What to eat in and around Seattle today: Donburi Station
Alyssa Therrien | Apr 30 2020, 11:12 am
“You’re going to want to hop on the flavor train because its next stop is Donburi Station.
Donburi translated to English means rice bowls, while the spot pays homage to the unique charm of Georgetown’s brick walls, railroads, and industrial environment.
Donburi Station is one of Georgetown’s newest hotspots, which serves up soups, salads, appetizers, and sixteen types of rice bowls.”
6 Seattle Restaurants That Made Their Debuts During the Stay-at-Home Order
From pizza to Vietnamese coffee to donburi
by Gabe Guarente Apr 14, 2020, 11:15am PDT
“What it is: The second outpost of popular donburi specialist Fremont Bowl has moved into the space formerly occupied by longtime sushi spot Cutting Board, which closed earlier this year. It takes after its sibling restaurant with a selection of seafood-filled rice bowls and salads.
What’s available now: Right now, the restaurant offers preorders for pickup through its own site (the cheapest option), as well as apps such as GrubHub, DoorDash, and Uber Eats, with a comprehensive menu that includes chirashi, chicken katsu, and short rib yakiniku donburi.”
Lighthouse Seattle Magazine
New Japanese spot Donburi Station debuts in Georgetown
March 25, 2020
“If you’ve got Japanese on the mind, a recent opening is need-to-know. The fresh arrival to Georgetown, called Donburi Station, is located at 5503 Airport Way South.
The restaurant offers a wide variety of donburi, which means ‘bowl’ in Japanese. Types of donburi include chicken teriyaki, salmon poke, grilled short rib, tonkatsu and more. There are also dumplings, salads and miso soup on the menu.”