We came here for dinner because they had a groupon offer, which I am increasingly beginning to realize of most Seattle restaurants on the groupon network, is not a good thing (I.e. many of them are *about* to shutter). Many of the places we’ve tried with groupon have pretty subpar food. In any case, I have stopped buying groupons and now we only go back to places we actually like and try the occasional new restaurant.
Snow crab roll – quite packed with crab and avocado although the salsa on top was v. mexican and I’m not sure it goes! The name of the restaurant indicates that it’s a fusion place – amongst Mexican, Japanese, and American cuisines. The best roll we’ve had in Seattle is still at Momiji, which I have not posted about yet but hopefully it will be up at some point!
Crab soup – like Japonessa’s but much weirder, and again with the noodle that isn’t ramen or somen or even anything remotely inbetween, it was like lomein that you might get in a chinese restaurant soaked in alkali or something. There are much better restaurants on the Wallingford stretch than this!