The great Anthony Bourdain left his mark everywhere he went. When his death was announced to the world in June 2018, media throughout the globe chimed in and listed all the great things he had done for their respective city. Whereas before, tourists would shy away from exotic foods, thanks to him, travellers now go the extra mile to find and try local bites. With this in mind, here are all the restaurants Bourdain visited and the dishes he tasted when he shot Anthony Bourdain Seattle for his show, Parts Unknown Season 10 Episode 7 (originally aired November 19, 2017):
In Parts Unknown Seattle, Anthony Bourdain describes Pacific
Inn Pub as “a holdout – a place that has, so far, managed to resist the
temptation to appease the invaders.”
DISH – Green Noodles, Kimchi Pancakes, Short
Rib Rice Bowl and Short Rib Dumplings
WHAT IS IT?
Green Noodles – cilantro noodles, yu choy and thinly-sliced
flatiron steak; Kimchi Pancakes – pancakes made of kimchi, with braised pork
belly and bean sprouts; Short Rib Rice Bowl – marinated short rib rice bowl with
house sambal, daikon, kimchi and egg; Short Rib Dumplings – dumplings filled
with short rib meat, topped with pickled shallot and scallion salad.
DISH – Kebabs, Fried Cauliflower, Fatteh and
WHAT IS IT?
Kebabs – baharat-spiced beef and lamb kebabs; Fried
Cauliflower – fried cauliflower topped with tahini; Fatteh – pieces of
flatbread with local squash and charred tomatoes, topped with sizzling brown
butter and pine nuts; Dolma – grape leaves stuffed with sweet and sour rice and
WHERE IS IT?
Mamnoon 1508 Melrose Ave Seattle, WA, United States
ANTHONY BOURDAIN SEATTLE NOTES
As Anthony Bourdain puts it, Mamnoon offers “a modern take
on traditional Syrian and Lebanese food… and it’s done well.”
DISH – Shucked Taylor Oysters, Local Smelt and
Local Dungeness Crab
WHAT IS IT?
Shucked Taylor Oysters – oysters from the Taylor Shellfish
farm, served raw with lemon and horseradish; Local Smelt – flash-fried local
smelt served with pepperoncini-sambal aioli; Local Dungeness Crab – cooked and chilled,
with pickled ginger sauce.
Anthony Bourdain visited the old school oyster bar in
Pioneer Square in Parts Unknown Seattle. The Taylor family has been farming
tidelands in the Puget Sound, Willapa Bay and Hood Canal since 1890. They have
3 restaurants in Seattle.
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