Seattle >Perche No Pasta & Vino
Best Italian Food on West Coast. WOW! We were visiting our friend, Sam, in Seattle last month, and he told us we were going to the best Italian restaurant on the West Coast. ...and the owners are Chinese. That's a big claim from a guy that comes from a big Italian family with relatives still in Italy. We didn't order from the menu, we just let Lily bring us whatever she thought we'd like, and every dish was fantastic. It was the best Italian food experience I've had since our neighbor, Mrs. Anguilli, fresh from Italy, brought my family a gigantic bowl of spaghetti and meatballs when I was about six years old. I wish we could entice David and Lily to open a place here in Las Vegas.
Best dinning experience ever!!. Dinning at this restaurant was the best dinning experience I have ever had. We were served family style, Lily picked things I would never had thought about trying and we loved everyone of them. I have never enjoyed dinning out so much. Wish we lived in Seattle so I would not have to wait so long to return. If you get the chance Perche No is a MUST
Wow -- the best Italian I've had in Seattle.. Best Italian I've had in Seattle. The atmosphere is wonderful. Excellent food, excellent service..I'm looking forward to going back soon!
dinner was very satisfying. We were there for a birthday and the dinner was very satisfying. The ingredients were fresh, generous and most importantly very tasty. Lily was nice enough to send a picture she took at the restaurant. We will be back soon and we recommend it very highly.
Best Italian in Seattle!. I love this place! Best Italian I've had since I moved to Seattle. The food is amazing! The owners David (chef) and Lily are personal, introduce themselves and you feel like family. The prices are great for the food you get. The pasta is made fresh daily. The wines are great and the desserts to die for. I can't wait to go back.
FINALLY a place that makes inhouse pasta and taste GREAT!!!.
So my husband looked all over the eastside for fresh housemade pasta and no luck. He searched in Seattle and found Perche No Pasta.
We were pleased on how beautiful the place looked and we're always a fan of open kitchen (you know your food is being cooked fresh). My husband went to the grill area and was greeted with a smile by the owner & chef. He asked the owner what he recommended and the owner end up making his specialties- end up with a seven course dinner! It was superb.
I remember most was the ravioli. I was introduced for the first time what it's like to have fresh made pasta- and I tell ya it ruined it for me forever- no more Mac Grill. (What brought this on? Iron Chef) Anyways- we went back the next day since they were going to have a Chinese Lion dance and of course to try more pasta. I had the linguine w/spicy sauce & sausage- delicious!
We love owners/chef that takes pride in their food and he certainly does!
The best Overall.
When you go to Percheno it like visiting an old family. However the food is fantastic and the owners make sure everything is perfect.
When in doubt of what to order just put it in the chef's hands.
They make special occasions even more special.
My wife and I had dinner a couple of nights ago. This was the best dinner I have had in a very long time. It started with a chilled mozzarella appetizer. Delicious and surprisingly light.
We also had black pasta with anchovies. Colored with squid ink! Are you kidding me??? I have never seen that on the menu at any other restaurant. Anchovies? Not for me but I can't say that anymore. I am not an anchovy person, usually. The pasta didn't taste like squid and the anchovies were lightly salty. Perfectly complementing the pasta and garlic.
Luckily for us, they had yak that night. YAK! Who serves that? Perche No! Delicious. I never would have tried it if it wasn't for the insistence of David and Lily. I'm glad we did.
They have a unique variety of pasta and a great way to pair any dish with the perfect wine.
We can't wait to go back!
The best Italian Restaurant in the State of Washington. Magnifico food, place, chef and wine
After reading the strong pro and con reviews for this place we decided to check it out anyway, leaning heavily on a friend's positive recommendation.
We got to sit outside on the patio, which was nice. Had a good caprese salad and a great bottle of wine. The bread and entrees were really just average. I would not make another trip back.
There are several Italian places that I find to have consistently good food , including Bizarro and La Spiga on Capitol Hill.
That said, the service was fast, courteous and helpful. The owner checked on how we were doing, which was nice.
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