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Teapot Vegetarian House

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345 15th Ave E # 202
Seattle, WA 98112
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(206) 325-1010
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Teapot Vegetarian House - Seattle, WA

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One of my favorite restaurants, Teapot in Seattle is located on a second story shopping area. Try to get a...

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My fiancée and I went to the Teapot Restaurant in the Redmond/Bellevue area on December 15, 2007. This is...

The Most Expensive Bad Food We Ever Ate! 12/19/2007

My fiancée and I went to the Teapot Restaurant in the Redmond/Bellevue area on December 15, 2007. This is... more

The Most Expensive Bad Food We Ever Ate! 12/19/2007

jinlx Provided by Partner
My fiancée and I went to the Teapot Restaurant in the Redmond/Bellevue area on December 15, 2007. This is the restaurant where we lost our engagem... more

Vegetarian Asian food 11/8/2006

One of my favorite restaurants, Teapot in Seattle is located on a second story shopping area. Try to get a... more

Vegetarian Asian food 11/8/2006

starhawke13 Provided by Partner
One of my favorite restaurants, Teapot in Seattle is located on a second story shopping area. Try to get a table by the window to people/car watch... more
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Editorial

  • The Scene
    Aromatic candles, Christmas lights, giant neon teapots on the ceiling and a fountain adorned with beer bottles give the restaurant a kitschy, informal feel. Service is friendly, but the line between first and second courses in nonexistent, so expect entrees to arrive while appetizers are still being enjoyed.

    The Food
    Entrees are heavily sauced to compensate for the lack of meat. The mock beef is rubbery in stir-fry dishes like basil "beef," but the difference is subtle in the sweet-and-sour fillets, where batter-fried soy protein comes drenched in translucent red sauce. Tofu lovers should go for the Mongolian vegetarian with sliced tofu in a sweet soy-based sauce, served on a bed of crispy rice noodles. Curried vegetables offer a simple mix of fresh vegetables in a mild (if somewhat bland) yellow curry.

  • 1/10/2006 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Monday To Sunday From 11:30 AM To 10:30 PM
  • Payments:

    Master Card, Visa
  • Neighborhoods:

    Broadway, Capitol Hill

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