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slippersong Mar 15, 2010 11:27 AM

I know about food carts but what? where?

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    bergeo RE: slippersong Mar 23, 2010 08:19 AM

    http://www.kaosamai.com/
    http://www.myspace.com/hallava
    www.skilletstreetfood.com
    www.maximus-minimus.com/
    www.marinationmobile.com
    www.fremontmarket.com/

    1. terrier RE: slippersong Mar 23, 2010 09:08 PM

      Heads up that there are places in the ID that are much better values than the food carts in Seattle.

      First, Pho Bac (the one on 7th Ave S) for breakfast, lunch, or an early-ish dinner. Go here or you will be missing something essential about Seattle.

      Thai Curry Simple (on 5th Ave S) for lunch.

      Jade Garden for dim sum lunch, if you avoid the pricier items.

      The regular order of curry fish with a side of steamed rice at 663 Bistro will feed 2-3 adults and is consistently delicious.

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      Jade Garden Restaurant
      7th S King S, Seattle, WA 98101

      1. brianv78 RE: slippersong Mar 24, 2010 08:24 AM

        ya most of the food carts up here might leave you disappointed. Skip skillet, they jumped the shark. Plenty of cheap brick and mortars though. Tons of pho!

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          GreenYoshi RE: slippersong Mar 24, 2010 09:20 AM

          Unclear, are there approximately 20 young children on a budget looking for places to eat or are there people around the age of 20 looking for affordable meals?

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            burritobelle RE: GreenYoshi Mar 28, 2010 10:18 AM

            Yeah, pho is cheap and plentiful in Seattle. I happen to like Pho Cycle in Capitol Hill. There is lots of cheap Thai scattered around the city, my favorite being Kwanjai Thai in Fremont. You can get good pizza slices at Hot Mommas in Capitol Hill.

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            Kwanjai Thai
            469 N 36th St Ste A, Seattle, WA 98103

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            mrnelso RE: slippersong Apr 11, 2010 08:46 PM

            This board has a bunch of specific tips on how to get inexpensively well-fed, wandering the Pike Place Market. Next, Chinatown (5th and Jackson and environs) - find Big John's PFI, too, 2 blocks south of Uwajimaya, and Vietnamtown around 12th & Jackson. Elliott's oyster house has Oyster Happy hour, where shucked oysters start at 50 cents at 3:00 and go up every half hour after that. Go once, at least; go early; and avoid the regular menu.
            Happy hours all over town will treat you well, though I cannot advise aboiut which can werve under-21. Try Taste, at the Seattle Art Museum and Ivar's Salmon House (where happy hour is daily from 3 to close).

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            Pike Place Market
            1501 Pike Pl, Seattle, WA 98101

            Ivar's Salmon House
            401 NE Northlake Way, Seattle, WA 98105

            Uwajimaya
            600 5th Ave S, Seattle, WA

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