This restaurant is, quite literally, one of Seattle’s hidden gems. It’s just down the hill from the ID's historic Panama Hotel Tea House, which is worth a visit on its own, but even given that clue, there’s no sign, no website (although Google can help), and you probably won’t find it without being brought there once. It is like a modern day version of Robin Hood’s hideout, albeit one that serves excellent sushi, tempura, chirashi, and a lunch combo that features a mini katsudon and a mini tanaki udon. Happy hunting! TOBIAS COUGHLIN-BOGUE
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