It feels like forever since my last post and now I’m trying to catch up. I’ve been busy checking out new places and enjoying good eats. Can’t wait to finally share them.
Ok so who LOVES a good food adventure? This girl right here! 🙂
A couple months ago, I enjoyed a foodie experience with my lovely foodie partner Sara, along with fellow Seattle bloggers and those visiting. The places on the food tour were all located on Capitol Hill within walking distance of each other. We started out at Bar Cotto and met our wonderful guide Coral from Seattle Food Tours. We sat down and enjoyed a selection of Salumi (cured meats) Mortadella, Salame and Prosciutto served with Torta Fritta (fried dough) which was a perfect combination along side a glass of Lambrusco wine.
After the little appetizer from Bar Cotto, we walked directly across the street to Le Zinc Restaurant & Bar and was served a dish of seared scallops with fingerling potatoes, apples topped with taro chips which was delicious.
I LOVE sushi and was very excited to walk to the next stop (secretly wanted to skip like a little kid with a smile on my face) to Momiji Sushi Restaurant & Bar. They served us small dishes of edamame and plates of butterfly rolls that seemed endless but we easily devoured the delightful rolls topped with slices of tuna and avocado filled with crab. Totemo OISHII!!
The fourth stop was The Tin Table located in the Old Fellows Bldg. near Cal Anderson Park. Take a look at the chef special of smoked steelhead trout service with bacon braised cabbage, apple, and buckwheat spaetzle topped with pomegranate seeds. It was an interesting dish and wasn’t quite sure about the spaetzle because I’d never had it before but I’m happy to say that I did enjoy it…every last bite. 🙂
Our evening ended with a sweet creamy delicious treat from D’Ambrosio Gelato. I enjoyed a scoop of Stracciatella and Pistachio. A great way to end an evening!
A BIG thank you to Seattle Food Tours, Coral and all our hosts for a wonderful foodie experience!
Disclaimer: I received entry to the Capitol Hill Food Tour compliments of Seattle Food Tours for review. I received no other compensation for this post. As always, opinions are all my own.