What to eat in and around Seattle today: Umami Kushi

Mar 19 2021, 1:55 pm

Being a city slicker in Seattle, you’ve probably found yourself reaching for a little snack from Umami Kushi.

The bakery, which now produces hundreds of Japanese okazu pans, beignets, and yuzu kosho that are served all over the city, offers tasty and fully loaded pockets of deep-fried dough.

 

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It’s pretty often that Umami Kushi sells out of treats before closing, so you may want to take advantage of their online ordering for in-person pickup.

 

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We suggest ordering a few flavors of original okazu pan. Options include beef curry, bbq pork, lentil, jerk chicken, smoked salmon, chicken adobo, yakisoba, black sesame chicken, kimchi pork, and even a hot dog pan.

 

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You can even take home some sauces and toppings, such as salmon furikake, red koshio, or yuzu koshio.

 

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Umami Kushi ozaku pans can be picked up at the Rainier Beach production kitchen and can also be found at various spots around the city, including All City Coffee, Broadcast Coffee, Coffeeholic House, Métier Brewing, Olympia Coffee, Onda Origins, Overcast Coffee, Resistencia, Seattle Fish Guys, The Station Coffee, The Velvet Elk, and Uwajimaya.

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