Let’s eat.

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Tacos, salad and chips.

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That egg.

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Ramen at Kizuki Ramen and Izakaya.

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Delicate oysters at Shaker + Spear.

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Sliders and beet toast bites at Miller’s Guild.

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First recipe we tried from the Deliciously Ella recipe book (it’s vegan and GF!).

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Soon du bu from Korean Bamboo.

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Shanghai style stir fried rice cakes, lettuce wraps and egg drop soup at Regent Cafe and Bakery.

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Beet salad, fries and drinks at Queen Anne Beerhall. 

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Brunch salads at Chop Shop.

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Hot pot.

Since our dinner at Boiling Point, I’ve been on a hot pot kick. My latest craving was satisfied at Sichuanese Cuisine, one of my favorite Chinese restaurants and, not surprisingly, one of Seattle’s favorites as well! The quality is average – as seen in the steal of a price below, but the flavor is exactly what you would expect; it’s spicy, filling and rich enough to curb my cravings for a while.

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Blurry dumplings. My favorite in Seattle.

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Noodles in peanut sauce.

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Spicy vs. non-spicy sides.