This little Japanese restaurant's emphasis on little portions is a favorite with lunchers from Microsoft, and for good reason. Everything is prepared ... More
This little Japanese restaurant's emphasis on little portions is a favorite with lunchers from Microsoft, and for good reason. Everything is prepared meticulously and at reasonable prices, without airs. Space is the problem, especially around the noon hour, when pocket-protector-clad folks spill into the restaurant. The service is fast and friendly, but your best bet is to avoid the lunch crunch. The sushi is basic and the selection isn't big, but what the chefs do, they do well. There are a variety of stir-fry and yakisoba dishes, teriyakis and tempuras. The stir-fries are especially popular, with a pleasing mix of vegetables.
I had take out of the bento box combo. The dumplings and tempura are so greasy they are not edible. The dumplings look like they were frozen and reheated. I do not understand any high ratings for this place.
Located in Downtown Redmond, the Redmond Inn is in the heart of Seattles Eastside High Tech corridor. Within walking distance,
guests can find unique shopping and dining at the award winning Redmond Town Center or travel just minutes where ...