The fun continued into week 2 of the 2014 Winter tour. This week we discovered Pok Pok, Ataula, and St. Jack. We also decided we wanted to return next spring for many months to continue exploring. Portland has become our new favorite city in the US.
Our 2014 Winter Tour was a complete success. We went to great restaurants, markets, and sights. In fact, we had so much fun we had to break this post up into two weeks. Here’s week 1.
Seattle is full of good restaurants, but we particularly enjoyed the food in the ones reviewed here. If you have to choose one, though, go to Quinn’s.
Chef Traunfeld expropriated an Indian concept called thali, which involves serving a variety of small dishes simultaneously on a round tray to each diner.
The MagoGuide Team voted RockCreek our favorite restaurant in the 2013 Winter Tour. The food is fresh and interesting as is Chef Eric Donnelly.
Monsoon is a Capital Hill fixture renowned for its ingredients, wine, and innovative takes on classic Southeast Asian cuisine. We enjoyed every unusual bite.
This restaurant was rather uneven. We loved it the first time and just liked it the second. It’s worth trying, though, especially that Cuban flan dessert.
They went to the trouble of importing an oven from Naples, then proceeded to serve up some really bad pizza. Diners in Seattle deserves better than this.
The food at Jamjuree is not bad, it just isn’t all that exciting. They like to turn tables and the place was full of locals who must like the cost of food.
In this writeup we list our 10 favorite 2013 Seattle restaurants in order of preference. It’s a great travel guide for good food if you’re going to Seattle.