Long Provincial Vietnamese Restaurant & Jelly Bar
Seattle, WA 98101
- Mon-Thu 9am-10pm, Fri-Sat 11am-2am
- All Major Credit Cards
- Catering, Private Party, Vegetarian Friendly, Wheelchair Accessible
- Dinner, Lunch
- Full bar
- No Parking
Seattle Weekly's Description
Long (the "o" pronounced as "ao") brings everything the Nguyen family have done at their popular Tamarind Tree into the realm of fine dining: tonier decor, more formal service, and more sophisticated dishes with equally sophisticated prices. The joke quickly emerged, though, that the restaurant was named after its epic menu. The best approach is to eat low on the, er, food chain: Appetizers like fried-catfish spring rolls and meltingly tender satays as well as the herb-strewn salads (scallop-pomelo, banana-blossom) are exquisite. Vegetable sides like kohlrabi stir-fried with dill are straightforward and reliable. Meanwhile, the entrees follow the general rule that the more you pay, the less impressed you'll be.
Tips from foursquare
Long Provincial is the latest endeavor from the folks who started the popular Tamarind Tree, Its signature rolls and many Vietnamese appetizers are featured during happy hour 4-6, Sun-TH 10-midnight
Long Provincial Vietnamese joins the current blaze of upmarket Vietnamese restaurants.
They serve pho (and other stuff) until midnight. 'nuff said.
Best late night happy hour food in the city! Insanely low prices on garlic chicken wings, drunk clams + Tamarind Tree rolls!
Rice hot pot was delicious. Music is awesome, like being in a Bond movie.
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