What's for Lunch?

Monsoon Seattle Intros Lunch Delivery

And knocks a few dollar signs off the cost.

By Christopher Werner July 26, 2010

Bye bye boring lunch: One of Monsoon’s lunchtime offerings. Photo courtesy Geoffrey Smith.

Another midday meal deal from Monsoon: The restaurant is bringing its lunchtime delivery service to both sides of Lake Washington, and to bait Seattleites the boxed meals are discounted 25% through the rest of the month and 15% through September.

In March Monsoon debuted the noonhour meals on wheels, but only for Eastside addresses. Considering sister restaurant Baguette Box totes its gourmet banh mi around town, it only makes sense the 19th Avenue locale would follow suit. Like Baguette, Monsoon Seattle’s delivery route reaches Capitol and First Hills, downtown, and Fremont.

The lunch menu boasts 16 offerings—noodle dishes, rice bowls, rolls, soups, and salads—with all items costing $7-$14 and each order coming with banana cake. Have a look-see at the boxed meals and order form.

Yep, that sound you hear is my tummy grumbling.

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