Smith Tower on a sunny day.
Mediterranean delivery for dinner.
Lunch at Citrus Thai, a local workplace favorite.
Friend reunion at Boiling Point.
Dinner at Wing Wah Bistro. We’re still deep in the honeymoon phase with this restaurant.
Kale Limeade from Juicebox on Capitol Hill.
Dinner at Il Bistro. David and I have been meaning to try this place for so long (especially seeing some of the Beverly Hills housewives dine there on the show), and we finally decided to go after a casual Sunday walking around the city. We were quite under dressed when compared to the theater-going, special-occassion-celebrating, business-meeting crowd, but now we know to dress it up a tad bit next time we go.
Lebanese cuisine at Cafe Munir to celebrate Sinae’s birthday!
Falafel salad and a gluten free brownie at Cherry St. Coffee house.
David’s baked sweet potato with greek yogurt, bacon and chives.
Cantonese BBQ and dim sum treats.
Soon du bu and banchan.
Rice cakes and kung pao shrimp and scallop at Yea’s Wok.
Taiwanese noodles and cold dishes at Toy’s Cafe.
Szechuan style beef noodle soup.
Our go-to spot for Friday dinners: Sushi Maru.
Shrimp tempura roll topped with seared salmon and eel.
Vegetable Fried Rice.
Bitter Melon sauteed in black bean sauce.
Dinner at a French restaurant Cassis on Alki Beach.
Stir fried tofu and broccoli over cold sesame noodles.
Brunch at Tilikum Place Cafe.
Tilikum Fry Up. Reminiscent of English breakfast.
Soup dumplings, stir fried rice cake and beef noodle soup at Din Tai Fung.
Simple breakfast with a focus on fruit.
Soy-garlic glazed salmon with sweet potato medallions and roasted asparagus.
Finally tried BCD Tofu House, and now I see why there’s such a fuss over it. It was amazing.
Salad and the famous tomato basil soup at Nordstrom Cafe.
Sunday dim sum.
Lunch with Steph at Cherry St. Cafe.
Boiling Point reunion with Emily.