If you like to eat and want the opportunity to try a bunch of restaurants in one spot, you have to visit Asean Streat Food Hall. It’s a relatively new Southeast Asian street food hall in the heart of Downtown Seattle. Let’s check it out and see what you can pick up.

Why secret? Well, it’s located in an unlikely place, Westlake Center!

According to the food halls website, the owner has been in the business for about 30 years and has extensive experience owning Thai restaurants. This experience in the industry and love of travel gave him the desire to share this with others and create Asean.

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Upon visiting Asean Streat Food Hall you’ll find eight different carts offering different kinds of cuisine. Options range from things like tea to ice cream, pho, and much more.

You have the option of either ordering directly from your favorite cart or the self-service kiosk which allows you to check out all of the menus.

Best of all, the food hall is open daily for both lunch and dinner so you can make it a weekend outing or check it out during your lunch break. Enjoy!

Asean Streat Food Hall

Where: 400 Pine St #136
Hours: Daily 11 AM-9 PM