Best Dinner Place for less than $15
Ok with the economy the way it is people are looking for a palce that doesn't kill their pocketbook. There are alot of hidden places that unless the are right near you that others do not know about. List places around Washington that you can get a good meal. Not just burgers ETC real sit down complete meal for less than $15 So a couple could eat for $30
India Bistro. Most entrees are about $10 and for $30 2 can eat very well. Nice atmosphere and good service.
Twins Garden out at Oaktree. It's easy to eat for under $30 for 2. The ingredients are ver fresh and price are reasonable. A mix of Asian cuisine with the emphasis on Chinese. Try the Chef's specialties.
5 Seasons Grill is a little Vietnamese place in Oaktree. The decor is nothing to write home about but the food is good and 2 can eat for under $20. The vermicelli bowls and grilled meat dishes are really good. The fried chicken with are also really good.
663 Bistro in the ID is inexpensive, clean and delicious. The meat in the window is excellent. The best roast pork in town and one of the best roast duck you will find in Seattle. Chow mien with crispy noodles or chow fun are great. The curry over rice dishes are really good coconut curry versions.
The numerous happy hours. Il Fornaio has free food and happy hour drink prices. Duke's Chowderhouse has happy hour deals and lower priced menu options in the $10-$15 range.
Pam's on University Avenue
Thaiku on Ballard Ave
Moshi Moshi or Ototo Sushi
Taste of India
La Carta Da Oaxaca
Barolo at Happy Hout
Poppy's for happy hour Thali
Green Lake Bar & Grill
Senor Moose Cafe
5242 Leary Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98107
1940 Westlake Avenue, Seattle, WA 98101
7 Boston St, Seattle, WA 98109
2320 NW Market St, Seattle, WA 98107
All fine restaurants, but I feel like many fall out of the price range unless you're just getting apps.
I'll throw up Cafe Presse (Croque Monsieur, a glass of wine and maybe even some rillettes to share if that $30 doesn't include tax and tip), Hurachitos (various tacos or maybe one of their tortas or soups), and any of the Ethiopian places around (I like Dahlak and Meskel, but there are plenty of others)
1117 12th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122
When I think of good and cheap eats, Wonton City always comes to mind. You can get 2 piping hot bowls of wonton noodles and a couple of chinese donuts for about $15. If you want to really splurge, you could add one of the dry noodle dishes - I'd recommend the brisket.