153 "Quick Eats" restaurants in Seattle.
Hangry Panda is a Greenwood restaurant that serves delicious teriyaki, Taiwanese street food, and bubble tea.
Market Fresh is a hot bar spot Downtown that features a menu of sandwiches, salads, and grain bowls. Get the fried chicken sandwich.
Umami Kushi is a Rainier Beach spot that serves Japanese-style okazu pan filled with everything from beef curry to adobo chicken - and fresh beignets.
Moyo Kitchen serves great dishes from Somalia, Kenya, Tanzania, and Zanzibar at the Spice Bridge food hall in Tukwila.
Ramen Ramen is a pop-up that operates out of Sam Choy’s parking lot in Hillman City.
Cookie’s Country Chicken is a pop-up serving excellent fried chicken sandwiches out of Quality Athletics in Pioneer Square.
Local Tide is a seafood restaurant in Fremont that serves fish sandwiches, shrimp toast, a weekend-only crab roll, and a fantastic burger.
The Flour Box is a bakery in Hillman City that serves incredible brioche donuts, milk bun cinnamon rolls, and coffee from Anchorhead.
Hi Helen is a West Seattle pop-up that serves outstanding breakfast sandwiches.
Tang Food Mart is a Vietnamese deli in Georgetown that serves tasty banh mi.
Seattle Fish Guys is a seafood market in the Central District that also serves excellent Hawaiian poke.
Burgermaster is a classic drive-in restaurant just off 520 in Bellevue that serves burgers, fries, onion rings, and milkshakes. Bill Gates loves it.
Blotto is a Capitol Hill pizza pop-up that operates out of a window in the Broadway Alley building. Get a vodka pie.
King Philly is a restaurant on Beacon Hill that serves delicious cheesesteaks of all types, from beef to plant-based.
Cemitas Poblanos in White Center (in a strip mall off 509) makes excellent cemitas using incredible crusty rolls.