The 8 Best Noodle Bowls in Seattle

We love a pile of noodles— particularly these 8 dishes
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  • Noodles from Miah's Kitchen in Redmond, WA
Hot-oil-seared biangbiang noodles from Miah’s Kitchen

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Kamonegi soba
Kamonegi
Fremont
Tender duck meatballs make this signature dish ($20).

Saffron spaghetti Bolognese
San Fermo
Ballard
A classic dish with a clever twist, in a most charming Ballard setting ($21).

Hakata-style ramen
Betsutenjin
Capitol Hill
Happiness in a bowl: a tangle of noodles and silky pork bone broth ($11.25).

Bibim nengmyun
Sam Oh Jung
Lynnwood
Crisp, cold soup filled with chewy buckwheat noodles and sharp pickles ($12).

Lasagna
Café Lago
Montlake
Tomato sauce and béchamel get between the pasta sheets in this essential dish ($23).

Mac ‘N’ Yease
Plum Bistro
Capitol Hill
A decadent side with all the flavor and none of the cheese ($12).

Hot-oil-seared biangbiang noodles
Miah’s Kitchen
Redmond
Simple preparation lets these handmade noodles sing ($7.99).

Tajarin con burro e salvia
Spinasse
Capitol Hill
Fresh egg pasta with butter and sage, also available with ragu ($26 for large plate).

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