This artfully decorated and out-of-the-way restaurant has been open for about 8 months. They have a full bar, a wide-ranging wine list, and oh the food!
My friends and I shared multiple small plates (which are quite reasonable at Happy Hour (4-6 and 10- close). We had the Crispy Chicken Wings (came with a little mango, were slightly crunchy and so good!), the soup - which was to-die-for - the soup changes often, the Green Papaya Salad (very spicy, the only thing I would not order again due to its lack of complex flavors), Lumpia, Steamed Pork Buns, and... Sweet Corn Potstickers. This was plenty of food as the Happy Hour plates are actually very well sized.
This place is way more intimate and classier than your average Seattle spot- so if you are looking for a place that brings you an amuse bouche to start and a palate cleanser at the end (a real date impresser) then you've found it!
All three of us had drinks and with tax and tip, it was about $20 each.
Go find out for yourself!
Pros: intimate setting, happy hour/late night drink & food