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$7.50 for $15 Worth of Breakfast for Two on Tuesday–Friday
The café serves breakfast from 8 until 11 in the morning. The big breakfast comes with three eggs, rosemary home fries, and housemade sausage or bacon ($8.50), whereas the small breakfast is simply two eggs with toast ($4.50). Stir up your grits and eggs ($6.50) with shrimp (add $3), or bite into brioche French toast ($7), which is dipped in cinnamon vanilla custard, pan-fried, then baked.
Judkins Street Cafe
Judkins Street Cafe makes a mean meatloaf. The mix of Painted Hills beef, pork, and veggies abides by a simple philosophy: comfort food done clean and neat. After sampling a meatloaf sandwich for lunch, The Stranger voiced its appreciation for the simple style, deeming the cafe a collage of small-town cooking and urban sensibility. All of its meals—breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner—seem to fit this delicious mold, from the shrimp and grits to the shepherd's pie.
With only 10 or so tables in the dining room, the cafe creates a familial vibe. Its love of community is reflected in its menus as well—they incorporate local and handmade food whenever possible. The chef caters to vegetarians with black-bean quinoa burgers. Other items make creative use of meat, such as brunch chorizo scrambles and green-chile chicken stew. As for entertainment, barbecues and live jazz shows add to the down-home atmosphere on weekends.
Favorite entree was the portabello carpaccio with red lentils,arugula, and curry oil. It was light...flavorful, and satisfying.Urban L., Yelp, 9/20/2012
What a great neighborhood cafe! It's cozy and the food is very homey. The burger is delicious and served on a homemade roll.Shaunessy J., Yelp, 11/9/2012
“Tables open up pretty quickly for a small place.”
“We love it here! Lovely neighborhood restaurant, with delicious food. Owner is absolutely wonderful. Highly recommend. ”
“Service was poor. The place seemed understaffed out front (plenty of good cooks in back, though).”
2608 S Judkins St.
Seattle, Washington 98144