180 "Casual Weeknight Dinner" restaurants in Seattle.
A good casual weeknight dinner spot is hard to find. It’s a step above a make-your-own bowl place, but not somewhere you’ll need a reservation. It shouldn’t be too expensive, you should be able to talk instead of shout, and your dinner shouldn’t take more than an hour. These spots do it all.
Kamonegi is an excellent Japanese restaurant in Fremont that serves homemade soba and tempura.
Fremont isn’t the greatest neighborhood for food, but it does have Revel - a Korean fusion place with cool vibes and an excellent patio.
Manolin is a beautiful seafood-focused restaurant in Fremont. It’s strangely affordable, and you can use it for just about any dining situation.
La Cocina Oaxaceña is the reliable Mexican restaurant you need in your life.
D’La Santa is a family-owned Mexican spot in Capitol Hill that’s easy to miss, but worth going out of your way for.
Deru Market is part farm-to-table restaurant, part classy deli in Kirkland, and you need their cake.
Marination is the concession stand from you childhood, but with actually great Korean fusion food - and the best views in Seattle.
Dacha Diner is an Eastern European cafe on Capitol Hill where you’ll feel like you’re eating inside of a doily.
Little Duck is a great Northeastern Chinese restaurant in the University District.
Trove is a Capitol Hill Korean barbecue place that’s one of Seattle’s best restaurants for DIY meat-grilling.
Dough Zone Dumpling House is a great spot for Chinese dumplings and noodles in the International District.
Seattle’s best Indian food is at Annapurna in Capitol Hill. And for some reason, the wait times are usually short.