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THIS RESTAURANT HAS CHANGED LOCATIONS Tidbit Bistro Restaurant Review: A charming neighborhood bistro and one of Seattle’s best kept secrets, this cozy spot is good for dinner with a few friends but romantic enough for date night. The kitchen uses local ingredients in a tempting selection of traditional dishes from Napoli and Spain. Since almost every item on the menu may be shared, the best plan is to order assorted tapas and small plates and perhaps one entrée. Begin with the arancini, two crispy risotto balls infused with saffron, and add the frittura di mare, lightly fried squid, prawns and salmon served on a bed of arugula. The grilled leg of lamb served as tender pieces atop a fluffy potato cake with mustard aïoli and olive tapenade is so delectable you might not want to share. Pastas are all house-made. Desserts, especially the tiramisu, and pastry puffs filled with chocolate mousse are first-rate. There's a sizable wine list that includes one of the largest grappa selections in town. If you’re not familiar with this potent Italian brandy, try a grappa flight to experience its seductive mystique.