Where casual sushi spots are concerned, Kamei should be towards the top of your list. The staff is friendly, it’s a nice, relaxed place to eat solo, and the sushi is reasonably-priced - even if you’re getting a roll stuffed with fresh lobster. Service can be a bit slow on a busy Friday night, but as long as you’re in no hurry, it’s going to be a good time.
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B’s Po Boy
B’s Po Boy is a New Orleans-themed restaurant in West Seattle with a great fried shrimp sandwich (but some other dishes we don’t like as much).
Supreme is a West Seattle pizzeria with New York-style pies and slices, plus boozy slushies and excellent garlic knots.
Marination Ma Kai
Marination is the concession stand from you childhood, but with actually great Korean fusion food - and the best views in Seattle.
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Momiji is a Capitol Hill sushi spot that works for a low-key happy hour, but also a sake-filled birthday dinner.
Shiro’s in Belltown will serve you some seriously great sushi - with no pretense, and no distractions.
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Sushi Kashiba is a Seattle institution for raw fish and Japanese food, owned by Shiro himself.
Sushi Kanpai is in the bottom of an apartment in First Hill, but don’t let that stop you from going. The sushi makes for a good weeknight dinner.
Hokkaido Ramen Santouka U-District
Our choice for Ramen in the University District is Hokkaido Ramen Santouka.
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