Sansei Seafood Restaurant & Sushi Bar, the famous Hawai’i sushi spot that opened its first mainland location in Seattle in 2015, is serving up some outstanding happy hour fare in downtown Seattle. Located across the street from the Paramount Theater, the new happy hour runs from 4:30 to 6:30
Shiro’s new place is open and it’s better than ever.
It’s 4:43 pm on a Wednesday and there are already nine people lined up outside of Sushi Kashiba. The rain decided to take a break, but it’s dark and cold and there’s another 17 minutes to wait. Promptly at 5:00 pm, the hostess opens the door and we patiently wait as each party in front of us asks for the sushi bar. We’re nervous; will there be any sushi bar seats for us? If no, should we wait until the next seating or should we come back another day? Luckily, we snagged the last two sushi bar seats.
South Lake Union’s I Love Sushi.
In this edition of Food Porn, we feature Lake Union’s I Love Sushi, featuring fresh Japanese cuisine since 1992. The second location of I Love Sushi, this location offers beautiful views of the water and a lakeside patio. Having trained in Japan since the age of 16, Chef Hideaki Taneda creates a menu
Fresh sushi with Latino flair.
In this edition of Food Porn, we feature Japonessa, a modern Japanese restaurant with hints of Latino flair. Using ingredients like mango, jalapeño, and cilantro, Chef Owner Billy Beach creates an unique and exciting experience for sushi lovers in Seattle. He uses traditional Japanese cooking techniques