After successful innings in New York and Honululu, celebrity chef Masaharu Morimoto opened the third branch of his wildly famous of his ramen and yakitori restaurant on September 5th in Seattle’s International District.
It’s not easy being green noodles.
The spaghettis of the world would have you think that yellow noodles are the only way to go, but the good people at Shanghai Garden have opened my eyes to a whole new palette/palate of colorful
Amid the vibrant, bustling activity of the International District is the Wing Luke Museum— curator, collector, and centerpiece of local Asian Pacific American stories and phenomena. Next up on the docket: fashion collections from local to national Asian-American designers (from Trina Turk
Loving Hut serves plates of smiling golden prosperous vegan love.
Asians love them some flowery adjectives. They truly make you curious as to how blissful their cuisine, nail art and massage skills are. Well, Loving Hut in the ID can keep the excited descriptors coming because their vegan food is happy magic virtuosity.
If you happen to be strolling around Chinatown this weekend, it may seem even more bustling than usual — that’s because the 2012 Dragon Fest will be in full swing.
Visit the International District to ring in the Year of the Dragon.
Celebrate the 2012 Lunar New Year — the Year of the Dragon — in Seattle’s International District! Lunar New Year, also known as Chinese New Year, is considered to be the most important holiday in China and celebrated throughout much of East and Southeast Asia.
Arrive with a light wallet, leave with a full belly.
Don’t let the vinyl seats and fluorescent lighting of Szechuan Noodle Bowl fool you — the International District eatery offers some of the best noodles west of I-5. Nothing on the menu costs more than $7, so this little gem is ideally priced for those who frequently pat their pockets. It’s a dollar menu with $50 flavor!
A savory, educational experience.
Beginning in October, the Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience will host a delectable culinary exhibit that explores Asian Pacific American cultural traditions and cooking techniques that have adapted and changed with the passing of time and generations.
Expertly-cooked beef and wine from Italy’s heel — a match made in pairing heaven.
When faced with the dilemma of an extensive and enticing bill of fare, a foodie must weigh her menu decision based upon the beverage at hand. In other words, what booze is in your glass and what culinary goodness will match it?