Seattle’s Healthiest Restaurants

Seattle's top health-focused restaurants are dedicated to using organic ingredients, following sustainable practices, and offering innovative menus that cater to the health-conscious. Whether you're exploring local flavors or seeking nourishing meals that are good for both you and the environment, these eateries represent the best of Seattle’s vibrant food culture. Here’s a look at some of the standout organic and health-oriented dining options we've carefully selected throughout the Seattle, Washington, area.

Duke’s Seafood and Chowder (4 locations)

901 Fairview Avenue North
Seattle, Washington 98109

7850 Green Lake Drive North
Seattle, Washington 98103

2516 Alki Way, Southwest
Seattle, Washington 98116

500 Bellevue Way Northeast
Bellevue, Washington 98004

Duke’s is known for their 100% sustainable seafood - fresh Dungeness crab, prawns, and signature wild salmon recipes. Try their award-winning Clam Chowder (gluten-free, all natural, New England style with nitrite-free bacon, creamy and herby); French Basil Pesto Salmon; Off the Hook Stuffed Salmon (stuffed with Dungeness crab, wild Mexican Pacific prawns, Havarti, Parmesan and Asiago cheeses, homemade pretty pesto accent); or any of their Grass-Fed Burgers (no antibiotics, hormones or growth stimulants ever! Ground sirloin served with homemade mayo, fresh Walla Walla sweet onions, fresh sliced tomato and local, hydroponic bibb lettuce).

Terra Plata

1501 Melrose Avenue
Seattle, Washington 98122

Terra Plata sources their ingredients from our growers and artisan producers who practice organic, sustainable farming. While their menu changes seasonally, sample menu selections include Wild Mushroom Risotto (chanterelles, matsutake, brown butter, pecorino, parmesan, mascarpone, sherry vinegar); Pan Roasted Sturgeon (caponata, chermoula, treviso, pine nuts); Whole Roasted Branzino (saffron-corona bean potage, sofrito, preserved lemon aioli, crispy serrano ham, grilled lime); Roasted Bone Marrow (apricot-caper mostarda, crostini); Confit Lamb Riblets (pistachio dukkah, labneh, pomegranate molasses); and much more.

The Whale Wins

3506 Stone Way North
Seattle, Washington 98103

The Whale Wins features a wood-fired, vegetable focused menu using selected foods from local beaches, gardens and farms. Look for menu items such as PARISIENNE GNOCCHI (mushroom ragout, crispy garlic, parsley, parmesan); ALASKAN HALIBUT (Maya coba beans, calabrian chili, frilly mustard greens, hazelnut oil); HAMA HAMA CLAMS (merguez, charred spring onion, harissa, cilantro); and more.

Toulouse Petit Kitchen

601 Queen Anne Avenue North
Seattle, Washington 98109

This iconic restaurant is open for Lunch, Brunch, and Dinner. Their extensive menu includes dishes such as Local LL Ling Cod with Pistachios and Asparagus (shallots, tarragon, sherry nuoc cham); Sea Scallops and Cod in a Saffron Bouillabaisse with Patagonian Prawns and Local Mussels; Grimaud Farms Fragrant Muscovy Duck Confit over Lentils de Puy with Butternut Squash; along with a variety of soups, salads, sandwiches, burgers, small plates.


1531 Melrose Avenue
Seattle, Washington 98122

Homegrown prides themselves on food that is sourced sustainably, ingredient by ingredient, farm by farm. Look for menu items like Matcha Chicken Avocado Bowl (all natural chicken, avocado, feta, cucumbers, cherry tomatoes, warm ancient grains, farm greens & basil lime matcha dressing); Clean Greens (farm greens, cucumber, shredded carrots & lemon avocado vinaigrette); Broccoli Melt Sandwich (white cheddar, smoky roasted broccoli, caramelized onions, chermoula aioli & farm greens); Grass-fed Steak & Blue (grass-fed steak, blue cheese, caramelized onions, roasted garlic aioli & farm greens); and more.

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