Chef Toshiyuki Kawai elegantly blends his Japanese heritage with the influence of his French and Italian mentors at his relaxed, yet refined Iconiq.
As the Seattle Times restaurant critic Providence Cicero eats way too much and loves every minute of it. She has been writing about food and restaurants in Seattle for more than 20 years, yet manages to remain incognito (if not as svelte as she'd like), sometimes going unrecognized even by her colleagues. She dines anonymously, using a pseudonym, but Providence Cicero is her real name (honest).
Luxury ingredients abound at Crab King in Bellevue’s Crossroads shopping center.
The former owners of Sutra in Seattle serve wildly refined eight-course dinners two nights a week.
Young chef Shota Nakajima has been busy this year: He competed on “Iron Chef Gauntlet,” and he revamped his Capitol Hill restaurant Naka with a...
Chef Brendan McGill, owner of Hitchcock, opened this large pizzeria unsure if they’d be able to fill all 90 seats every night. Instead, the excellent...
The White Swan Public House in South Lake Union is equal parts pub and seafood shack — one that serves a mean currywurst.
The menu’s mix of small and large plates offers diners the flexibility to nibble, share or take a deep dive into something substantial.
Some dishes dazzle, some fall flat at this new sparkly high-end dining room off Olive Way in downtown Seattle.
The chef behind Madrona’s Vendemmia brings a similarly comforting Italian menu to West Seattle.
It’s 3 stars for the bustling Ballard restaurant, which offers warm hospitality, prime rib-eye for $25.99, tacos on site-made tortillas and asado.