The fryer-to-fuels cycle

Restaurants around the state are doing something about climate change—partnering with biofuels producers like Neste, SeQuential, and Mahoney to turn their used cooking oil into clean-burning transportation fuels.

We’re highlighting restaurants across Western Washington (listed below) to encourage folks to support them and their circular clean-energy economy. When you do, you’re helping to cut climate and air pollution from vehicles – also helping our lungs, and our local economy. Check out this menu of some of the benefits that come with clean fuels:

Menu of benefits
All these extras come with clean fuels. English |Español

Participating restaurants in Seattle’s International District include:

  • 663 Bistro, 663 S Weller St
  • Asia BBQ & Fast Food, 655 S Jackson St #A
  • Asian Plaza, 1036 S Jackson St
  • Crawfish King, 725 S Lane St
  • Dim Sum King, 617 Jackson St
  • Ding How Center, 1201 S Jackson St
  • Fuji Sushi, 520 S Main St
  • Gyro House Mediterranean Café, 212 5th Ave S
  • Green Leaf, 418 8th Ave S
  • Harbor City / Fortuna Café, 707 S King St
  • Honey Court Seafood Restaurant / Ton Kiang, 516 Maynard Ave S
  • House of Hong, 409 8th Ave S | @houseofhongsea
  • Humble Pie, 525 Rainier Ave S
  • I5 Pho Seattle, 213 1st Ave S | @i5pho
  • Jade Garden, 424 7th Ave S | @jadegardenrest1
  • Joe’s Bar & Grill, 500 S King St
  • Kaname – Izakaya & Shochu Bar, 610 S Jackson St
  • Kau Kau BBQ Market, 656 S King St
  • Louisa Hotel, 669 S King St 
  • Momosan Ramen & Sake, 504 5th Ave S 
  • New Star Seafood, 516 S Jackson St
  • Oasis Tea, 519 6th Ave S 
  • Purple Dot Café, 515 Maynard Ave S
  • Tai Tung Restaurant, 655 S King St
  • Tsue Chong, 800 S Weller St
  • Uwajimaya, 600 5th Ave S | @uwajimaya

Participating restaurants in Beacon Hill and South Seattle include:

  • Buddha Bruddah, 2201 Rainier Ave S
  • Din Tai Fung (various locations)
  • Ezell’s Famous Chicken, 4436 Rainier Ave S
  • Hiroshi’s Take Out, 2521 15th Ave S
  • Paseo Caribbean Food, 1701 1st Ave S
  • Toshio’s Teriyaki, 1706 Rainier Ave S
  • The Wood Shop BBQ, 2513 Jackson St

Participating restaurants in White Center include:

  • Li’l Woody’s
  • Tung Kee Mi Gia
  • Wanna Teriyaki & Burger
  • Yum Yum Teriyaki
  • Zippy’s Giant Burgers

Participating restaurants in Issaquah include:

  • Apan Ginger Teriyaki
  • Asian Star
  • Bento-ya Goemon
  • Cafe Rio
  • Coconut Thai
  • Hilton Garden Inn Gilman Blvd
  • Jak’s Grill Front Street
  • Khao San Thai Cuisine
  • Las Margaritas
  • Macky’s Dim Sum
  • Ohana Gilman Blvd
  • Similan Thai Cuisine
  • Wild Fin American Grill
  • Umi Cafe

Printable flyer—Circular Restaurants, from Fryers to Fuels: English | Español

Printable supporter window signs: English | Zhōngwén |Español | Tiếng Việt

You can do more by joining us in asking the Washington Legislature to pass a Clean Fuel Standard—making all of our fuels cleaner, supporting local jobs, and giving us choices beyond fossil fuels for how we get around.