Bisato Restaurant Review | Seattle Times

James Beard Award-winning Seattle chef Scott Carsberg recently closed his long-time Belltown fine-dining restaurant Lampreia after 18 years, to open the more casual small-plates restaurant Bisato. Chef Carsberg redesigned the space and re-opened about two months ago. Seattle Times restaurant critic Providence Cicero wrote a glowing review in today’s Dining Out section in the NW Ticket section of the Times. The Times used two of my photographs in the review. Here are some of the images and dishes. Enjoy.   |  Scott

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3 Responses to “Bisato Restaurant Review | Seattle Times”

  1. Eric Kayne says:

    Very nice stuff! What I remember from my internship at The Seattle Times, the food assignments were always great. The decor of the restaurants was always crisp, the food always looked fresh and artfully prepared, and there were either huge windows to take advantage of natural light or thoughtful interior light. I don’t think I ever broke out a strobe once!

    Cheers,

    Eric

  2. Roberto says:

    I dined at the Bisato last week and we decided not to order so Chef Scott prepared for us an incredible four course dinner, one of the best ever!
    The presentation was incredible but most important the blending, balance of the favours was outstanding.
    Unfortunately I am base in Europe and I will not be able to come back soon, but now I have an extra reason to come back to the beautifull Seattle.

    Thank you Chef.

    Buon Appetito

    Roberto

  3. I love all the colors in these shots, and the composition is spot on.