You took the wrong coat with you when you left the house this morning, and now, even though you’ve only been in the rain for three minutes, it looks like you just took a shower. Time for something comforting. This isn’t Seattle’s best ramen, but when you need to sprawl in a booth with a big bowl of steaming broth and some gyoza at midnight on a Friday, it’s here for you. You’ll still have to deal with the rain when you leave, but at least for the time being, you’ll have a stomach full of warm things. Kizuki is also a great takeout lunch, too.
Where we've featured it
More spots in Capitol HillSee more
Glo’s is a Capitol Hill diner serving giant pancakes and perfect hash browns. Just expect a line to eat them.
R&M Dessert Bar
R&M Dessert Bar is a bakery and wine bar in Capitol Hill serving late-night dessert.
More Japanese spotsSee more
Kiriba Sushi is a Japanese restaurant inside of a little house in Shoreline that serves reasonably-priced nigiri and maki rolls.
Hangry Panda is a Greenwood restaurant that serves delicious teriyaki, Taiwanese street food, and bubble tea.
Shodai Teriyaki is a Japanese spot in the Central District that works well for takeout.
Suggested by our writers
Fremont Bowl is a casual Japanese spot in Fremont with delicious and affordable donburi bowls and poke.
Tsukushinbo is a small, unmarked Japanese restaurant in the International District that serves excellent sushi and a weekend-only lunch ramen.
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.
Filter and browse restaurants near you
Text us for personalized recommendationsLearn more