From 19th Avenue between Roy and Aloha.
Oma Bap (think Korean fast food?) opened next door and we gave it a try. It wasn’t the best or most traditional Korean food I’ve had in Seattle, but its casual vibe and convenient fare can be appreciated on First Hill.
Korean pancakes were pretty good.
Ba Bar’s new breakfast includes a tasty shrimp and bacon omelet.
Detox banana split.
Catered Chipotle for lunch at work. Being able to customize exactly what I want and how much of it I want makes this the best Chipotle experience I have had.
Work Happy Hour at Brave Horse Tavern in South Lake Union.
The infamous Red Velvet Cake at Kingfish Cafe in Capitol Hill.
Their Fried Chicken Plate rivals that of Ma’Ono, but the latter might be my favorite.
Coffee and sweets for breakfast @ Ba Bar. Typical.
Dinner with my niecy (Kristan) @ King Noodle. This is one kind of checklist that I don’t mind looking through. It’s too bad I can’t check everything off!
Beef balls, brisket and QQ noodles.
Cabbage, mushroom, seaweed and vermicelli noodles.
Samurai Noodle, a Seattle favorite for Ramen and Japanese snack staples like Takoyaki and Gyoza.
Spicy Miso Ramen with pork, bamboo and corn.
Dipping noodles with pork and bamboo.