Seattle’s thriving local food industry is one of the many features that distinguish this city – and it’s an important reason why its inhabitants enjoy staying here. If you would like to get a glimpse of the Pacific Northwest, as the natives suggest, then you’ve come to the place.

SEAFOOD

Seattle is famous for its reputation as a seafood center. From salmon to oysters to crabs, there is a steady stream of fresh fish being sold, prepared and delivered to diners and families throughout the area.

SEAFOOD FROM THE ROCKCREEK

It is a lovely restaurant in the area with a nice decor and of course exquisite and imaginative seafood meals.

SHIRO’S SUSHI


“The sashimi at Shiro’s is so wonderfully fresh and so accurately cooked. This is the perfect location for those who are looking for authentic, high-quality, fresh, original sushi”.

THE WALRUS AND THE CARPENTER


“The food at The Walrus and The Carpenter is invariably surprising and so crisp. It’s also a bit unlike the traditional seafood places. Once they served teriyaki salmon tails – just because doesn’t like to throw away any portion of the fish.

ROCHENS BOATHOUSE


“Ray’s Boathouse is a grasping choice for both a relaxed and refined dining environment in Ballard. It is situated right on the waterfront, so you can enjoy a magnificent panoramic view of Puget Sound. Besides, the seafood is so delicious!

MARKET GRILL


This inconspicuous, often crowded bar serves tasty and inexpensive salmon, grilled, as a sandwich or platter with lettuce and rice. It also features daily catch, halibut and fish soup. If you are fortunate to discover an open seat, take it!

Brunch

Who wouldn’t love good brunch? Seattleites for sure. And there’s no lack of morning hotspots throughout the city. No matter whether you’re in search of traditional fatty food, friendly family brunch or even Syrian-inspired brunch, there is a spot in Seattle waiting for you.

CITIZENS


They have a magnificent outside terrace with games, which provides a delightful eating environment in the spring and summer seasons”.

PORTAGE BAY CAFÉ


“Each of the Portage Bay Café locations is well deserving of a tour. They are magnificent! They offer fresh, delicious local food that is kept light and not too fatty. No doubt you’ll have a great day after eating there.”

MAMNOON


” Anything in the Mamnoon is tasty – and it’s not exactly your usual brunch food. This filled sesame bread with hot cream cheese and orange blossom honey is a matter of your imagination. Really. The Labneh is also tasty, as well as the extraordinary and delicious egg dishes.

CAFÉ AND PUB BLUE STAR


“Blue Star Café & Pub” in Wallingford is one of favorites. It provides a tasty cosy meal at a reasonable price.In addition, it is child-friendly!

LOWELL’S


“If you are looking for a relaxing breakfast place with a great view and wonderful staff.

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