Fish Cake Factory

2510 4th Ave, Seattle, WA 98121 Directions
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83% of 327 customers recommended
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Report | 5 months ago
Delicious food at reasonable prices. We experienced prompt, attentive service, which was in contrast to some of the reviews we had read. Maybe the change of the restaurant's name from Fish Cake Factory to Ti22 also brought a change in mangement that resulted in improvements. Whatever the reason for the improvements, we plan to return to enjoy more great meals here.
Report | 5 months ago
Restaurant is now T 22. I was curious about the fish cakes but was disappointed. Small portion size and rather pricey for what I got. However, my husband ordered the Mussaman Curry and it was delicious....So I helped him finish it off. So I would come back and try other Thai dishes.
Report | 6 months ago
The food was excellent with great authentic flavor. The service was warm and inviting into a beautiful atmosphere. Would I return in a heartbeat for my all-time favorite Beef salad and fried Tofu appetizer...luv, luv,"luv "Ti 22".
Report | 6 months ago
Great service and we loved the Phad Thai!
Report | 7 months ago
Great food and atmosphere
Report | 8 months ago
It's now called Ti 22, and is a Thai restaurant. Delish, despite having hoped that it would be Fish Cakes.
Report | 8 months ago
They changed the name from Fishcake to Ti22. Absolutely delicious! Fish cake appetizer, beef salad (perfectly spiced) & their version of bathing rama with spinach & peanut sauce, but on wide noodles versus rice. The noodles were just the right chewy texture. Will go back!
Report | 8 months ago
Service was not good (the guy who waited on us definitely wasn't focusing on work), but based on great food we'll give Fishcake aka Ti22 a thumbs-up.
Report | 8 months ago
I think it's a little too bright there - especially by the bar. The food is good though.
Report | 8 months ago
it has changed names... Ti 22 the menu is a little different then when it was fish cake- but still good neighborhood Thai!
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Though the chefs at Ti 22 may specialize in cakes, don't expect to find many pastries on their menu. Instead, they pat together patties of salmon, crab, and taro root with Thai spices, then fry them into crisp, golden cakes served with a choice of sauce on the side. Their specialty is the traditional tod mun pla, made from ladyfish paste spiced with red chili paste, kaffir lime leaves, and young string beans. Chefs accompany this dish with other traditional Thai favorites such as the pad thai and massaman curry, while adding in flavors of the Northwest by cooking salmon in a panang curry. For clients who still desire sweets, they offer ice cream from Lopez Island Creamery.

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Many people described the Peanut Sauce as Amazing.
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Many people described the Sampler as Good.
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