Here is a list of the top 5 best Bellevue Restaurants to check out while in Bellevue! Must check out these places and experience why they are the best in Bellevue.
Number 5: Novilhos Brazilian Steak House – Brazilian Restaurant
It is all you can eat, it is usually 60 per person, with 16 meat course, on the restaurant week. It is all you can eat choose from 8 different meat, with unlimited salad bar and a dessert afterwards.
About: Fixed-price all-you-can-eat grilled meats & loaded salad bar, with servers dressed like gauchos.
Address: 12405 SE 38th St, Bellevue, WA 98006
Number 4: Facing East Taiwanese Restaurant – Taiwanese Restaurant
The famous TW beef noodle soup is soothing and not greasy at all. Not Facing East. They delicately place the pickles & chilli on a side dish above the beef noodle soup. This is seriously good stuff with excellent cut of the beef and aromatic soup. The soup is also not overpowering with Chinese herbs either.
The beef wrap pancake, the thin noodle soup and the crispy chicken bites are also good things to try out.
About: Exotic Taiwanese fare like pork burgers draws crowds to this unpretentious spot in modern quarters.
Address: 1075 Bellevue Way NE B2, Bellevue, WA 98004
Number 3: Seastar Restaurant & Raw Bar – Seafood Restaurant
Truffle fries, crab “legs” & crab cakes for apps – small portions so they’re easy to get through. Bread was fresh (one roll tasted like a croissant – so good) and served with a really tasty not-the-usual
butter. Scallops and the lobster mac for our dinners. Great scallops!
About: High-end seafood restaurant & raw bar serving small, large & shared plates in an airy, chic space.
Address: 205 108th Ave NE #100, Bellevue, WA 98004
Number 2: Kobe Bellevue Restaurant – Asian Fusion Restaurant
This is a great place to meet up with friends and have a long night of talking, laughing, and drinking. Famous for the ramen challenge, a must try with your group! Korean tofu soup, Japanese sushi, chicken teriyaki, all in one Asian fusion restaurant.
About: No-frills Pan-Asian outpost for sushi, ramen, deep-fried Japanese fare & Korean bibimbop.
Address: 5147, 850 110th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA 98004
Number 1: El Gaucho Bellevue – Seafood Restaurant
Their HH menu is pretty good and they have some good deals. Our party was starving and we went pretty hard on the easily shareable items. The wicked shrimp: nice kick to it and some plump shrimp. It also comes with some crispy bread to dip into the super yum sauce. The tenderloin diablo is also a good item to order. There are nice chunks of meat and the sauce has a nice kick but not as powerful as you would think. Also comes with the crispy bread that pairs nicely with the beef.The bacon Brussel sprouts are in my opinion a must order. This isn’t on the HH menu, but totally worth it. The flavor is just so freaking unique. I am still licking my lips. Really nice tangy taste, bacon is crispy, the sprouts are perfectly grilled! Do not miss out!!
About: Elegant, dimly lit steakhouse offering Angus beef & tableside Caesars, plus a popular happy hour.
Address: 450 108th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA 98004
This concludes the TOP 5 Restaurants in Bellevue, WA!
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