Tacos, salad and chips.
Ramen at Kizuki Ramen and Izakaya.
Delicate oysters at Shaker + Spear.
Sliders and beet toast bites at Miller’s Guild.
First recipe we tried from the Deliciously Ella recipe book (it’s vegan and GF!).
Soon du bu from Korean Bamboo.
Shanghai style stir fried rice cakes, lettuce wraps and egg drop soup at Regent Cafe and Bakery.
Beet salad, fries and drinks at Queen Anne Beerhall.
Brunch salads at Chop Shop.
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.
Blurry dumplings. My favorite in Seattle.
Noodles in peanut sauce.
Spicy vs. non-spicy sides.