Seattle >Red Bowls Restaurant
Citysearch Editorial Review. The line may look long when you first walk up to Red Bowls, but worry not, the line will move fast and you too will soon be clutching your (white) plastic bowl full of food. Once inside, don’t be afraid of the 40-plus menu options. Each one will come with the same base, a choice of brown or white rice and the menu is sorted into categories for easy decision-making. There are the fresh bibimbaps, the teriyaki-style bowls, the sushi ones and healthy vegetarian options. Brisk business means fish and meat always taste impeccably fresh and the vegetables are perfectly cooked, a rarity in a quick-serve place like this. All the bowls are great, so just pick one and have it ready by the time you get to the register; you don’t want to be the one holding up the efficient line!
Yum Yum Yum. Yum! I love Ahi Tuna (only when it is super fresh) and this was the best! I found my self not wanting the bowl to end. Perfect blend of sesame, fresh tuna, rice and veggies. You get a lot of fish for the price; I will go back again and again. I just left and want to go back tomorrow!!!
I Crave Red Bowl. I love Red Bowl. So good that I find myself craving it. Fresh sushi over rice and veggies. Udon is also available.
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