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Dulces Latin Bistro
1430 34th Ave
Seattle, Washington

phone: 206-322-5453

Dulces Latin Bistro mediterranean & latin cuisine E-mail us! (206) 322-5453

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Wine List


Trio of Tostaditas
A sampler of three different tostadas:
Pollo en salsa de tomate, braised pork in cilantro-lime juce and crab ceviche.

Red Pepper Ravioli
Homemade ravioli filled with Mexican chorizo, mozzarella and ricotta cheeses. Served with cilantro-tomatillo cream sauce.

Spanish Cheese Plate
Three different types of regional Spanish cheeses accompanied with house olives.

Prawns a la Diabla
Mexican prawns sauteed in butter with a combination of dried chiles and a hint of orange.


Seasonal Mixed Green Leaf Salad
With your choice of: walnut vinaigrette, caesar or Roquefort dressing.
Small $5 Large $8

Spinach Salad
Baby spinach leaves with roasted beets, poblano peppers and jicama. Tossed with a fresh orange vinaigrette.
Small $7 Large $13


Soup du Jour
Cup $5 Bowl $9

Golden Gazpacho
Cup $8 Bowl $14

(Most entrees served with fresh steamed vegetables and starch)

Chiles Rellenos
Poblano chiles dusted with cornmeal, stuffed with montrachet and manchego cheeses. Served with
mole de pipian sauce.

Camarones Salteados
Sauteed Mexican white prawns brushed with Tamarind glaze. Served over cilantro scented rice.

Paella Valenciana
Chicken, fresh fish, bay shrimp, Spanish chorizo, clams, mussels and calamari all steamed with saffron infused rice for this Spanish favorite.

Green Chicken Enchiladas
A Mexico City staple. Shredded chicken breast and manchego cheese are wrapped in corn tortillas, then baked with tomatillo cream sauce.

Sopa Verde
Traditional stew from the Northern coast of Mexico combines fresh fish, scallops, prawns and mussels in a tomatillo and cilantro broth.

Carne Asada Guadalajara Style
In Guadalajara, they marinate skirt steak with olive oil, chiles, spices and garlic. Then the meat is grilled and served with quesadillas and black beans.

Carnitas de Puerco with Adobo Sauce
Slowly cooked pork shoulder makes this classic moist and flavorful. Served with a flavorful and spicy adobo sauce.

*Most Entrées Available In Half Orders/ Parties of six or more 18% will be added*

Pay with cash and get 10% discount; simply let your server know when you ask for the check.

Salut!… To 25 percent off wine menu
Dulces Latin Bistro lures wine lovers, wine-shy in Wednesday night program

Seattle, Wash. – February 25, 2002
Guests might be more inclined to purchase a bottle of the California Cabernet, Maya, 1998 at a cost of $245.00 instead of its normally priced $325.00. The wine novice might also be more inclined to select a more adventurous bottle when the price is lower. That's why Dulces Latin Bistro owner Carlos Kainz recently introduced a Wednesday night wine program that knocks the 25 percent off his 1200-label-deep wine list. And it's working.

"People can't believe the value that they are getting, especially among those who really know their wines," Kainz said. "We just want to celebrate wine with our customers, and besides offering a far-reaching list, this program not only gets people trying new wines, it keeps them coming back, and coming often."

Kainz takes it a step further by serving all wines in Riedel Austrian Crystal stemware, but occasionally treating "tight" reds to a burgundy glass for aeration. All red wines, no matter what the price, are decanted.

Already proven wine-worthy, Dulces Latin Bistro has won three Wine Spectator Awards for their food and wine combination. On Dulces' wine list you'll find more than 40 ports by the glass, a fine selection of Portuguese and Chilean wines, and a depth of vintages and top-notch producers, both outstanding in breadth and in culinary harmony (hence the red-heaviness of the wine menu).

Five nights per week, Dulces also offers its Wine Flight ($6.95), a sampler of two ounces each of three different wines, perfect for the wine novice.

Between the restaurant's main dining room and cigar room (bring the stogies along), a hallway with about 1,000 caged wines provide a glimpse of just how serious Dulces is about its stock. There's several thousand more bottles where that came from tucked out of sight.

Nestled in Seattle's Madrona neighborhood, Dulces Latin Bistro is known for its creative, moderately-priced European fare with a Latin-Mediterranean influence, such as spicy and savory meat dishes. At Dulces you'll find Kainz whisking people to their tables, greeting familiar faces and you'll notice customers exchanging friendly hellos with Chef Julie Guerrero, who works behind a swathed black curtain. It's that feel-at-home service that draws a mosaic of people from the upscale Madrona residents to newcomers seeking out Dulces' wine list and live Latin music on Saturdays.

Dulces is open for dinner Tuesday through Saturday, located at 1430 34th Avenue, Seattle. For reservations, phone (206) 322-5453.

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