So far "Yoroshiko" is the best "Omakase" experience in Seattle. Our last visit in November 2016. A place very cool in the evening. Despite it's mostly packed every time they are very fast in food making and service. Chef/owners are truly from Japan and the experience makes the difference.
Yoroshiku illuminates an often overlooked side of Japanese cuisine, showing Seattle that there is much more than teriyaki and sushi. Offering a modern take on the traditional izakaya, combined with time-honored ramen from the Hokkaido region, Yoroshiku aims to provide a memorable dining experience for all.
The Omakase experience include also their famous Ramen but please let the chef Keisuke Kobayashi do his job! We mean do not ask...but let him serve you with his extraordinary creation in a sequence of personal choices from the opened kitchen. That's what Omakase is all about.
Prices are great compared to te quality of the food. Young personnel and quick good service with nice selection of beers and sake. It's really fun to watch these guys run up and down in front of you at the kitchen bar.
Born and raised in Sapporo, co-owner Keisuke Kobayashi first experienced Seattle as a student in 2006. After falling in love with the Emerald City, his heart guided him back to Japan and into the restaurant industry. During the next four years, Keisuke learned his most valuable lesson as a chef. In 2012, Keisuke decided to open a traditional Japanese restaurant in Seattle. After recruiting childhood friend Koichi Homma, who brings with him decades of culinary experience — Yoroshiku was born.
Locally sourced Japanese cuisine & elevated ramen dishes presented in an upbeat, modern setting.
Highlight and pics by Luca Centoni