Long Provincial's Squid satay detailed as one of 2009's top 10 dishes, "...dipping sauce—gave me that feeling of staring at the sun through a Chihuly sculpture, watching the light dodge and mutate as it passes through shifting layers of color."
Jonathan Kauffman, Seattle Weekly, December 29, 2009



Those who love deep-fried snacks will be pleased with the addicting mini rice cakes
Tan Vinh, The Seattle Times, October 14, 2009



The resulting clandestine hideaway is a serene, fire-accented fantasyland graced with banana palms and jellyfish.
Providence Cicero, The Seattle Times, July 24, 2009



The norm at Long... is food that creates monsoon season in your mouth.
Kathryn Robinson, Seattle Metropolitan, July 1, 2009


Seattle Weekly
Not only was the soft-crab banana-blossom salad presented in a giant purple petal, a tulip from the land of the giants that had floated to earth, it tasted as vivid as it looked
Jonathan Kauffman, Seattle Weekly, May 19, 2009



We've kept about 70 percent of the dishes from Tamarind. The grilled squid dish, the bone marrow dish... these are all new dishes
Steven Blum, The Stranger, May 12, 2009



The menu, like the one at Tamarind Tree, will reflect a wide variety of foods from north and south Vietnam. At Long, they'll serve some Tamarind Tree favorites, many grilled dishes and plenty of "lighter fare,"
Nancy Leson, The Seattle Times, January 12, 2008