Review Roundup: Anchovies & Olives, Perche' No, Barrio

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The restaurant reviews are thick on the ground this week. Why, you can barely stroll through the Interwebs without stubbing your toe on one:

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Review Roundup: Anchovies & Olives, Perche' No, Barrio

  • Review Roundup: Anchovies & Olives, Perche' No, Barrio

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    The restaurant reviews are thick on the ground this week. Why, you can barely stroll through the Interwebs without stubbing your toe on one:

    Allison Scheff at Seattle Magazine visits Anchovies & Olives, and can't quite decide whether it's a great seafood restaurant or just another Ethan Stowell joint. The difference between the former and the latter, she decides, is about who's behind the line.

    Surly Gourmand visits Perche' No in Green Lake, recently reopened after a major fire. He deems it Perche' FUCK No, hinting that he may not have liked the place. Mentions of your mother: 0. Mentions of the word motherfucker: 6. Someone's growing soft.

    At the Times, Providence Cicero shows some love to the ceviche and beautiful people at Capitol Hill's Barrio, while Tan Vinh, who's emerging as the paper's designated cheap eats-er, chows down on the tako tacos at Tako Truk in Eastlake.

    Jay Friedman at Gastrolust compares two restaurants that improbably do pork and beans: BOKA downtown and Olivar in Capitol Hill.

    At the Stranger, Bethany J. Clement decides that A Caprice Kitchen in Crown Hill is like a Miranda July movie: awkward, put together on a shoestring budget, and charming.

    Hillel Cooperman of Tastingmenu and the new P-I finds the chicken katsu and satay surprisingly good at the Chatterbox Cafe, a tiny 12th Ave. cafe patronized by Seattle U students.

     
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