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Seattle Restaurants

Maneki Japanese Restaurant

  • 304 6th Ave. S Map It
  • International District
  • Japanese

Updated 01/24/2013

Fodor's Review

The oldest Japanese restaurant in Seattle, Maneki is no longer a hidden gem that caters to in-the-know locals and chefs, but that doesn't mean the food is any less authentic. Though the James Beard American Classic winner serves good sushi, it's better known for the home-style Japanese dishes, which can be ordered as small plates, and accompanied with sake. Try the miso black cod collar or any of the delicious daily fish specials. Rice-paper lamps and screens add a little

bit of old Japan to the otherwise uninspiring space. Parties of four to 10 can reserve a tatami room. Maneki is a mob scene on weekends—so don't even think about coming here without a reservation.

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Restaurant Information


304 6th Ave. S, Seattle, Washington, 98104, United States

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Restaurant Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • Closed Mon., no lunch

Updated 01/24/2013


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