Eric Banh


  • Best Asian Restaurant (Monsoon)
    Seattle Metropolitan magazine
  • Best Soup Bowl (Monsoon)
    The Stranger
  • Best Restaurants (Monsoon)
    Seattle Metropolitan magazine
  • ChefsFeed Winner
    One of the Best Things to Eat in Seattle

Where I Go Out

At My Venues

Mad Hatcher farm bone-in chicken claypot
$$$, Happy Hour, Reservations, Full Bar, Vietnamese, Bar, Lounge, West Bellevue
"I adore Eric Banh’s food. His dishes are always elegant but amazingly flavorful. He’s confessed to me on several occasions that this is his favorite dish on his menu, and it’s not hard to taste why. Pieces of young chicken, succulent from being cooked on the bone, are glazed with just the right amount of sweetness and spice. The lemongrass is very present but not overwhelming. This dish begs you to use your hands to eat it, and you will think about it the next day."
Huế dumpling
$$, Vietnamese, Northeast Seattle
"These dumplings are stuffed with mung beans and caramelized shallots, and they come with a spicy soy vinaigrette. They're made with rice flour dough, which makes them so delicate and tender. The wonderful filling and texture make this a very satisfying appetizer."
Mì vịt tiềm
$$, Happy Hour, Full Bar, Vietnamese, Asian, Squire Park
"I'm a 'Cheap Eat Queen,' so for me to get a whole duck leg confit over a bowl of egg noodles is heaven. The star anise makes it so fragrant and delicious. For $10, you leave satisfied and content. It's heaven in a bowl."