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Dragonfish Asian Cafe

Address
722 Pine Street Seattle WA 98101
Phone
(206) 467-7777
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(206) 467-8891

Business Hours

Status: Open

Sunday
7:00am-2:00am
Monday
7:00am-2:00am
Tuesday
7:00am-2:00am
Wednesday
7:00am-2:00am
Thursday
7:00am-2:00am
Friday
7:00am-2:00am
Saturday
7:00am-2:00am

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Dragonfish Asian Cafe, Seattle, Washington. 2.5K likes. One of Seattle's favorite spots to enjoy the exotic flavors of Asia. Locally owned by the Kikuchi family. Open daily from 7am for breakfast...

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Unusual for a hotel restaurant, this Asian-themed Paramount Hotel hot spot serves up fun as well as exotic dishes and drinks. Bright and cheerful, the Pan-Asian decor complements the menu. And there are two open cooking areas, entertainment for the hungry patrons. The menu features the best of Japanese, Chinese and Thai cuisines. The kitchen does quite well with seafood. The popular bar serves...

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Overall review sentiment

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75%

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4 stars
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3 stars
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2 stars
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1 star
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Editorial reviews from the web (2)

Dragonfish Asian Cafe Restaurant Review

Situated inside the Paramount Hotel across from the landmark Paramount Theater, Dragonfish Asian Café is well-located for pre-theatre dining and provides a fun, slightly noisy ambience from breakfast into the wee hours. The pan-Asian menu lists shareable plates and reasonable prices, but with average quality. Best bests include the caramel ginger chicken topped with peanuts and the fried squid...

Great deals on dim sum and drinks for passionate Pan-Asian fans.

The Scene
Palm-frond fans rotate on high ceilings and brightly playful pachinko game machines line the walls while young professionals crowd the bar. Post-work crowds can be...

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Mediocre distillation of ”Asian” cuisine. I’m not a picky eater at all but I cringed on my first bite of the lime rickey shrimp. The chicken namban was limp and overly salty, with some nasty mayo drizzle on top (Really? Mayo??). The caramel ginger chicken DON was also too salty and limp, its only saving grace was the RICE (clever) to wipe down the lacquer of sodium lining my esophagus. The...

Happy hour is the best. Great staff, sake and menu.

Food was fabulous, great happy hour menu! Very friendly servicer! Will be back!

Awesome food, Dragonfish Chicken is great.

Great service! Great Food with great friends!

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A Place for Sharing, Almond Halibut Tempura, Chicken Lettuce Cup, Chicken With Holy Basil, Chicken Yakisoba, Chinese Five Spice Salmon, Dragonfire Chicken, Experience Dishes From Japan, Korea, Thailand, Spicy Crab Roll, Sesame & Soy Marinated Tuna, Other Asian Cultures, Lime Rickey Shrimp, Korean Bulgogi Skirt Steak

A love of food, beverage and the unique flavors of Asia brought Takao and his wife Yuko to open Dragonfish Asian Cafe in 1997. Born and raised in Japan, Takao moved to the Pacific Northwest in the 1990's and now considers himself an official Seattelite. He is very proud and enjoys being a part of the dynamic Seattle restaurant scene. "At Dragonfish we want our guests to enjoy our unique...

This cross-cultural restaurant concept has reinvented some of the most popular dishes from China, Japan, the Philippines, Thailand and Singapore and designed them to appeal to a wide spectrum of guests. Dragonfishs diverse selection of portion sizes makes it easy to graze or gorge, a clever concept that serves many types of appetites at all hours.

In June of 1997, the Blowfish Asian Café opened its doors to Seattle diners with rave reviews by food critics from Washington State to New York City. This "Asian bistro" delighted its fans with an eclectic assemblage of materials, objects and images combining classic Asian culture with popular entertainment and received local critic John Hintenberger's coveted "Top Ten New Restaurants"...

This "Asian bistro" delights its fans with an eclectic assemblage of materials, objects and images combining classic Asian culture with popular entertainment. Dragonfish's diverse menu selection of portion sizes makes it easy to graze or gorge, a clever concept for a hotel restaurant that serves many types of appetites at all hours. Lunch menus feature range from Bento Boxes, a sampling of...

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Parking

This is one of the worst spots in downtown to find a parking space. Avoid the headache: Leave your car behind or park at the cheapest, closest pay lot on Pike and Bellevue (across from the Baltic Room).

Save Money

The best deals are had 4pm-6pm and 10pm-1am, but get there early: The place is jammed by 5:15pm on weeknights.

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