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(Eastside) Looking for a quiet place that won't break the bank


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(Eastside) Looking for a quiet place that won't break the bank

Vexorg | Dec 3, 2006 08:20 AM

My parents' 30th anniversary is coming up in a few weeks, and we are looking to have a family dinner, with 8 people. Last time we did this we went to the Claim Jumper in Redmond, but when were discussing this tonight several people thought it was a bit too noisy, and somewhere a bit quieter might be nice. We don't want to spend a ton of money on this (I'm thinking in the range of $15-20 per person, maybe a bit more if it's nice enough.) My first thought was Typhoon or Malay Satay Hut as possibilities, but there are a few not-so-adventurous eaters among us who might not appreciate it that much. There's also some people who don't eat seafood, so that might make some other places problematic. What else is good on the Eastside given these criteria?

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