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Issian Stone Grill


1618 N 45th St, Seattle
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Add Issian to your Seattle Japanese restaurant shortlist. They serve excellent kushiyaki, from drippy minced chicken or sizzling pork belly sticks, to fried snacks like gyoza and shumai, all of which go great with a pint of Sapporo. Or, suppose you wanted to stop in and exclusively eat sushi, you can do that too. Plus, vegetarians have a lot to like about Issian, too, with plenty of options involving tofu, eggplant, and natto. When the night calls for a tornado of tasty plates to hit the table on repeat (or alternatively, a massive hunk of broiled salmon belly), we can't think of much better in Wallingford for a group meal.

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