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While many newer local Japanese restaurants are known for perfectionist specificity, Migoto does breadth. The restaurant, perched on the border between First Hill and the Central District, offers, among other things, udon, soba, don buri, katsu, teriyaki, grilled things, and sushi, including an abundance of rolls. Flavors lean simple rather than subtle—seaweed salad brings just ocean brine and snapping acid, and a miso soup tastes mostly of salt—but still soothe a craving, especially when paired with deeply kind service. Photo courtesy @sammanila

Meal Times
Dinner, Lunch


514 12th Ave, Seattle, WA, 98122
Sun–Thu 11–10<br>Fri & Sat 11–11