Thursday, 15 September 2011
One of the best Seattle restaurants I have been to so far. A solid number, not pretentious, yet serving grade a quality food at a reasonable price.
Location: Nickerson St, near Queen Anne, but tucked away in a corner. Unassuming. Decent sized parking lot.
Entrance: Welcoming, nice bar in front, restaurant to the side.
Restaurant: Overlooks the river but views are not why you come here. They don't do brunch but the room is perfect for it - open, light, unpretentious.
Diners: late 20 somethings impressing a date, but majority of fellow diners in 40's, 50's or 60's.
Food: 11/10. Tasty and beautifully presented (really really really).
Price: Not too eye watering but expect 20's and upwards for entrees.