Chef Emme Ribeiro Collins has re-imagined Tempero do Brasil, her parents’ restaurant on University Way in Seattle.
Providence Cicero is the Seattle Times restaurant critic.
Noodles, fritters, dumplings, soups and heaping towers of shellfish: It was a year of great eating in and around Seattle.
Perfected at Gracia Cocina Mexicana with house-made totopos, this vivacious condiment is the perfect nutty buddy for meat, veggies, fish — or even ice cream.
Mani’s Kitchen: Vibrant curries and soul-restoring Himalayan food in Seattle’s Pinehurst neighborhood
Mani's menu — with specialties from India, Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet — traces the unusual journey of the husband-and-wife team who opened this welcome addition...
The margaritas are strong, and the décor has the jaw-dropping panache you'd expect from serial restaurateurs James Weimann and Deming Maclise. But the food is...
On Seattle’s Lake Union, Birch has a view that dazzles, crisp service and a tasting menu still finding its way
The $80, seven-course tasting menu at this weekends-only restaurant is not as remarkable as it should be for the price.
At Homer, a two-month-old Middle Eastern/Mediterranean restaurant, Logan Cox (formerly of Sitka & Spruce) is weaving all kinds of culinary magic.
Slurp soba noodles in an out-of-the-way corner of Fremont. Twirl tagliatelle in Eastlake. Tuck rotisserie porchetta into fluffy flatbread in Ballard. And much more when...
Argentine asado is at the heart of this ambitious restaurant in the new Charter Hotel, where chefs adroitly manipulate the fire of the parrilla.
The focaccia, not even listed on the menu, was an unexpected delight at this remake of Fremont's Via Tribunale, which also starred in warm, attentive...