Best New Places to Eat For Cheap in Seattle

Best New Places to Eat For Cheap in Seattle

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    You can definitely feed two people for less than $20 with one appetizer and one entrée, but if you end up with leftovers like I did, you'll be thankful you saved some for later.
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    Abay, however, is the kind of restaurant you take friends from out of town to. They will be impressed by the place and the food, and you will not be winded by the bill.
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    You can't get much cheaper than La Bodega's empanadas de yuca: For three bucks a pop, you get a delightful little fried packet of ground beef, pine nuts, and olives that fits perfectly in the palm of your hand.
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    Currently, Little Uncle in Pioneer Square is only open from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., and they're usually super-busy between noon and one, but before or after that, you'll probably have the run of the place.
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    Neither dish really stood on its own as a dinner entrée—Jake needed a serving of my green beans to make his delicious meat-pot make proper sense, and I needed some of his rice to round out my saucy vegetable dish.
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    A tidy little cubbyhole in a brick wall along Olive Way, Kedai Makan is even more cosmopolitan than it looks.
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    The chimichurri and the salsa add a certain liveliness to the sandwich, a robust herb-and-vegetable freshness that complements the earthy smoke-and-beef flavor.
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    The food is fast and very satisfying, and you get a real sense of being in a big and dense city. Seattle needs more restaurants like Corazon Taqueria.
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    There's a classic (for only $1.85!) called "The Junior" that just has lettuce, tomato, ketchup, special sauce, mustard, and cheese.
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    Fried chicken and Hawaiian food don't sound upscale, but Ma'ono is, and it's expensive.
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