Bambuza Vietnamese Bistro

★★★★☆
  • 820 Pike St

    Seattle, WA 98101

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  • 206-219-5555

About Bambuza Vietnamese Bistro

Hours
Fri-Sun 11am-10pm, Mon-Thu 11am-9pm

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Yesterday my five friends and I decided to try out Bambuza before heading to a show at the Paramount. I always walk by/drive by them on my way to and from work but never thought to stop in before but after one of my friends insisted that we go I figured I'd give it a shot.

The atmosphere is fantastic with the glowing laterns and candle light. The place feels very intimate and inviting.

The food was the best Vietnamese Food I've ever had (I grew up in Southern California so that means a lot)! We had the Drunken Chicken, Luc Lac Beef, and for appettizers we had the Bambuza Salad Rolls and Honey Walnut Prawns.

The service was great too. The staff is friendly, knowledgable, and attentive (and not to mention some of them are very good looking).

I'm was so pleased with my experience at Bambuza, I decided to blog about eating somewhere it for the first time. I will definitely be back to the restaurant a lot and it won't be just before shows anymore.

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★★★★★

Yesterday my five friends and I decided to try out Bambuza before heading to a show at the Paramount. I always walk by/drive by them on my way to and from work but never thought to stop in before but after one of my friends insisted that we go I figured I'd give it a shot.

The atmosphere is fantastic with the glowing laterns and candle light. The place feels very intimate and inviting.

The food was the best Vietnamese Food I've ever had (I grew up in Southern California so that means a lot)! We had the Drunken Chicken, Luc Lac Beef, and for appettizers we had the Bambuza Salad Rolls and Honey Walnut Prawns.

The service was great too. The staff is friendly, knowledgable, and attentive (and not to mention some of them are very good looking).

I'm was so pleased with my experience at Bambuza, I decided to blog about eating somewhere it for the first time. I will definitely be back to the restaurant a lot and it won't be just before shows anymore.

Pros: Food, Location, and Price

Cons: Parking

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On our last trip to Seattle my wife and I went to a Vietnamese restaurant called Bambuza on the corner of 9th and Pike. This is one of the best establishments we have had the pleasure of dining at in quite some time. Not only were the staff a pleasure, but the atmosphere was very pleasing, the prices were more than reasonable, but the food was impecable!! The service was amazingly fast, and they made you feel like you were the only customer, though there were several tables full. The establishment was very clean, including the restrooms. They are open for lunch and dinner and serve an array of mouth watering foods cooked to a perfection hence no condiments provided on the tables. Their web page can be found at www.bambuza~ Take a look and take a taste, you will not be dissapointed!!
David Dammann
Port Orchard Wa.

2
★★★★★

On our last trip to Seattle my wife and I went to a Vietnamese restaurant called Bambuza on the corner of 9th and Pike. This is one of the best establishments we have had the pleasure of dining at in quite some time. Not only were the staff a pleasure, but the atmosphere was very pleasing, the prices were more than reasonable, but the food was impecable!! The service was amazingly fast, and they made you feel like you were the only customer, though there were several tables full. The establishment was very clean, including the restrooms. They are open for lunch and dinner and serve an array of mouth watering foods cooked to a perfection hence no condiments provided on the tables. Their web page can be found at www.bambuza~ Take a look and take a taste, you will not be dissapointed!!
David Dammann
Port Orchard Wa.

Pros: Great food at a great price

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Let's get the negative out of the way first. The service was a little slow but I'm willing to attribute that to being understaffed and a bit busier than they probably expected on a Monday night.

Now for the good stuff! Start with the lobster wontons. I was expecting decent lobster given this is Seattle but overloaded with cream cheese as is common in wontons and rangoons. We were delighted by juicy lobster encased in fried wontons with flavorful veggies, no cream cheese to be found anywhere! The cocktails were top notch and potent too! If you're a mint fan like me, go for their version of a mojito, it'll knock your socks off!

Dinner was brought out and my partner had the ginger pork over jasmine rice. While he raved about it I indulged in their Saigon Combination bowl over perfectly cooked vermicelli noodles. I'm no pasta expert, but these were done well and carried the flavors and spices of the various meats, veggies and special house fish sauce surprisingly well. The spices were mild but blended for a unique flavor. Now I'm a guy who likes really spicy food and I certainly wouldn't rank this particular entree with even one star but I wouldn't have had it any other way. It was the perfect balance.

