presented food, this sleek spot is quite a leap from other restaurants on nearby Broadway. Once you get a seat, you'll be pleased with such inventive house specialties as La Lot Beef (jicama wrapped in beef and betel leaves) and Salmon Steeped in Green Tea Leaves. Monsoon will leave you spellbound with their extremely innovative fusion of Vietnamese and local tastes.
Your first reaction to Paseo Caribbean Restaurant will be wonderment as to how can a restaurant this popular can be this small. Your first glance at the menu may reinforce that reaction. Don't be fooled, though, this is one of the best restaurants in town. Each of the dishes, sandwiches and some grilled dishes, are done well. The garlic prawns are particularly flavorful, and the grilled pork will surely satiate your taste buds. The Midnight Cuban sandwich is a hot favorite among locals, who will vouch for this pork sandwich filled with a generous amount of mayonnaise and garnished with cilantro. Since the compact space is the restaurant's only drawback, make sure you get there early to get a table or simply grab some takeout.
Transporting you to the world of sunny beaches and colorful cocktails, Island Soul offers the best in Caribbean cuisine. From spicy jerk chicken to seafood fritters and their praise worthy coconut corn muffins, this restaurant helps you break routine and try something wonderfully new. So for a getaway spot right here in the city, try out Island Soul Restaurant.
Introducing Australian cuisine to Seattle, Kangaroo & Kiwi is a popular pub in the Ballard neighborhood. And just as they promise, the Australian flavor reflects in the decor, the laid-back ambiance, the classic Australian fare and unlimited flow of beer and wine. An entire day packed with entertainment is assured with the screening of sports matches, a well-equipped game room, happy hour, quiz nights and other weekly events.
This small cafe provides a perfect introduction to Caribbean cuisine. The menu is a tantalizing array of tostone, exotic dips and rice preparations. If the dish names sound unfamiliar, their staff is eager to suggest a nice option to suit your palate. You can enjoy watching the cheerful waiters dance to the Latin music while the delicious fare is served on your platter. All in all, the food, drinks, the ambiance and the people complete a delightful experience.
For a taste of the Islands most flavorful cuisine, try Bahama Breeze. One of the nation's leading Caribbean-inspired restaurants, Bahama Breeze has tropical atmosphere, high ceilings, rich woods and palm tree decor. Its relaxing Island getaway with innovative foods and exotic drinks freshly confected and made to order. You can expect bold and spicy flavors with each meal presented in a way that is as eye-catching as it is appetizing. Whether it's Oak-grilled Sirloin Palomilla or the Chicken Santiago or any one of countless other entrees - and desserts - you will always be satisfied at Bahama Breeze. With more than 50 brands of beer by the bottle, island-style drinks with plenty of fresh squeezed juice, you will be sure to slake your thirst. The Bahamarita, Bahama's signature Frozen Margarita, is a must. Whenever you are in the mood for good food that is reasonably priced with quality service, Bahama Breeze is just the ticket for singles, couples, families or even a business lunch.