> >


The Maneki Restaurant



304 6th Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98104

View more Seattle restaurants

(206) 622-2631

Hours

  • Sunday: 5:30 pm - 10:30 pm
  • Monday: Closed
  • Tuesday: 5:30 pm - 10:30 pm
  • Wednesday: 5:30 pm - 10:30 pm
  • Thursday: Closed
  • Friday: 5:30 pm - 10:30 pm
  • Saturday: 5:30 pm - 10:30 pm

Cuisine: American Restaurants, Japanese Restaurants

View more restaurants at exit 165a on I-5.


4.6 of 5.0 from 68 reviews


price range:$11 to $25

menu

Write a Review

Is this your restaurant?
Claim Your Listing For Free


The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA
  • The Maneki Restaurant in Seattle, WA

The Maneki Restaurant Reviews

Add your review for The Maneki Restaurant.

  • vbhunt reviewA nice place to relax after a rough day at the office. Very friendly staff and great sushi, full bar. I would recommend Maneki to anyone looking for a casual, community restaurant where they can enjoy great food.

    44444 by vbhunt


  • MarkHorn reviewvery good food. friendly service.

    44444 by MarkHorn


  • JYYakitori, Takoyaki

    55555 by JY


  • Linton W.Black miso cod!!

    55555 by Linton W.


  • Nima TalebiReally bad service; rude.

    11111 by Nima Talebi


  • Nima TalebiWorst service I've had in a long time. Wow. Never coming back.

    22222 by Nima Talebi


  • Christine DTraditional Japanese food in a cozy setting. Seafood heavy menu. Expect a wait without rez. 🍚🐟

    55555 by Christine D


  • Celeste T.Good for groups!

    55555 by Celeste T.


  • Ryan MSpicy tuna roll and chicken yakisoba were good in a small, old-fashioned space. I think it's the oldest restaurant in Seattle.

    55555 by Ryan M


  • Amy R.The dinners have so many sides!

    33333 by Amy R.


  • Anthony VSushi and a wide variety of Japanese food

    55555 by Anthony V


  • David V.The tempura, sushi and chicken don are all delicious

    55555 by David V.


  • Ashley M.The oldest continually operated Japanese restaurant on the West Coast, Maneki has been open for 107 years and counting.

    55555 by Ashley M.


  • Scott RyanSashimi fresher than this only exists in the ocean itself. Many other Japanese delicacies. To say the prices are fair is a serious understatement.

    55555 by Scott Ryan


  • Carter JThe black cod and tempura here are amazing!

    55555 by Carter J


  • Sherry L.Really love the motsu-ni here. Black cod kama is a must have if course. Authentic and homey Japanese food.

    55555 by Sherry L.


  • keri d.not impressed by their sushi and sashimi.Recommend ordering cooked food here.Their miso cod is the best I've ever had

    55555 by keri d.


  • Whi C.Love everything in here.

    55555 by Whi C.


  • Sarah S.Monk fish liver

    55555 by Sarah S.


  • Priya Parker"The absolute king of 'how the hell is this so cheap' in Seattle is the miso-glazed black cod collar at Maneki. $7.50 for what would be easily twice that at almost any other restaurant."

    55555 by Priya Parker


  • Letao AButter-yaki is pretty authentic stuff.

    55555 by Letao A


  • AFAR MediaThe best values are the combo dinners, which are under $20 and include sunomono, miso, rice, tea, and fruit for dessert; the sakana dinner with salt-broiled mackerel is fantastic.

    55555 by AFAR Media


  • David N.Two words: Spider Roll

    55555 by David N.


  • StefanGreat food, very authentic

    55555 by Stefan


  • Riley E.Try the Durkee roll. Whether or not you're a vegetarian, this roll is something straight out of sushi heaven.

    55555 by Riley E.


  • DenMom & MoMo W.Note to all: don't be a rookie. And make a reservation.

    33333 by DenMom & MoMo W.


  • EverydayMeh selection. Good black cod. Sashimi is quite bland and not worth trying.

    33333 by Everyday


  • Nika L.The lil ol' Japanese ladies are so cute here!

    55555 by Nika L.


  • Tanya P.Everything here was absolutely delicious. Had miso black cod collar (best fish I've ever had), tuna tartare, sea kelp hijiki, and clams sake broth. One of my all time favorite restaurants.

    55555 by Tanya P.


  • Curtis L.Definitely make reservations or you will be waiting awhile!

    55555 by Curtis L.


  • Kristin W.really just okay. service lacks and the food is mediocre. head waitress made up excuses for why the food didn't come out as described on the menu. really wanted to like (or love) this place, no cigar

    33333 by Kristin W.


  • Sam D.Get there right when they open, sit at the bar, order some Sapporos and start making your way through the specials written on the cabinet. Then, prepare for mind expansion.

    33333 by Sam D.


  • Kate B.Uni. 'Nuff said!

    55555 by Kate B.


  • Buster B.Black cod is the thing apparently.

    55555 by Buster B.


