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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