At the Seattle Times, Providence Cicero notes the timeliness of the changeover

At the Seattle Times, Providence Cicero notes the timeliness of the changeover from upscale Veil to populist Laredos Grill. She gives the place a little more love than I just did, but has some big reservations. In Dining Deals, Sanjay Bhatt sums up the appeal of New’s Noodles as “If you can’t decide between Thai and Vietnamese . . .” Exactly.The Stranger’s Thadius Van Landingham reviews Cafe Nordo, the dinner-slash-theater that is not dinner theater. For once, the debate in the comments helps flesh out the review.At Tasting Menu/the New P-I, Hillel Cooperman discovers he likes the rustic aspects of Ballard’s Le Gourmand best. Seattle Magazine provides a guide to the city’s Monte Cristos — those deep-fried ham-and-cheese sandwiches served with a side of jam. Voracious pronounces itself intrigued and rather disturbed by the Rusty Pelican’s version on cinnamon-swirl bread.


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