Head directly to the infant outpost of the Marination archipelago at the water taxi terminal in West Seattle to gorge on Marination classics, such as spicy-sweet Kahlúa pork sliders ($2.50 each), kimchi quesadillas ($6) and the stupendous, etc.
The rapture-inducing, ever-evolving pastas from chef/owner Mike Easton at his new Pionoeer Square Il Corvo keep us coming back to taste what's next on the menu. Case in point: Tagliatelle with ragu Bolognese (shown, every dish is $10 or less).
Middle Eastern Restaurant in Seattle, WA, United States
At this chic Middle Eastern eatery, come lunchtime, gorgeous flatbread sandwiches (shown) called mana’eesh are filled with lamb or aromatic za’atar (spice mixture) and cheese, and riddled with spices and green herbs ($7–$9).