GQ restaurant writer Alan Richman names his picks for the country's 25 Most Outstanding Restaurants of 2015 in the current issue of the magazine. And only one Seattle restaurant makes the list: Capitol Hill's Trove.
Richman calls Trove "a playground for your tastebuds." Here's what else he says:
Trove is two restaurants and a bar under one roof, plus a semi-outdoor frozen-custard stand. (Even if it's raining, which it always is, don't skip the stand.) Trove's noodle section is so noodle-centric, I found some in my Mexican posole. The grill-it-yourself section had mostly chewy meats, surely because I cooked them. Even I couldn't make the Wagyu tri-tip tough.
Should someone inform Richman it doesn't always rain here? Perhaps not.