Guest Post by Micaela Surdi

Today I want to introduce you to Foodportunity assistant Micaela Surdi. She recently joined and has proven to be a great addition to the company. Here is a short bio on her and a post about her evening at Muchbar.
Micaela (pronounced Ma-kay-la) has a love and passion for anything food. She is currently in her last quarter of college and will graduate this June! In the future she plans to travel and experience different cuisine from countries and cities across the globe while acquainting herself with understanding and new knowledge of how food is prepared and represented around the world.

Munchbar with Carmen Electra

This Saturday, April 23rd head to Munchbar in Bellevue and celebrate with Carmen Electra for her Birthday! Be sure to grab a table, and dive into their wholesome and sophisticated menu. It is almost impossible to make the decision of what to eat since local all-star chef Seis Kamimura has dreamed up dozens of culinary creative and one of a kind combinations from fresh, seasonal, local produce, and high quality ingredients.

Munchbar is able to allure families, foodies, area workers , and anyone stopping through Bellevue day or night with its clean, new-fashioned pub approach. When faced with the decision of what to order, may we suggest the Ahi Tuna Tartare ( $14) which is combined with rice, crispy sticks, and soy sauce glaze. Or perhaps you’ve been partying too hard with Carmen Electra, then The Best Hang Over Pizza ($11) may be the trick to you feeling level-headed and also making you feel like you just visited heaven in your mouth. If you are feeling creative, order Mahi Mahi Tacos ($15) where spicy guacamole, poblano cream, and pico de gallo are all available for you to put as much or as little on each individual soft taco paired with Mahi fish, of course.

Our favorite dish at Munchbar had to have been the Tabletop S’mores ($8), chocolate, marshmallows, graham crackers, and rocky road ice cream. Munchbar provides miniature “fires” for guests to roast marshmallows in the comfort of their clean, modern, and welcoming environment rather than being outside in the cold, probably sitting on a log, and drenched in rain. The idea is so incredibly simple, but refreshing. It is definitely worth $8 and the time you will spend with your friends and family sharing a memorable and divine culinary experience at Munchbar.


Written by franticfoodie

I am Keren Brown (note: Keren with 2 E's). I love living in Seattle, I think the weather here is fabulous and spend my days writing, organizing and planning food events. Read about Seattle food events, recipes or just immerse in the food obsession. Check out my other blog in the Seattle PI http://blog.seattlepi.nwsource.com/franticfoodie/

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