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Please, help me select the "must eat ats"

Wendee | Jun 20, 2005 02:01 PM

Please, help me narrow things down...or give me other/better suggestions. Staying at the Edgewater and have only 5 days to do/eat EVERYTHING!...I've never been to Seattle before, and I'm really looking forward...directional assistance/addresses would also be appreciated....coming from NYC, without any of the negative stereotypes (arrogance/bad attitude etc.)....

Thank you!!!

I’ve been reading/searching…here’s what I have, thus far:

*Breakfasts/Brunches –

Persimmon;Mixed reviews on Jitterbug, but *&^%, Gingerbread waffles sound soooo good; Mom’s in University Village; Sunflour Cafe

*Dinners: Flying Fish Café; Rover’s; Harvest Vine (love tapas/small plates); Lark; Union; Is the Herbfarm worth the trip?
Dahlia; Etta…; La Spiga; Mistral (for the tasting menu)

*Lunches: Matt’s in the Market (based on its being crowded for dinner); Malay Satay Hut;Tamarind Tree;
Seven Stars Pepper

Dim Sum: Noble Court in Bellevue – Dim Sum on Weekdays?

Sushi -- Shiro’s or Saito’s? Any others/better? For Sushi, I’m really interested in the quality of the fish and variety! I really want at least one great Japanese meal, while I'm visiting.

Oh, and I guess one crab feast is in order....Best?

Thanks again, Seattle!

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