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Seattle Food

Here are some of the foods we had in Seattle. I would say majority of the foods below are restaurants selected by H’s cousin. Shoutout to her for taking the week off to take us around town.

Vietnam House (1038 S Jackson St, Seattle, WA 98104)

From left to right: spring rolls, banh xeo (savory crepe), and bun bo hue (spicy beef noodle soup)

Our first night in Seattle was at this Vietnamese restaurant highly recommended by H’s cousin.

Kau Kau Restaurant (656 S King St, Seattle, WA 98104)

Kau kau BBQ pork

A late dinner snacking on rice and BBQ pork.

Le Panier (1902 Pike Pl, Seattle, WA 98101)

I’ve never had sables. I’ve been meaning to make some. I think they’re pretty simple?

Wonton Noodle House (22315 Hwy 99 #E Edmonds, WA)

donut wonton noodle house

We went to this restaurant after taking H’s niece and nephew to a trampoline park. To be honest, I wasn’t that hungry. I just ate a Chinese donut. On the side is condensed milk.

Geraldine’s Counter (4872 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, WA 98118)

From left to right: French toast with peaches for sharing and an omelet with toast and hash browns.

Phnom Penh Noodle House (913 S. Jackson St. suite A | Seattle, WA 98104)

From left to right: fried breadstick, beef noodle soup, chicken wings, and rice noodles (I can’t recall the exact name of the dish).

For more Seattle photos, check out my Seattle recap.

My future project is working on creating a page on places I’ve travelled to. It requires retrieving some old posts from way back when.

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One thought on “Seattle Food”

  1. Julie, your food looks scrumptious. I used to love to eat out in Seattle. When I was eating there, I had never tried Vietnamese food and I love that. Thai, too. I’d like to take a big bite out of the spring rolls.

    Good luck with your page. If you have saved categories, I think there is a way you can make a page from your categories. For me, the hardest thing about pages is how to organize them. It sounds like you want to organize by geographic location rather than by food.

    Thanks again for stopping by. I know you are busy. 🙂


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