The 8 Best Noodle Bowls in Seattle

We love a pile of noodles— particularly these 8 dishes

By Chelsea Lin & Naomi Tomky

NoodleCrop

January 31, 2019

This article originally appeared in the February 2019 issue of Seattle Magazine.

This article appears in print in the February 2019 issue, as part of the 100 Best Things To Eat cover story. Click here to subscribe.

Kamonegi soba
Kamonegi
Fremont
Tender duck meatballs make this signature dish ($20).

Saffron spaghetti Bolognese
San Fermo
Ballard
A classic dish with a clever twist, in a most charming Ballard setting ($21).

Hakata-style ramen
Betsutenjin
Capitol Hill
Happiness in a bowl: a tangle of noodles and silky pork bone broth ($11.25).

Bibim nengmyun
Sam Oh Jung
Lynnwood
Crisp, cold soup filled with chewy buckwheat noodles and sharp pickles ($12).

Lasagna
Café Lago
Montlake
Tomato sauce and béchamel get between the pasta sheets in this essential dish ($23).

Mac ‘N’ Yease
Plum Bistro
Capitol Hill
A decadent side with all the flavor and none of the cheese ($12).

Hot-oil-seared biangbiang noodles
Miah’s Kitchen
Redmond
Simple preparation lets these handmade noodles sing ($7.99).

Tajarin con burro e salvia
Spinasse
Capitol Hill
Fresh egg pasta with butter and sage, also available with ragu ($26 for large plate).

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