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Ristorante Pellini - CLOSED

Map & Directions 515 Madison St., 28th Fl
Seattle, WA 98104
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206-267-2201
  • Mon-Thu 5pm-10pm, Fri-Sat 5pm-11pm

 
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  • The Seattle Times on 06/11/10

    Times food writer Nancy Leson recommends the smoked-salmon ravioli with lemon zest. She enjoys the richness of the smoky salmon and its citrus-infused cream sauce.

  • Roberto G. on 08/05/10

    The Branzino is a must have or the Veal chop

  • My Tam N. on 10/28/11

    Orrechiette with rapini and spicy sausage is one of my favorite pasta dishes in the city. Beet salad also delicious. Chef often sends out complimentary amuse bouche to tables he enjoy.

  • Mike M. on 01/26/10

    Go here with someone special. Get a nice bottle of wine, start with the Sweet Potato Gnocci and Semolina Encrusted Scallops. Get the Kurobuta Pork Shank or the Veal Chop and warm pudding cake 4 desert

  • Keridwyn D. on 09/25/09

    Head to Tulio for some of the best italian in town - amazing salads, pastas and drink wine outside in their streetlevel patio!

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