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1400 Western Ave, Seattle, WA 98101
Seattle, WA 98101
(206) 262-9797
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Typhoon - Seattle, WA


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Worst crowd ever. Coming from NY you'd expect a better looking crowd, (not as fashionforward), but appropriate. the bouncer or door handle dude or the promoter. whatever the loser...

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Great Food, Good Large Group Setting 4/24/2006

We had dinner for 30 at Typhoon today. They gave us a separate area behind the bar - nicely secluded and well organized. They served us buffett style, which made things much easier for everyone. The food was top notch - tasty and fresh - although it was standard thai (e.g. nothing particularly special.) The service was good, although it started off a little slow (they didn't start cooking until the bulk of the people showed up.) Overall, we were very happy. It was a nice change from the pre-board meeting seafood or steak dinner. We had three tables of 10 so the conversation was reasonably intimate (vs. one giant table where you can't really talk to anyone other than the people directly next to you.) more

The Best Thai In Seattle 8/18/2005

Typhoon has it all-the food, the atmosphere and the location. As soon as you walk through the door you know you are in for a treat. The menu is filled with Thai classics such as pad-thai but also has some great house specialities. My favorite thing about Typhoon is their tea selection. They have over 100 different teas to choose from! The only downside to Typhoon is the price. You're looking at about $12 a plate and a pot of tea will cost you another 6. more
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  • In Short
    Trendy eatery's tchotchkes, TV and muted-toned walls are complemented by ample windows, which are ideal for Pike Place people-watching. Classic Thai cuisine is prepared with innovative twists. Miang lao--minced pork with dry shrimp, peanuts, garlic and tamarind juice--arrives in a crisp, edible cup. Tender Crying Tiger flank steak is grilled medium rare, while scallop seviche is gussied up with avocado, tomatoes and a citrus sauce. On the traditional side: chicken in green curry is a specialty.

  • 4/17/2007 Provided by Citysearch

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  • Neighborhoods:

    Downtown, Pike Place Market

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