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Gazpacho in SEA

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bluedog67 Jul 31, 2009 10:20 AM

obviously the heat is playing into this craving, but i must have gazpacho tonite. Who is making a good version these days?

  1. frygirl Jul 31, 2009 02:48 PM

    3 Girls Bakery in Pike Place Market. It's the only version I've had that doesn't taste like a bowl of salsa. It's amazing.

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      bluedog67 Jul 31, 2009 03:22 PM

      you are right it is a fine line between soup and condiment. I had a green gazpacho at Poppy that was lovely, but it was just a sip.

      thx - will give it a try!

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      jjmccoy Aug 4, 2009 06:57 PM

      Serafina in Eastlake sometimes does a gazpacho as a daily special. I had it there the other night when it was sweltering. And you can often eat outside on their patio, which helps. Once, a while ago, I had their white gazpacho, which was cucumber-based and accompanied by sliced almonds. Very, very, nice, light, refreshing. Caused me to get out the food mill and make it myself once, though I never got close to their smooth texture.

      Have also had it at Olivar on Capitol Hill. Also Taberna del Alabardero in Belltown.

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        christy319 Aug 4, 2009 09:29 PM

        Reviews say that Taberna del Alabarnero has good gazpacho; my Spanish neighbors rave about this place.

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