Maneki

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Details
304 6th Ave S (btwn Main & Jackson St)
Seattle, WA 98104
(206) 622-2631
Sushi, Japanese
$ $
Hours
Tue–Sun: 5:30 PM–10:30 PM

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  • Getting seats at this 107-year-old Japanese restaurant can be an utter puzzlement, but should you crack the code, the mind-boggling list of specials are where it's at. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Black cod collar!
  • Try the menu!
  • Try the Black Cod Kasuzuke - A must here at Maneki. Amazing flavors and texture. Marinated in kasu (the lees of sake) and grilled, the cod transforms into little succulent bites of heaven. (via @Food
  • Sit at the bar.
  • Awesome chirashi which is how good Japanese restaurants are measured by.
  • It does not get more old-school in Seattle than the century-old Maneki, a homey haunt of homely delights kept in line
  • Delicious rolls
  • Try the Durkee roll. Whether or not you're a vegetarian, this roll is something straight out of sushi heaven.
  • Everything here was absolutely delicious. Had miso black cod collar (best fish I've ever had), tuna tartare, sea kelp hijiki, and clams sake broth. One of my all time favorite restaurants.
  • really just okay. service lacks and the food is mediocre. head waitress made up excuses for why the food didn't come out as described on the menu. really wanted to like (or love) this place, no cigar
  • Uni. 'Nuff said!
  • Fresh, top-quality sushi and sashimi at an unbeatable price. Amaebi w/ it's deep fried head, geoduck, scallop, uni and much more. One of the most traditional and authentic Japanese restaurants.
  • amaebi sushi with its head in tempura style is a must. $4.5 for two pieces.
  • Come here for fresh, delicious homestyle Japanese food at prices that won't crush your wallet. Thumbs up to the sassy ladies that run this place!
  • Try the Black Cod Kasuzuke - I can't seem to resist this every time. Black Cod, you're too good + a soba soup on the side. And Barley Shochu.
  • Best broiled black cod ever and cheap! Must try!
  • Pork Katsu is extremely cheap for the amount you get, and the quality is much better than most Japanese restaurant around the area.
  • Salt Broiled Mackerel Sakana Dinner will have everyone trying to eating off your plate! Let them because it comes with sashimi, cucumber salad, miso soup, shrimp + veggie tempura, fruit + tea for $16!
  • They've been in Seattle for 100+ years for a reason.My favorites are: Calpico martini, 'steamed salmon in foil pouch' (trust me on this one,) karage and wild salmon sashimi. Don't try going w/o a