Seattle >Chinoise On Madison
Madison Valley Gem.
What's great about this place: excellent food, prices are reasonable, nice outside patio, it's a great weeknight-dinner place. A very diverse place!
What's bad: service can be slow. Prices for sushi are a bit high-- even during lunch. There can be too many screaming, unsupervised kids.
A great birthday dinner. I had my birthday dinner at Chinoise in Madison park last week and the service and food were great. We checked out the restaurant a couple weeks earlier since good service is of supreme importance to me. Our group of 9 was well taken cared of and I was treated to complimentary fried bananas and coconut ice cream. Their sushi is fresh, all the dinner items were great: Lomein, Red Curry Halibut, Pad Thai, Chicken Curry and the summer rolls are my favorite in town (I've tried them everywhere). I wish this Chinoise was closer to my home!
Good Sushi Bad Service. I enjoy their sushi and have eaten there many times. I recently decided not to return. Their kitchen turn around is totally unpredictable and unreliable. Sometimes service is really quick. But I've had at least 2 experiences where I waited over an hour for my food -- and they weren't even busy! Our waitress felt really bad and made several apologies but it didn't help my growling stomach.
9. Jae serves up some of the best sushi in the city. They also bring in fresh Haji and other sushi "delights" unavailable at most sushi bars. In addition, you can fill up on some of the best Pad Thai for less than $10. Service is great and the atmosphere is refreshingly clean, hip and sophisticated w/ out being over the top or snooty. If your looking for Pan Asian, you won't go wrong w/ Chinoise. The best in town....
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