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I was talking about banh mi last night with a friend whose Vietnamese American coworkers are obsessive lunch-hunters. When I told him my favorite ID… Continue reading
Everything tastes better outside. Maybe thats because theres so much talent walking by.
Sour soup, salty donuts, and other Cambodian specialties at Queens Deli.
Recently spotted on the windows of the Canterbury, Capitol Hill's favorite grimy Tudor inn:I can't believe that the Canterbury is the first business on 15th… Continue reading
Thin Wheat Line is a weekly dive into the pasta bowls of Seattle.Noodle: Fiore con funghiSource: Perche' No Pasta e Vino, 1319 N. 49th St.,… Continue reading
A quick look at who's being reviewed by whom:At the Times, Providence Cicero shows some love to Pizzeria Pulcinella in Rainier Beach. The same cannot… Continue reading
The Fremont counter knows exactly what you want, and theyre going to give it to you as sustainably as you can handle.
Let's hope they don't catch a stray ray of sun and burst into flames:At the Times, Providence Cicero shows some love to Urbane in the… Continue reading
A few notes that didn't make it into this week's review of lesser-known antojitos:1. Perfection is not a virtue when it comes to forming pupusas,… Continue reading
From Belle Epicurean on Fourth and University. Seasonal, buttery, just tart enough. This is why I work out.… Continue reading
Unfortunately not far enough.
Thin Wheat Line is a weekly Voracious feature about noodles in Seattle.Noodle: SaiminSource:Kona Kitchen, 8501 Fifth Ave. N.E., 517-5662. Price: $6.99Let's just get this straight:… Continue reading
Food news you can digest:When Local Makes It Big by Kim Severson (NY Times): Heard this on NPR last night when I was driving and… Continue reading
Revive your interest in Mexican food with the lesser-known antojitos.
You can always identify critics by our spindly, evil fingers.This week's restaurant reviews:At the Times, Providence Cicero writes up the Fall City Roadhouse, while Michael… Continue reading
Not fusion, but a syncretization of spicy seafood with a French influence.
Last time I summarized all the restaurant closures, I looked at all the other cities making the same list and thought, damn, Seattle's doing well.… Continue reading
Remember that post I posted last week -- one day late -- about KFC offering free samples of its new grilled chicken? Apparently, the promotion… Continue reading
It's Cinco de Mayo week. Time to don your fake sombrero and get sloshed on cheap tequila! Nancy Leson writes up a few taquerias: La… Continue reading