I wish we had had the room for desert. Next time we'll be trying the coconut ginger flan!

2
★★★★☆

Let's get the negative out of the way first. The service was a little slow but I'm willing to attribute that to being understaffed and a bit busier than they probably expected on a Monday night.

Now for the good stuff! Start with the lobster wontons. I was expecting decent lobster given this is Seattle but overloaded with cream cheese as is common in wontons and rangoons. We were delighted by juicy lobster encased in fried wontons with flavorful veggies, no cream cheese to be found anywhere! The cocktails were top notch and potent too! If you're a mint fan like me, go for their version of a mojito, it'll knock your socks off!

Dinner was brought out and my partner had the ginger pork over jasmine rice. While he raved about it I indulged in their Saigon Combination bowl over perfectly cooked vermicelli noodles. I'm no pasta expert, but these were done well and carried the flavors and spices of the various meats, veggies and special house fish sauce surprisingly well. The spices were mild but blended for a unique flavor. Now I'm a guy who likes really spicy food and I certainly wouldn't rank this particular entree with even one star but I wouldn't have had it any other way. It was the perfect balance.

I wish we had had the room for desert. Next time we'll be trying the coconut ginger flan!

Pros: central location, reasonably priced, not kid-friendly

Cons: not kid-friendly

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This place is near my work, and makes for a good lunch time. The atmosphere is light-hearted and pleasant. The food is fresh and delicious and you can order really healthy here.

4
★★★★☆

This place is near my work, and makes for a good lunch time. The atmosphere is light-hearted and pleasant. The food is fresh and delicious and you can order really healthy here.

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Delicious vegetable lettuce wraps are very tasty and a good appetizer.The coconut shrimp curry with rice was just the right portion for lunch, service was quick and friendly.

2
★★★★☆

Delicious vegetable lettuce wraps are very tasty and a good appetizer.The coconut shrimp curry with rice was just the right portion for lunch, service was quick and friendly.

Pros: Fresh well prepared food!

Cons: Cheapest parking lot nearby is $7.00 for 2 hours, otherwise park on the street

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Bambuza is one of our favorite Seattle restaurants; a performance at the Paramount isn't nearly as good if we haven't dined at Bambuza first. The menu has so many gems it's hard to pick just one. My favorites are the traditional dishes like claypot catfish, my husband loves the wok specialties like cognac luc lac beef, the chicken salad and fresh mango salads are exquisite or try the honey glazed chicken over rice.

We have been coming to Bambuza for several years and the service can vary - while always friendly it can at times be slow, however the owner is usually on site on the weekends and you can always ask to speak with him. The chairs are a bit uncomfortable; it would be nice if there were seat cushions and carpeting would lessen the noise. However, the interior is attractive and the food is absolutely wonderful.

2
★★★★★

Bambuza is one of our favorite Seattle restaurants; a performance at the Paramount isn't nearly as good if we haven't dined at Bambuza first. The menu has so many gems it's hard to pick just one. My favorites are the traditional dishes like claypot catfish, my husband loves the wok specialties like cognac luc lac beef, the chicken salad and fresh mango salads are exquisite or try the honey glazed chicken over rice.

We have been coming to Bambuza for several years and the service can vary - while always friendly it can at times be slow, however the owner is usually on site on the weekends and you can always ask to speak with him. The chairs are a bit uncomfortable; it would be nice if there were seat cushions and carpeting would lessen the noise. However, the interior is attractive and the food is absolutely wonderful.

Pros: The Food, The Food, The Food

Cons: Uncomfortable seating

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I was surprised to discover this place--and glad I did. Everything we had was tasty, well-prepared, and full of flavor. It was a pleasant break from the usual retreaded northwest cuisine or thai food that seems to be everywhere. Service was prompt and very friendly. Will definitely be back soon.

2
★★★★★

I was surprised to discover this place--and glad I did. Everything we had was tasty, well-prepared, and full of flavor. It was a pleasant break from the usual retreaded northwest cuisine or thai food that seems to be everywhere. Service was prompt and very friendly. Will definitely be back soon.

