The White Swan Public House in South Lake Union is equal parts pub and seafood shack — one that serves a mean currywurst.
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).
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.
Critic Providence Cicero falls for Central District newcomer L’Oursin, a pretty space, impeccable food, “natural” wines and inventive cocktails.
A Seattle chef shares how to make these simple, delicious chickpea-flour pancakes from Italy | Taste
San Fermo chef Sam West tinkered the temperament out of farinata, pancakes from Liguria.
It’s a bar, the owners insist. There’s no takeout, and the menu isn’t pages long. But restaurant or not, the food pairs well with the...
The restaurant’s concept is quirky and fun, fitting right in Fremont.
No such thing as a soft opening for FlintCreek: ‘We went from zero to 90 right off the bat’ | Restaurant review VIEW
In Greenwood, Eric and Christy Donnelly open a meat-focused cousin to their successful seafood-oriented RockCreek, and the neighborhood is thrilled.