There are a few sushi spots in Queen Anne, but Moontree is the spot we can’t stop thinking about. The atmosphere is pretty casual, and you’ll find some great versions of salmon and black pepper-marinated seabream. But if nigiri isn’t your thing, the izakaya-style snacks are excellent. Spend some time with the very tender chicken karaage, or the crispy rice rectangles topped with spicy tuna that we’d eat as a snack in front of the TV.
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