Kaname

★★★★★
  • 610 S Jackson St

    Seattle, WA 98104

    Map & Directions
  • 206-682-1828

About Kaname

Hours
Sat: 5pm-10pm, Sun: 5pm-9pm, Tue-Thu: 11:30am-2pm, 5pm-9pm, Fri: 11:30am-2pm, 5pm-10pm

Food

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The good news here is that if you enjoy Japanese food or other pan-Asian foods, and enjoy home-made meals, that's what this place offers. The wood interior is nice, and the servers are all very nice and are not intrusive, and not

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★★★★★

The good news here is that if you enjoy Japanese food or other pan-Asian foods, and enjoy home-made meals, that's what this place offers. The wood interior is nice, and the servers are all very nice and are not intrusive, and not

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Affordable, quality, authentic Japanese food in a gorgeous woody location. Izakaya (On premises consumption of alcohol & food) dishes are akin to small-plate dishes or tapas, but they also have traditional entrees. They have a full bar, featuring shochu (distilled alcohol made of rice, sweet potato, barley - similar to vodka) which outsells sake in Japan.

Owner's wife is from Kagoshima & her brother, interior designer in Kagoshima, designed the gorgeous wood paneled restaurant. Full bar made from sequoia.

Try the "garlic gobo fry" a deep-fried burdock root similar to french fries for a starter. They sell the most "saba"(mackerel) in the International District. Known for their bento boxes thanks to chef Yari-san that owned the former Togetsu. Also they serve Kyushu-style ramen & they boil a whole leg bone for 8-10 hours to make the broth.

This is a family restaurant even though they have a separate bar. I had my 40th birthday party there and it's great for large parties.

2
★★★★★

Affordable, quality, authentic Japanese food in a gorgeous woody location. Izakaya (On premises consumption of alcohol & food) dishes are akin to small-plate dishes or tapas, but they also have traditional entrees. They have a full bar, featuring shochu (distilled alcohol made of rice, sweet potato, barley - similar to vodka) which outsells sake in Japan.

Owner's wife is from Kagoshima & her brother, interior designer in Kagoshima, designed the gorgeous wood paneled restaurant. Full bar made from sequoia.

Try the "garlic gobo fry" a deep-fried burdock root similar to french fries for a starter. They sell the most "saba"(mackerel) in the International District. Known for their bento boxes thanks to chef Yari-san that owned the former Togetsu. Also they serve Kyushu-style ramen & they boil a whole leg bone for 8-10 hours to make the broth.

This is a family restaurant even though they have a separate bar. I had my 40th birthday party there and it's great for large parties.

Pros: Lots of seating, great for large parties

Cons: Run out of good shochu

 

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