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February 10, 2014 at 1:04 PM

Fine-dining chef joins Marination group

Angie Roberts photo courtesy of Marination

Angie Roberts photo courtesy of Marination

The line keeps blurring between fine dining and food trucks, elevated flavors and budget meals. Latest case in point: Angie Roberts, most recently executive chef of the newish Hollywood Tavern in Woodinville, has signed on with Marination, the Hawaiian-Korean outfit that includes a well-established truck and two brick-and-mortar eateries.

Roberts is well-known from her work in more upscale Seattle restaurants. She was executive chef at Boka Kitchen & Bar for five years before joining Josh Henderson’s tavern project with a few other Boka stalwarts. She headed the Flying Fish kitchen under owner Christine Keff, and worked with other Seattle luminaries Maria Hines and Jonathan Sundstrom as a sous chef at the W Hotel.

Marination, which is known for super-casual and flavor-packed fusion meals like Spam sliders and kalbi tacos and kimchi rice bowls, expects that Roberts will “develop a larger catering menu of diverse offerings for all occasions, and create a summer events series at Marination Ma Kai in West Seattle, including luau’s, barbeques overlooking the Puget Sound, and other special events,” according to a company press release. The company’s Marination Mobile food truck was named the best food truck in the country on Good Morning America, and it has a small Capitol Hill spot with a mostly takeout menu and the larger Marination Ma Kai restaurant on Alki Beach in West Seattle with a bar and patio.

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