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My co-workers and I stopped by for a dinner after a long day of work and we all had a wonderful time. This place is romantic and menu was very impressive. We shared our food and some of my favorite items was: Lemongrass Beef Skewer, Mango Salad, Cognac Luc Lac Beef, and the Vietnamese Crepe. We each ordered a martini and that was very good. Oh, don't forget to order their fried banana for dessert, this is the best dessert I ever had! The staff was very friendly and funny! We were in and out within approximately 1hour and 15 minutes. We had a wonderful time!

2
★★★★☆

My co-workers and I stopped by for a dinner after a long day of work and we all had a wonderful time. This place is romantic and menu was very impressive. We shared our food and some of my favorite items was: Lemongrass Beef Skewer, Mango Salad, Cognac Luc Lac Beef, and the Vietnamese Crepe. We each ordered a martini and that was very good. Oh, don't forget to order their fried banana for dessert, this is the best dessert I ever had! The staff was very friendly and funny! We were in and out within approximately 1hour and 15 minutes. We had a wonderful time!

Pros: Romantic, Friendly Staff, Quality Food

Cons: Parking

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Major disappointment set in about 5 seconds after my first bite of the appetizer we ordered. My first impressions of the restaurant without eating the food was ?ehh? the decoration was nice but felt like it missed the mark- it was Saturday night and no one was there, and it was on the outskirts of the main ?people? part of the city.

The food was bland, the service was mediocre, and I felt like I was wasting my time. This wasn?t authentic nor was it unique. I felt like they thought their food was good and that this was a trendy cool place to be? but don?t be fooled- it wasn?t. I was disappointed.

1
★★★☆☆

Major disappointment set in about 5 seconds after my first bite of the appetizer we ordered. My first impressions of the restaurant without eating the food was ?ehh? the decoration was nice but felt like it missed the mark- it was Saturday night and no one was there, and it was on the outskirts of the main ?people? part of the city.

The food was bland, the service was mediocre, and I felt like I was wasting my time. This wasn?t authentic nor was it unique. I felt like they thought their food was good and that this was a trendy cool place to be? but don?t be fooled- it wasn?t. I was disappointed.

Pros: The table was clean

Cons: Not cool, not good, no flavor

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Just because this spot has a built in customer base with the Convention Center and Paramount nearby, does not excuse the horribly slow, service. It took forever to get drinks and order. When the food arrived, several of the dishes were cold. When I asked about this, they were promptly taken away, microwaved (fork marks and all) and returned to our table. When we spoke with the manager, he seemed extremely unconcerned.

The sad thing is that with so little competition in Seattle, businesses with service like this thrive....

0
★☆☆☆☆

Just because this spot has a built in customer base with the Convention Center and Paramount nearby, does not excuse the horribly slow, service. It took forever to get drinks and order. When the food arrived, several of the dishes were cold. When I asked about this, they were promptly taken away, microwaved (fork marks and all) and returned to our table. When we spoke with the manager, he seemed extremely unconcerned.

The sad thing is that with so little competition in Seattle, businesses with service like this thrive....

Pros: good food and drink menue

Cons: unbelievably bad service

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Not only was the service painfully slow and the food cold, but when we asked for the manager he didn't bother to appear for nearly 10 minutes and even then didnt seem to care. In cities with more competition, this is exactly the kind of thing that puts you out of business in no time.

If you're wanting a decent, timely, warm, dinner, look elsewhere!

0
★☆☆☆☆

Not only was the service painfully slow and the food cold, but when we asked for the manager he didn't bother to appear for nearly 10 minutes and even then didnt seem to care. In cities with more competition, this is exactly the kind of thing that puts you out of business in no time.

If you're wanting a decent, timely, warm, dinner, look elsewhere!

Pros: Good location

Cons: Everything else

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I am from the Bay Area and eat all sorts of Asian foods practically everyday and Vietnamese at least once a week. This is my favorite Vietnamese restaurant in Seattle and make a point to go here at least once when I visit my parents in Seattle. Great mango salad, bol ak lak (sp?), lemongrass chicken, curry chicken, vegetable pho and much more. Finally, for the topper, I absolutely adore their banana cake dessert. Even if I'm already full, I order it to take home. YUMMMMM!

