restaurants

From colorful squares of Punjabi-style fudge to elegant slices of Swedish cake, these are a few of our favorite (local) international sweets

As we contemplate Seattle’s Chinese(ish) joints, from one of Seattle’s oldest to one of its newest, Chelsea Lin reflects on why we love—and love to hate— Americanized Chinese food

Seattle's 45 best global dishes continues with these African specialties

How to mind your manners at tables around the planet, a selection of upcoming food-focused festivals and more

Our restaurant scene is booming and flooded with troves of well-off diners. But is Seattle hungry for the next evolution of fine dining?

Our restaurant scene is booming and flooded with troves of well-off diners. But is Seattle hungry for the next evolution of fine dining?

Just blocks off downtown, Edmonds' 190 Sunset is already drawing loads of locals.

Our thoughts on the latest addition to Salish Crossing.

ressa Yellig (right) and her sister Katie have brought their Portland Broth Bar to Olympia

An interest in nutrition and healing through food led Tressa Yellig to her love of bone broth—one of the year’s buzziest food trends—which she extols as being “really powerful medicine” because of its high concentration of nutrients.

Named for a monastery outside of Lonigo, Italy, San Fermo in Ballard is probably the first new Italian restaurant in a long time that wants to make its name in rustic, homey southern It