Travel: Seattle Eats
Seattle eats – where to eat in Seattle? I can tell you! Back in March we spent 3 days in the heart of this beautiful city and we had some of the best eats ever (oh, and one of the worst, too).
We booked Queen Anne Flats and our second choice was Mad Flats. One of the reasons why choosing between the two was difficult is because of Little Uncle, the restaurant right below Mad Flats. It made Bon Appetit’s top 50 list in 2016. How do you turn that down? Well, you pick the better place and make the drive for the food. The problem? Bon Appetit got it wrong. Very wrong!
Found in Capitol Hill this Thai restaurant has a nice vibe. It’s fresh and clean. The steam buns are awesome (so my husband says), yet the pad thai is bad. Very bad. It’s sour and off putting. We’ve had probably about 15-20 different pad thai’s in our life, even in Thailand, and not one has been bad until this one. Steer clear and skip this joint.
This is the king of all grocery stores I’ve ever been to. The queen, that would be Whole Foods. Yes, this place has them beat. Shocking, right? You need to check it out. Building your own poke is awesome.
Where do chefs eat? I got this book for Bryce at Christmas and it’s been so fun to eat at some highly recommended restaurants. The Walrus and the Carpenter is by far one of the best – worth the travel.
We’re in Capitol Hill again for some Mexican eats coming from a dive bar. The best part? All the hot sauces right there at the table. If you’re looking for a cheap place with decent food, then eat at Bimbos.
That’s it, that’s all!
If you visit only one place, make it The Walrus and the Carpenter. If you have time for lunch, too, then hit up Los Agaves. Thanks for visiting and happy travelling (and eating!).