Fort St George

★★★★☆
  • 601 S King St 202

    Seattle, WA 98104

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  • 206-382-0662

About Fort St George

Hours
Mon-Sat 8am-5pm

Food

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When my boyfriend took me to Fort St. George I wasn't too impressed with the location or atmosphere but their food definitely made up for it. I always get shrimp doria, which is rice, shrimp, and cheese topped with white sauce and baked. My boyfriend swears by the pork or chicken katsu with curry. The price is reasonable.

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When my boyfriend took me to Fort St. George I wasn't too impressed with the location or atmosphere but their food definitely made up for it. I always get shrimp doria, which is rice, shrimp, and cheese topped with white sauce and baked. My boyfriend swears by the pork or chicken katsu with curry. The price is reasonable.

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I go here when I need a taste of food I could only find in Japan. It is a unique melding of Western/Japanese tastes that is successful and feeds my nostalgia! Highly recommend the omelette-rice!!!!

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I go here when I need a taste of food I could only find in Japan. It is a unique melding of Western/Japanese tastes that is successful and feeds my nostalgia! Highly recommend the omelette-rice!!!!

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This place is about as authentic as you can get. The menu is what you might find in a kissaten (cafe) in Japan. Not your typical Japanese favorites that you see in the U.S. The doria is very good. Haven't had the om-rice, but will try soon. The curry rice dishes are decent too. They used to allow smoking there, but with the recent ban, it is now smoke free, I believe. If you have ever lived in Japan and miss the kissaten fare, try this place.

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★★★★☆

This place is about as authentic as you can get. The menu is what you might find in a kissaten (cafe) in Japan. Not your typical Japanese favorites that you see in the U.S. The doria is very good. Haven't had the om-rice, but will try soon. The curry rice dishes are decent too. They used to allow smoking there, but with the recent ban, it is now smoke free, I believe. If you have ever lived in Japan and miss the kissaten fare, try this place.

Pros: Authentic, Good food, Manga

Cons: Drab decor

 

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