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Rex Sorgatz

Trying really fucking hard to not be part of the problem.

aug 15
2007

Seattle Teriyaki

If you walk around Seattle, one of the unusual things you'll notice is the number of Teriyaki joints -- the red & yellow neon signs are seemingly everywhere, with greater concentration than anywhere else you'd expect it (San Fran, Vancouver.... Tokyo). The Seattle Weekly does a little investigation into where they all came from.

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You have no idea how much I miss the Teriyaki in Seattle. It is nearly impossible to find almost anywhere else.

I used to eat it three to five times a week when I was at UW. I grew up near Toshi's on Greenlake just thinking of it makes me hungry.

Interestingly, the sushi there is not nearly as good as other places IMHO.

posted by Gavin at 4:46 PM on August 15, 2007

Does Minneapolis have a signature cuisine? I'm trying to think of something that out-of-state visitor or expats need to have when they visit. Breakfast joints comes to mind, also good local bars, but they both seem a little too generic to qualify. Any thoughts MN/ND/SD people?

posted by cornejo at 12:24 PM on August 16, 2007




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