What to eat in and around Seattle today: Sugar Hill Seattle

Apr 16 2021, 1:14 pm

Open six days a week, Sugar Hill in Seattle is one of our favorite Thai restaurants in the city.

Although their restaurant looks more like a hip-hop haven rather than an authentic Thai spot, their flavors will convince you otherwise.

We recommend starting with a few of their Gub Gam Thai-style small plates to share.

We love the Tao Hu Tod tofu pillows, Sai Ua homemade grilled Thai sausage, Beek Gai Tod deep-fried chicken wings, and Pla Mouk Yang grilled calamari with spicy “crack” sauce.

 

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Next, pick a main. The Khao Mun tod chicken rice is delicious, as is all of their noodle soups.

 

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To finish, go for some of Kryse’s Handcrafted Ice Cream, champagne mango and sweet sticky rice, or Roti Wan Thai pancake.

 

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We also recommend visiting during Sugar Hill’s happy hour from 4 to 6 pm where you can enjoy $2 off cocktails, $1 off draft beer, wine, and well drinks, and $1 off Gub Gam.

Sugar Hill is currently open on Tuesday to Thursday, and Sunday from 4 to 10 pm, as well as Friday and Saturday from 4 pm to 12 am. Those interested in dining at home can enjoy pickup or delivery through Tock.

Sugar Hill 

Location: 414 East Pine Street, Seattle
Phone: 206-568-2111
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