663 Bistro (Chinese food)
The spicy chicken wings here shut the fried chicken game down! I took a friend’s tip and damnnnnnn did it pan out. These wings are spicy, garlicy, a lil salt, and some jalapenos. Excellet with rice. A freakin deal at $6. Each order comes with about 9-10, depending on your appetite more could be recommended. I also usually get the Singapore noodles (bbq pork) cause of my love for curry (good but not the best).
This is definitely a top 5 fried chicken spot in Seattle and the #1 fried chicken Chinatown.
Rover’s (Seattle Restaurant Week)
This is definitely one of Seattle’s finest spots! Rover’s provide’s an exquisite experience with a clean french modern cuisine. Typically it’s a tasting menu….But luckily Seattle Restaurant week offers the opportunity to dine at a fraction of the cost (for us non-ballers). So why not!
The wild chicken (fowl) w/lentils and celery puree, and smoked trout quail egg appetizer were absolutely amazing. Fresh, harmonized, and leaves you wanting more. We also had the halibut and the dunk confit which were solid dishes. Your dessert options are pretty money. The tapioca brulee was my go to. I just love crystalized sugar.
This is the best $28 dollars ever spent for Restaurant Week. As long as Rover’s participants in Restaurant Week, I will always continue to make reservations. However, when I need to celebrate, the Rover’s experience will be highly considered.