15 Best Fremont Restaurants & What To Order (2023)
Looking for the best Fremont restaurants? Well, you’re in the right place!
The fun and quirky Fremont WA neighborhood offer not only unique landmarks and a great local shopping scene but also some of the best food in Seattle.
Whether it’s a pizza hotspot, a fancy sandwich shop, or an all-day diner with a disco hallway, you’ll surely find a spot to like in Fremont.
We’ve compiled 15 of the best Fremont restaurants for you to indulge in.
Kamonegi is a tiny, crooked warren of shadowy rooms trimmed in wood that serves the best soba noodles and Japanese food in Seattle.
A meal at Kamonegi is absolutely memorable, not only for its relaxed mood where you could feasibly wear sweatpants while knocking back that fresh sea urchin but also for its bold, creative chef who creates the signature soba noodles.
Kamonegi is all about comfort, loveable soup combined with unexpected pairings such as fried satsuma yam dressed with honey and gorgonzola, and even extends to tempura-fried Oreos.
They all have magnificent taste profiles and wonderful presentations!
Otherwise, you can try out their non-soup items, like the phenomenal Kabocha Tempura arches tossed like chicken wings in a sticky duck demi-glace, delicately topped with custardy uni and ikura.
What to order: Kabocha Tempura, Coffee-marinated Salmon Tartare, Black Cod Chawanmushi
Art of the Table displays an exceptional level of creativity and technical mastery that’s obvious in all of their dishes.
Their food is constantly changing and evolving, getting better and better every time.
Once you step inside the restaurant on a big corner space on the ground floor of an apartment building, there’s a pleasant, quiet bustle with people clearly enjoying their food.
The Scallop Crudo stands out in this month’s seven-course meal. Each bite is like a symphony of flavors and textures in your mouth. The chef’s creativity in blending such complex flavors will totally blow your mind.
Their Wagyu Flank Steak is a steak lover’s heaven.
The juiciness of wagyu beef is already incredible by itself, but the pho-spiced jus and turnip butter elevate the dish to a whole new level.
What to order: Scallop Crudo, Wagyu Flank Steak
Address: 3801 Stone Way N Suite A, Seattle, WA 9810
Fremont Bowl is a place where you can get homestyle Japanese comfort food, specializing in chirashi bowls, donburi bowls, snacks, etc.
The restaurant is small and clean, and the atmosphere is casual and friendly.
If you are a raw fish addict, we suggest that you go with the Chirashi bowl. You get a bowl full of absolutely fresh and delicious raw fish, which includes salmon, fatty tuna, shrimp, albacore, and masago with fresh wasabi. It’s raining seafood!
Their Poke Bowls are something to be appreciated. While poke bowls in most restaurants come with a myriad of toppings and sauces, completely masking the seafood’s flavor.
Here, you can taste the quality and natural flavor of the fish, as the toppings are minimal, and you can choose between one of the two available sauces – yuzu soy or sweet spicy.
What to order: Chirashi Bowl, Poke Bowl
Address: 4258 Fremont Avenue N, Suite #4262, Seattle, WA 98103
Sourdough wood-fired pizza, natural wines, good vibes— these words perfectly describe the wood-fired pizzeria and bar nestled into Fremont.
Lupo’s pizzas are made from sourdough and wood-fired to perfection.
The place is cozy with a mix of tables and booths, making it perfect for a date night or gathering with friends.
Their Burrata Soppressata is a star of a pizza at Lupo. The cool and creamy burrata excellently joins the hot honey and soppressata, warming things up. It has a surprisingly creamy, spicy, and sweet taste all at the same time.
El Camino is a sure bet if you’re hungry for Mexican food in Fremont. The place has a lot of seating inside and out, with a bright and cheery atmosphere.
The bar area is especially beautiful, and the semi-outdoor patio at the back with beautiful low lighting is perfect for a romantic date.
El Camino transports you to good old Mexico when you step inside the restaurant.
Nothing is better than a plate of El Camino’s Carne Asada Tacos.
The pinto beans and rice are so fine, and the carne asada was freshly prepared and expertly seasoned; it came with four different kinds of cheese, onions, and cilantro and was served with a side of fresh salsa.
Don’t overlook the Tostones & Guacamole. These plantain chips disappear quickly because you’ll devour them in a second.
What to order: Carne Asada Tacos, Tostones & Guacamole, House Margarita