Specializing in shabu shabu, Roaring Bowl is all about fresh, flavorful, interactive and Asian-inspired cuisine.
Roar into the New Year With Our Fresh, Healthy and Interactive Asian Specialties!
Located near Metropolitan Market at First and Mercer in Lower Queen Anne, we are a small Asian inspired restaurant specializing in shabu shabu, an authentic Japanese cooking technique that lets diners cook thin slices of meat, seafood or vegetables quickly and immediately in a flavorful broth.
OPENING JANUARY 2014
At Roaring Bowl, this interactive Asian experience brings excitement and spontaneity to dining out and our menu features three essential components: The Robota Grill, the Shabu Shabu Bowls, and the Gamjatang Bowls. Each offering a unique experience with ingredients sourced from some of the Northwest’s finest purveyors.
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Happy New Year!!
Roaring Bowl will be celebrating the Chinese New Year all weekend!! So come in and celebrate with great food and large hot sakes for only $4!
Great news! For this weekend only, we're offering a vegan and gluten-free spicy mushroom broth. Stop on by!
If you're at the Irish Festival today, come in and check out our hot and savory broths! Perfect for this rainy day.
We're right on 1st Ave North, right before Mercer Street. Just a block away from Key Arena.
We've got some great specials cooked up for you this week! Stop in today and try our Kurobuta pork belly fried rice (pictured). If you're craving something warm on this rainy day, we're offering Wagyu dumplings and King Salmon dumplings with our shabu-shabu bowls for a limited time!
"Roaring Bowl, you've got one of the best new spots in town:" — We'll take that! Thanks Thrillist for this fantastic feature:
thrillist.com If there's one thing you can count on, it's your fingers. But if there are two things you can count on, it's your fingers and a shton of new restaurants and bars opening in Seattle every month. To help you pick the best ones, we've helpfully compiled a list of eight eat/drink spots you should try ri...
Ignite a spark and create a roaring romance after you bring your Valentine to Roaring Bowl to experience the most interactive and fun dinner they've had yet!
roaringbowl.com Located near Metropolitan Market at First and Mercer in Lower Queen Anne, we are a small Asian inspired restaurant specializing in shabu shabu, an authentic Japanese cooking technique that lets diners cook thin slices of meat, seafood or vegetables quickly and immediately in a flavorful broth.
The Ginger-Lemongrass Créme Brûlée is the perfect finish to your Shabu Shabu experience. Will we see you and your date this Friday night?
The best ingredients make up a meal that you can share with friends, family, or that special "someone".
Starting your first experience at Roaring Bowl with the amazing flavors of Kalbi from the Robota Grill is always a great idea!
We love to see when Seattleites visit and try new places, especially when they involve Roaring Bowl! Thank you Nicole Baade, Tours Northwest, and publisher of Seattle. Travel. Food. Fun., for this lovely first-time experience feature on Shabu Shabu and more:
nicolebaade.wordpress.com First off, I have to say I am SO happy February is finally here. I made it through no-alcohol-January and enjoyed my first glass of vino promptly on the 1st. I was in for another treat that night a...
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|Friday||5pm - 10pm|
|Friday||11:30am - 3pm|
|Saturday||5pm - 10pm|
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|Sunday||5pm - 9pm|
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