by Stranger EverOut Staff

Capitol Hills new Seoul Bowl lets you customize your own Korean bowl with your choice of rice and protein—and toppings like a gooey melted cheese fall poured over the top.

Capitol Hill’s new Seoul Bowl lets you customize your own Korean bowl with your choice of rice and protein—and toppings like a gooey melted “cheese fall.” Seoul Bowl via Facebook

Capitol Hill is getting not one but two new Korean BBQ options this week, with the openings of the swanky Meet Korean BBQ and the fast-casual joint Seoul Bowl. Plus, tamales have arrived with the new restaurant A&A Cafe and Organic Tamaleria Cider House. Read on for your weekly dose of food news updates, plus events for this weekend, like Jack’s BBQ’s First Anniversary in SLU. For more ideas, check out our list of Seattle food and drink specials to try in February and our full food and drink calendar.

OPENINGS
A&A Cafe and Organic Tamaleria Cider House
Capitol Hill has a new spot for tamales: Everett’s A & A Cafe Organic Tamaleria has opened a location in the former space of the recently closed poke joint Aloha Cup Bap on Broadway. The family-run, family-friendly spot uses tamale recipes handed down by co-owner Ali Carbajal’s great-great-grandmother, who grew up in Mexico City, and the Everett spot is known to sell out daily. Eventually, the restaurant will serve cider from Everett-based Soundbite Cider alongside the handcrafted, husk-wrapped delights.
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Source: https://www.thestranger.com/things-to-do/2020/02/07/42798972/two-new-korean-bbq-places-in-capitol-hill-and-more-seattle-food-news-you-can-use-february-7-2020-edition