My husband and I visited Seattle for the first time recently. We ate breakfast here twice during our stay. Good food and service.
We were very excited to try this place but disappointed by the service. The food was okay but not worth the short trip from downtown, I'm sure there are many great places to eat while staying downtown. I honestly hardly remember what we ate because it made no impression on me. Don't waste your time or money.
This restaurant made our trip to Seattle. Absolutely delicious, the dinner, the drinks, even the brunch a day later. The atmosphere was amazing, and the decor works wonderfully for a late night spot that makes an exciting dinner, as well as an elegant and tasteful brunch. Everything that we ate both visits was absolutely stunning and perfect, with portions that... More
Overall a good breakfast, we had eggs benedict and the hollandaise sauce had just the right balance of butter and lemon, and the potatoes were very good particularly with the onions which added a nice sweetness. Our eggs were hard poached so if you like them soft poached you should ask.
We were going for their happy hour but ended up staying for the actual dinner and we were not disappointed! We had the foie gras as an apetizer, I found it was a little thick and hard to eat properly, but it was delicious, texture and taste were excellent. I had some seafood over creamy grits and I found it... More
I went here because my friend said the deserts were the best in town. They were not what I expected. The portions were small and overrated. Almost everything had nuts in it. The drinks were over priced and if you are looking for a table at happy hour, you may find one but may be bumped multiple times by people... More
I have been here a few times. In fact, everyone always seem to love the food here but I have never been a fan of it. The service is decent though both times I have been here my waitress put in orders for the wrong drinks and when advised of the mistake she told me that "They didn't make my... More
We had a terrific meal and a lovely, leisurely evening. We ordered the 3 course special and each course was wonderful. The server was knowledgeable and helpful both about food and wine, and we lingered for 2 hours. Leave room for dessert.
We went here for breakfast and I must admit I'm not much of a breakfast eater, as I don't like eggs, but the beneigts were to die for! Also, they had a full menu of breakfast cocktails. Wish I lived in the area so I could try each of them!! The other great thing about this place was the atmosphere.... More
Met 3 great helpful folks on the train who told us about this place - one a server, another a bartender here....Go Huskies! Be sure you put this on your schedule. Well done Cajun. Caught the 10AM Sunday crowd, greeted by a friendly hostess, served by a fantastic server, the bacon and fried oyster benedict was excellent - best ever,... More
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