2
★★★★★

I am from the Bay Area and eat all sorts of Asian foods practically everyday and Vietnamese at least once a week. This is my favorite Vietnamese restaurant in Seattle and make a point to go here at least once when I visit my parents in Seattle. Great mango salad, bol ak lak (sp?), lemongrass chicken, curry chicken, vegetable pho and much more. Finally, for the topper, I absolutely adore their banana cake dessert. Even if I'm already full, I order it to take home. YUMMMMM!

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It takes a special skill to get to this level of mediocrity. Bambuza lures you in with a nice Vietnamese sounding menu. Here one dimensional flavors are the hit of the day. Ginger claypots are just that Ginger and no other flavor, so much that it will give you heart burn. Reduced soy with sugar added is the glaze for their other chicken dish. I would rather be served a salt lick. Who serves dry, greasy wontons with no serving sauce? Foreign sounding martinis such as mango and lychee entice you to buy, yet at $8 or more they are nothing more than vodka with orange dye added. This restaurant should be called Bamboozle, because this is what they do. They trick you into a nice well priced meal, that is overcooked under flavored and leaving you with a taste of snake oil in your mouth.

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★☆☆☆☆

It takes a special skill to get to this level of mediocrity. Bambuza lures you in with a nice Vietnamese sounding menu. Here one dimensional flavors are the hit of the day. Ginger claypots are just that Ginger and no other flavor, so much that it will give you heart burn. Reduced soy with sugar added is the glaze for their other chicken dish. I would rather be served a salt lick. Who serves dry, greasy wontons with no serving sauce? Foreign sounding martinis such as mango and lychee entice you to buy, yet at $8 or more they are nothing more than vodka with orange dye added. This restaurant should be called Bamboozle, because this is what they do. They trick you into a nice well priced meal, that is overcooked under flavored and leaving you with a taste of snake oil in your mouth.

Cons: Food,, Service, Menu

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My friend and I had dinner there last night again. we had lobster wonton and lalot beef rolls-both were very flavorful. My friend had the halibut and I ordered the "flaming beef" dish which we had a lot of fun with- they allow you to cook the beef at the table and bring out a platter of greens to make our own rice paper wraps. COOL! They also added a whole new section to the dinner menu which I recognize from the lunch menu- which are a little lighter but still very satisfying. We ended spending about 40 bucks for all the food- still one of the most "bang for the buck" places downtown. Still my fave Vietnamese place!!

2
★★★★★

My friend and I had dinner there last night again. we had lobster wonton and lalot beef rolls-both were very flavorful. My friend had the halibut and I ordered the "flaming beef" dish which we had a lot of fun with- they allow you to cook the beef at the table and bring out a platter of greens to make our own rice paper wraps. COOL! They also added a whole new section to the dinner menu which I recognize from the lunch menu- which are a little lighter but still very satisfying. We ended spending about 40 bucks for all the food- still one of the most "bang for the buck" places downtown. Still my fave Vietnamese place!!

Pros: flaming beef, inexpensive, ambience

Cons: small print menu

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This restaurant was so disappointing last night. The place was practically empty which should've been a hint.
The peanut sauce that came with the fresh rolls tasted like they mixed it with ketchup. The chicken curry was bland and tasted like the sauce came from a can. The Bambuza fried rice was just basic fried rice with a bag of frozen mixed soup vegetables added. COME ON!! Little square pieces of carrot, cut beans, corn and LIMA BEANS? Shame on Bambuza for charging so much money for that food...I make better food than that at home!!!
The atmosphere inside is nice, but they're not going to be able to stay in business based soley on the good looks of the place.
We are never going back to this restaurant...and it's obvious many other people feel the same way because we see how empty the place has become!!

1
★★☆☆☆

This restaurant was so disappointing last night. The place was practically empty which should've been a hint.
The peanut sauce that came with the fresh rolls tasted like they mixed it with ketchup. The chicken curry was bland and tasted like the sauce came from a can. The Bambuza fried rice was just basic fried rice with a bag of frozen mixed soup vegetables added. COME ON!! Little square pieces of carrot, cut beans, corn and LIMA BEANS? Shame on Bambuza for charging so much money for that food...I make better food than that at home!!!
The atmosphere inside is nice, but they're not going to be able to stay in business based soley on the good looks of the place.
We are never going back to this restaurant...and it's obvious many other people feel the same way because we see how empty the place has become!!