  • Misty S.Black cod collar!

    55555 by Misty S.


  • John B.Sit at the bar.

    33333 by John B.


  • Mingfei Y.Nice service. Usually need to reserve but I got lucky with Walk in. Salmon is fresh and I love Tekka don! The miso soup is tasty too. $25-35 per person usually.

    55555 by Mingfei Y.


  • Alexander D.Definitely call ahead!

    55555 by Alexander D.


  • DanielTry the mozuku. It's good seaweed with a kick.

    55555 by Daniel


  • DanielTry the menu!

    55555 by Daniel


  • Lillian Y.Fresh, top-quality sushi and sashimi at an unbeatable price. Amaebi w/ it's deep fried head, geoduck, scallop, uni and much more. One of the most traditional and authentic Japanese restaurants.

    55555 by Lillian Y.


  • Eduardo R.Make sure you call and provide your reservation information if you plan to get a table.

    55555 by Eduardo R.


  • Luciano T.Great drinks. Also try the Salmon Teriyaki.

    55555 by Luciano T.


  • Lillian Y.amaebi sushi with its head in tempura style is a must. $4.5 for two pieces.

    55555 by Lillian Y.


  • Alicia K.Awesome chirashi which is how good Japanese restaurants are measured by.

    55555 by Alicia K.


  • Colin B.Come here for fresh, delicious homestyle Japanese food at prices that won't crush your wallet. Thumbs up to the sassy ladies that run this place!

    55555 by Colin B.


  • EaterGetting seats at this 107-year-old Japanese restaurant can be an utter puzzlement, but should you crack the code, the mind-boggling list of specials are where it's at. [Eater 38 Member]

    33333 by Eater


  • Leonardo H.Try the Black Cod Kasuzuke - I can't seem to resist this every time. Black Cod, you're too good + a soba soup on the side. And Barley Shochu. (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Leonardo H.


  • Yin Y.Get a reservation even if it's 5mins after they open.. next available is 9:15pm.

    22222 by Yin Y.


  • SW StreetAs one of Seattle Weekly's 2011 Favorite Restaurants and the true heart of the International District, we'd recommend you head in for Hamachi Don!

    55555 by SW Street


  • AaronTotally disappointing sushi and some of the worst service in town. Otherwise great. ;)

    33333 by Aaron


  • BrittneyAll time favorite sushi place, even though it is a dive. It isn't necessarily creative, but more or less traditional, big pieces, affordable, and fresh!

    55555 by Brittney


  • c'est qui :.Make reservations! For ppl who love good, authentic Japanese food. So yummy and cheap. Try Age Dashi Tofu, Unagi/Eel Sushi Roll, Spider Roll, Spicy Tuna Roll, Black Cod.

    55555 by c'est qui :.


  • Leonardo H.Try the Black Cod Kasuzuke - A must here at Maneki. Amazing flavors and texture. Marinated in kasu (the lees of sake) and grilled, the cod transforms into little succulent bites of heaven. (via @Food

    55555 by Leonardo H.


  • Seattle MetIt does not get more old-school in Seattle than the century-old Maneki, a homey haunt of homely delights kept in line

    55555 by Seattle Met


  • Ally W.Best broiled black cod ever and cheap! Must try!

    55555 by Ally W.


  • EmmersoneNigiri sushi is very generous. Gyoza is very good.

    55555 by Emmersone


  • Frank C.The soft shell crab tempura is amazing.

    55555 by Frank C.


  • ZigolleidPork Katsu is extremely cheap for the amount you get, and the quality is much better than most Japanese restaurant around the area.

    55555 by Zigolleid


  • Jessica S.If you don't order the black cod you're missing out on one of the best meals of your life! Fried eggplant is also great.

    55555 by Jessica S.


  • Jane H.Salt Broiled Mackerel Sakana Dinner will have everyone trying to eating off your plate! Let them because it comes with sashimi, cucumber salad, miso soup, shrimp + veggie tempura, fruit + tea for $16!

    55555 by Jane H.


  • Ben P.Black cod...do it

    55555 by Ben P.


  • The Seattle TimesThe truly-great-granddaddy of Japanese restaurants. Stuffs savory "doughnut-holes" with bits of octopus, sprinkled them with bonito flakes and called it tako-yaki.

    33333 by The Seattle Times


  • mizleyleyDelicious rolls

    55555 by mizleyley


  • Derek P.Order the Miso Black Cod and Garlic Tempura.

    55555 by Derek P.


  • Shannon H.They've been in Seattle for 100+ years for a reason.My favorites are: Calpico martini, 'steamed salmon in foil pouch' (trust me on this one,) karage and wild salmon sashimi. Don't try going w/o a

    55555 by Shannon H.


  • Erik JGet a JoJo roll!

    55555 by Erik J


  • Alex H.Go to Maneki and order Geoduck Batayaki. Enter nirvana.

    55555 by Alex H.


Map of The Maneki Restaurant

Restaurants similar to The Maneki Restaurant

Nearby Restaurants