Spice Bridge: Seattle Food Destination for Travel-Hungry Families
Our lunch spread from Spice Bridge Food Hall. Credit: Angelica Lai
Taste your way around the globe
Even when you only have an afternoon, we’ve found a way to scratch that family travel itch — and support local businesses at the same time. It’s Spice Bridge Food Hall, a sunlit food destination and commercial kitchen in Tukwila that is filled with the smell of fried dough and delicious spices. In search of lunch and a tasty “trip” around the globe, we went to check it out.
Spice Bridge is part of the Food Innovation Network’s Food Business Incubator, a program that helps immigrants and refugees in South King County launch and build food businesses. Eight food vendors rotate through Spice Bridge’s four stalls six days a week (closed Mondays), creating an incredible multicultural space and experience. It’s inspiring how, even through the pandemic, these women-owned businesses have found a new way to bring joy and comfort to their communities through their homeland cuisines.
From hearty Cambodian stews to delightful East African doughnuts, your family is certain to find something new to taste and love. Use the arrows above the images or the link below to read about four kid-approved dishes you’ll want to try.
Up first: Cambodian beef and rice noodle soup
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