Chinese, Pho, French
With more than 14 Seattle restaurants, four books, and a cooking school, there's no one busier in the Seattle food biz than chef and restaurateur, Tom Douglas. But even with all his commitments, he finds time to get out and eat at places that are not his own.
"Well, I'm often eating alone half the week because my wife is at the farm, so I'm looking for a place that has a counter or a bar with a TV. I eat late at night, so I like something a little bit lighter," said Douglas.
- Tai Tung Chinese Restaurant, " I started coming here back in 1978 when I was a late night cook up on Broadway," Seattle's oldest Chinese restaurant. International District. 655 S King St, Seattle, WA 98104
- Pho Bac "Some of the best comfort food in the city." International District. 1314 S Jackson St, Seattle, WA 98144
- Thierry Rautureau's Luc "What I love about this place is the country French food." Madison Valley. 2800 E. Madison Seattle, WA 98112