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Bambuza is clearly the poster-child of fine Vietnamese dining in Seattle. The Pan-Seared Nova Scotia Scallops and the watercress salad are spectacular. The service is professional and polished. There seems to be surge of upscaled Vietnamese restaurants opening up in Seattle in recent years. We have visited several of the other supposed upscale establishments that have opened up- the only thing upscale is their decor.

2
★★★★★

Bambuza is clearly the poster-child of fine Vietnamese dining in Seattle. The Pan-Seared Nova Scotia Scallops and the watercress salad are spectacular. The service is professional and polished. There seems to be surge of upscaled Vietnamese restaurants opening up in Seattle in recent years. We have visited several of the other supposed upscale establishments that have opened up- the only thing upscale is their decor.

Pros: Quality Food, Exotic Decor, Attentive Staff

Cons: Small Bar, Crowded

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With the exception of the decor, this place is horrible! My husband and I went on a Saturday night and I suppose we should've took the hint when we walked in and noticed that there were virtually no customers. There are more waiters and waitresses standing around than there are customers in the entire restaurant...but that apparently doesn't mean that the food comes out quickly or that the service is good. We felt like we paid a fortune for food that tastes like it came out of a bad Teriyaki joint. There are so many wonderful Vietnamese restaurants in Seattle, and this is not one of them.

0
★☆☆☆☆

With the exception of the decor, this place is horrible! My husband and I went on a Saturday night and I suppose we should've took the hint when we walked in and noticed that there were virtually no customers. There are more waiters and waitresses standing around than there are customers in the entire restaurant...but that apparently doesn't mean that the food comes out quickly or that the service is good. We felt like we paid a fortune for food that tastes like it came out of a bad Teriyaki joint. There are so many wonderful Vietnamese restaurants in Seattle, and this is not one of them.

Pros: decor

Cons: food, service, overpriced

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We were so excited to try Bambuza - but were not impressed. Vietnamese food is usually so flavorful and full of herbs and spice, but the food here is very uninspired. My husband and I waited for 1/2 an hour for drinks and our food came out sporatically and slow. Our waiter kept saying "I'm sorry" and then frantically running away in a not even full restaurant. It was pricey to boot. I would not reccomend. There are too many Vietnamese options in Seattle that are far superior.

0
★☆☆☆☆

We were so excited to try Bambuza - but were not impressed. Vietnamese food is usually so flavorful and full of herbs and spice, but the food here is very uninspired. My husband and I waited for 1/2 an hour for drinks and our food came out sporatically and slow. Our waiter kept saying "I'm sorry" and then frantically running away in a not even full restaurant. It was pricey to boot. I would not reccomend. There are too many Vietnamese options in Seattle that are far superior.

Cons: , food

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My husband and I went there for a dinner last Saturday. There was a wait of 5 minutes which is not bad at all. The decor was amazing and very romantic. We had the betel leaf beef rolls and walnut prawns as our appetizers. The beef rolls was very interesting but tasty, I loved their walnut prawns. Then we order the duck and tamarind cod. The duck was outrageous!!! Excellent!!! We also order their home-made coconut flan, it was very good. Toward the end of our meal, one of the owners actually went out and asked us how was our dinner and she was very nice. We both had a wonderful time there, we definitely come back. Oh, their prices actually very affordable.

2
★★★★★

My husband and I went there for a dinner last Saturday. There was a wait of 5 minutes which is not bad at all. The decor was amazing and very romantic. We had the betel leaf beef rolls and walnut prawns as our appetizers. The beef rolls was very interesting but tasty, I loved their walnut prawns. Then we order the duck and tamarind cod. The duck was outrageous!!! Excellent!!! We also order their home-made coconut flan, it was very good. Toward the end of our meal, one of the owners actually went out and asked us how was our dinner and she was very nice. We both had a wonderful time there, we definitely come back. Oh, their prices actually very affordable.

