Seattle families are spoiled with the many wonderful ethnic restaurants available around every corner (think pho, sushi, teriyaki and, of course, Mexican). But if you and your young foodies would like to try a taste of the other continents, we’ve rounded up a handful of restaurants worthy of repeat visits. Click through the gallery and follow our tips for a globe-trekking bite of the Emerald City.

The Australian Pie Company

Say “G-day!” to the Aussie pie. When you and the kids are ready for some tucker, this B-Town eatery is just the thing for a quick bite of down-under delicacies. Aussie pies come in lots of bonza flavors including beef and cheese, sautéed vegetable, and chicken and asparagus – all wrapped in golden puff pastry. Wash it down with a bottle of world famous Bundaberg Ginger Beer. Then for dessert, try a Lamington (white cake dipped in chocolate and rolled in coconut – deee-licious!)

Insider Info: Vegemite sandwiches aren’t on the menu but you can make your own at home – don’t forget to buy a jar of Vegemite and some Billy Tea before you leave.

The Australian Pie Company
425 S.W. 152nd St.
Burien, Wa 98166
206-243-4138
Online: australianpieco.com
Facebook: facebook.com/The-Australian-Pie-Company

photo: Helen Walker Green

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— Helen Walker Green