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Exotic elegance and artfully presented dishes
This upscale and updated locale serves up real-deal Vietnamese cuisine in the heart of the Little Saigon district. Its custom cocktail list includes martinis made with everything from lychees to lemongrass to, of course, tamarind.

Tags: Asian, Vegetarian, Vietnamese

Added by: tgbusse tgbusse

1036 S Jackson, Suite A (at 12th Ave. S)
Seattle, WA 98104
Chinatown International District

(206) 860-1404

  • Daily 10:00am-10:00pm
  • Fri-Sat 10:00am-Midnight

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  •   YUM!
    sakpe.imhoff ·

    March 12, 2012

    Everything is YUM......the atmosphere, the service, and the food........YUM I say!!!
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  •   Good Place to Enjoy a New Style of Vietnamese Food
    devilpaladin1 ·

    April 8, 2010

    This restaurant is located in the International District (I-District), specifically right behind the Viet-Wah supermarket. At first, I was hesitant when parking, as there are limited spots. However, as you approach the restaurant, you'll notice the unique styling cues. As you enter, it's got a warm, yet intimate feel. The menu selection was large enough that you'll probably find something that's worth you while. I personally am a fan of the Spring Rolls (the put a rolled-up deep fried wanton skin in the spring roll to add a crunch), Tamarind Tree crepe (it has seafood and a coconut flavor twist, all served on a banana leaf), and I am unsure what they are called, but pork-stuffed baby calamari (which are tender and succulent). The price averages about $10 a dish so it's about a $$ restaurant, but all in all well worth it. I would definitely suggest it to a friend.
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