Restaurant | Japanese
Good food, the convivial clamor of people conversing over shared pots of soup, and a lively techno soundtrack add up to roaring fun at this casual, compact eatery. The concept amounts to an intro to Asian street food with a menu focused on three items: kushiyaki, robata-grilled skewered meats and fish; gamjatang, the Korean pork-bone soup; and the signature dish, shabu-shabu, a DIY Japanese eating experience involving pots of bubbling broth.
516 Frist Ave. N.
Seattle, WA 98109
Hours: Lunch 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m. daily; Dinner 5-10 p.m. daily
Average price of a dinner entrée:
$10 - $15
$15 - $25
$25 and over
Note: Price reflects average breakfast or lunch
entrée if that is restaurant's primary meal.
Meals available: Lunch, Dinner
Payment forms: All major credit cards
Parking: Free parking, Street parking
Disabled access: Yes
From The Times
Roaring Bowl: Cook up your own sizzling fun (June 9, 2014)
By Providence Cicero
Roaring Bowl in Seattle’s Lower Queen Anne neighborhood offers Japanese-Korean fare in a casual, street-food style; the signature dish is shabu-shabu, where diners dip meat, seafood and veggies in pots of bubbling broth. Skewered meats are also served.