MostBest Seattle | Filipino

It could take you hours to decide which Filipino restaurant is the best. Feeling overwhelmed? MostBest knows the Top 3.

Filipino food is all about flavor. The cuisine has borrowed from various different traditions to create dishes that are simply the best of the best. Whether you’re just delving into the rich cuisine or you’re a seasoned expert, you’ll love these spots.


via Foodspotting user dasvogelicious

via Foodspotting user dasvogelicious

When you are craving fresh, traditional Filipino cuisine, check out Isla Manila Bar & Grill. They offer an all-you-can-eat option, which allows you try a little of everything. The unique concept at Isla Manila Bar & Grill is that the food is mostly served in the dim sum style, meaning the perfectly portioned, single serving dishes are brought to you on a cart that servers push around.

We Love Their: Pancit Bihon, BBQ Pork Skewers

11740 15th Ave NE
(206) 365-2500
No Website


via Inay's

via Inay’s

The dedication and quality-driven focus of the waitstaff at Inay’s Asian Pacific Cuisine truly ensures a fine dining experience. Lauded by many publications about their great service and delectable cuisine, Inay’s highlights the best dishes from different Asian cuisines in a modern and authentic way. The setting is perfect for small groups to grab a bite to eat while enjoying good conversation.

We Love Their: Pork Adobo, Beef Sinigang, Eggplant Torta

2503 Beacon Ave S
(206) 325-5692


via Flickr user Jennifer Cachola

via Flickr user Jennifer Cachola

Oriental Mart is a combination of a little convenience store on one side and a counter and tables on the opposite side where you can order real Filipino food. When we say real, we mean an un-Americanized version of authentic Filipino cuisine without holding back on traditional preparation and seasonings. You can’t beat this Pike Place hotspot.

We Love Their: “Do You Trust Me” Plate

1506 Pike Place Market
(206) 622-8488
No Website