Plenty of Clouds is inspired by the cuisine and culture of South Central China, bringing together fiery flavors from Sichuan, freshness from neighboring Yunnan, and refreshing craft cocktails in a comfortable and elegant neighborhood restaurant.
Plenty of Clouds offers high quality, contemporary Chinese food with an ever-changing menu featuring light and fresh flavors, in addition to addictive MaLa (numbing spice) dishes paired with fresh takes on classic cocktails, locally brewed beer and wine.
Perfect for a quick, casual snack or intimate dinner, Plenty of Clouds is friendly and inviting, appealing to families looking for an early meal in their bustling Seattle neighborhood and young professionals looking for exotic flavors and fun drinks in a hip environment.
We accept reservations for all party sizes!
A portion of the dining room, bar, and patio are always available for walk-ins. Groups of 9 and larger please call us directly to reserve.
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We provide a welcoming and casual atmosphere for neighbors and visitors to Seattle. Plenty of Clouds is a place to gather your friends or gather your thoughts with a cocktail and snack at the bar. Our space friendly and informal, our knowledgeable service conveys a passion for our food and beverage without pretension.
Travis brings over 15 years of kitchen experience to the table and a lifetime of interest in Asian food and travel. After graduating from the Culinary Institute of America, Travis spent the next decade working in some of the best kitchens in New York City.
As Executive Chef, Travis has overseen the conceptualization, construction, and opening of two NYC favorites: Bklyn Larder and Yunnan Kitchen. His experience spans from intimate 40 seat restaurants to being a part of the chef team overseeing Buddakan NYC's over 300 seats. Since relocating to Seattle in 2015, Travis worked for Ethan Stowell Restaurants.
Having gotten her first taste of the hospitality industry at 16, Lisa has many years of restaurant experience. After earning her degree in Fashion Design from Syracuse University, she found herself drawn back to a career in restaurant management. From restaurants in her hometown of Cleveland, Ohio and then New York City, Lisa has perfected the details that make for great restaurant experiences.
Lisa and Travis met in New York, first working together at Bklyn Larder, later collaborating on the opening of Yunnan Kitchen. Through several trips over the years, they share a love for the food and regions of Sichuan, Yunnan, and surrounding areas. When not at work, Travis and Lisa enjoy foraging for mushrooms in the Cascades, throwing pots into the Puget Sound for Dungeness crab and bringing along their daughter for as many adventures as possible.