147 "Quick Eats" restaurants in Seattle.
Seattle Fish Guys is a seafood market in the Central District that also serves excellent Hawaiian poke.
Burgermaster is a classic drive-in restaurant just off 520 in Bellevue that serves burgers, fries, onion rings, and milkshakes. Bill Gates loves it.
Blotto is a Capitol Hill pizza pop-up that operates out of a window in the Broadway Alley building. Get a vodka pie.
King Philly is a restaurant on Beacon Hill that serves delicious cheesesteaks of all types, from beef to plant-based.
Cemitas Poblanos in White Center (in a strip mall off 509) makes excellent cemitas using incredible crusty rolls.
Taqueria El Asadero is a truck on Rainier with great tortas and a tremendous taco deal - $6 for four tacos.
El Taco Loco in Ballard is a truck that serves papusas, tacos, and a bunch of different tortas.
This taco truck in South Park serves delicious tortas on crusty and perfectly grilled bread.
Drip Tea is a boba shop on Capitol Hill that sells bubble tea and soft serve ice cream.
King's Deli is a convenience store in the Central District that serves fried chicken, jojos, and excellent soft serve ice cream.
Jack's Chicken Shack is a takeout window located at Jack's BBQ's South Lake Union location, and they serve fried chicken and sides.
Mangosteen is a pop-up in the old Phở Bắc boat on Jackson that serves great sandwiches.
For incredible spam musubi and plate lunches, go to Kauai Family Restaurant in Georgetown.
This Columbia City spot serves excellent fried seafood, including crab puppies and fish and chips.
This Black-owned spot in the Central District serves great fish and chips and catfish sandwiches.