Pros: Excellent Food, Wonderful Service

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on a visit yesterday, i was shocked by the very slow service (over 30 minutes for drinks) in an otherwise empty restaurant with many waitstaff... the food was tasty, but confusing. don't give me a fork when i need a knife. don't give me chopsticks when you need a fork. the duck was good, but sans knife, it was really hard to eat. the desserts were good, but limited and slow. this place used to be great, but something's happened.

1
★★☆☆☆

on a visit yesterday, i was shocked by the very slow service (over 30 minutes for drinks) in an otherwise empty restaurant with many waitstaff... the food was tasty, but confusing. don't give me a fork when i need a knife. don't give me chopsticks when you need a fork. the duck was good, but sans knife, it was really hard to eat. the desserts were good, but limited and slow. this place used to be great, but something's happened.

Pros: tasty

Cons: , bad service

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This is not your typical Vietnamese restaurant. Here, the dishes include catfish in claypot, seared duck with ginger and rib eye steak vietnamese style. Prices will be a shock to those expecting pho prices. In fact, there is no pho on the menu at all.

Compared to Dragonfish, I think it is better. It is no Wild Ginger however. Overall I would say go as long as you are willing to pay $20 or so for gourmet Vietnamese cuisine.

2
★★★★☆

This is not your typical Vietnamese restaurant. Here, the dishes include catfish in claypot, seared duck with ginger and rib eye steak vietnamese style. Prices will be a shock to those expecting pho prices. In fact, there is no pho on the menu at all.

Compared to Dragonfish, I think it is better. It is no Wild Ginger however. Overall I would say go as long as you are willing to pay $20 or so for gourmet Vietnamese cuisine.

Pros: catfish in hotpot, duck

Cons: parking hassle, pricey

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We have been looking for a great Vietnamese place for several years now and have finally found it in Bambuza. The pho and shrimp on sugar cane were both terrific and the wine list was very reasonably priced.

2
★★★★★

We have been looking for a great Vietnamese place for several years now and have finally found it in Bambuza. The pho and shrimp on sugar cane were both terrific and the wine list was very reasonably priced.

Pros: Great Food

Cons: Parking

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This place is fab!!! Both the food and decor is perfect: simple yet stylish. And with some of the best service I've ever experienced in Seattle! Perfect for a date or a group. There were 6 of us, so I was able to taste quite a few items. Try the pan fried tumeric crepe, but steer away from the flash fried crispy prawn rolls (the only disappoint we experienced). The duck is to die for and the catfish was amazing. We'll most defintely be going back again. And again... And again!!!

2
★★★★★

This place is fab!!! Both the food and decor is perfect: simple yet stylish. And with some of the best service I've ever experienced in Seattle! Perfect for a date or a group. There were 6 of us, so I was able to taste quite a few items. Try the pan fried tumeric crepe, but steer away from the flash fried crispy prawn rolls (the only disappoint we experienced). The duck is to die for and the catfish was amazing. We'll most defintely be going back again. And again... And again!!!

Pros: ambience, price

Cons: parking, no mixed drinks, need more vegetarian

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I travel frequently and often find myself in Seattle. Out of all my dining experiences in downtown Seattle this restaurant provided the most attentive, intuitive, and charming service. Deborah was my server, she provided everything needed for an enjoyable meal without my having asked. Not only was she attentive but also provided me with knowledge about the food/wine but also made insighful suggestions and provided me with an assortment of sauces to try although they were not listed with the items I choose.........they went beautifully! The food was wonderful in itself, but for me, service makes the difference between a good meal and a great one, and this was great......she even opened the door for me, and all of her other tables, as I exited.

2
★★★★★

I travel frequently and often find myself in Seattle. Out of all my dining experiences in downtown Seattle this restaurant provided the most attentive, intuitive, and charming service. Deborah was my server, she provided everything needed for an enjoyable meal without my having asked. Not only was she attentive but also provided me with knowledge about the food/wine but also made insighful suggestions and provided me with an assortment of sauces to try although they were not listed with the items I choose.........they went beautifully! The food was wonderful in itself, but for me, service makes the difference between a good meal and a great one, and this was great......she even opened the door for me, and all of her other tables, as I exited.

Pros: knowledgable staff, ability to customize, great music

Cons: small parking garage, limited desserts

 

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