There are so many best brunch Seattle restaurants. Every weekend we try to find another hot spot for the best egg Benedict or the perfect omelette in Seattle. The breakfast / brunch restaurants listed below are outstanding. They are each delicious in their own particular way. The best brunch Seattle restaurant requires 1. Fresh quality ingredients; 2. Friendly and prompt service; and 3. Best bang for your buck. Restaurants listed below are listed at random. Westward & Little Gull GroceryI already voted Westward for Best Date Night Restaurant because of their fabulous patio seating. I love the extra mile they take to make fresh wood-oven bagels from scratch. I love their Foraged wild mushroom frittata, Fried Pacific oyster roll with fried pickles and remoulade sauce, and Smoked manila clam dip. Their menu is Northwest seafood focused with Greek Mediterranean flavor profiles.Tallulah’s Stylish eatery with New American plates, craft cocktails and pretty marble bar. This place has you putting on the cutest outfit for brunch without trying too hard! The sleek dining room is also filled with seasonal menu from Chef Walter Edward making gluten free Red Quinoa & House Smoked Salmon Bowl with Poached Egg and Avocado, Meyer Lemon and Ricotta Pancake, and Herb and Goat Cheese Omelette. Bonus? Stumptown Coffee.Lola Lola has the best donuts shaken with cinnamon sugar and served with seasonal rhubarb jam and vanilla mascarpone. These donuts are bit sized squares and are enough for your weekend brunch. They also have a lot of great Mediterranean focused dishes. If you are hungry, I suggest Tom’s big breakfast filled with Mediterranean octopus, winter squash, leeks, fresno chili, bacon, sage, garlic yogurt, vadouvan, poached egg, toast. Local 360 The menu is sustainability and fresh focused. Everything is locally sourced within a 360 mile radius. The restaurant is cozy and has a nice atmosphere. There are also private booths for two. Order the fried chicken and waffles with crispy batter. The PB&J bon bons is also a must!Tilikum PlaceHow can brunch be complete with classic egg’s benedict? Ask you server for daily benedict special. We liked the fresh Dungeness crab with spinach and hollandaise sauce. They have sinful French toasts and Dutch baby – fluffy pancakes cooked in a hot cast iron pan with your choice of sweet (fruits) or savory (bacon and cheddar) ingredients.Toulouse Petit If you are looking for a Southern deep dish breakfast, than this hip Cajun / Creole fare is your go to place. Toulouse Seafood Gumbo, powdered sugar beignets with chicory café anglaise, oyster and bacon benedict made with two caged free eggs and creole crawfish, shrimp and andouille sausage classic breakfast. Don’t forget the Buttermilk biscuits and creole sausage gravy! Toulouse Petit also has happy hour and fixed-price menus.Argodolce is one of Chef Maria Hine’s three restaurants that uses local and organic ingredients. Vegan and gluten free options available. I love the soft scrambled eggs with pancetta, radicchio, and basil. Seasonal fruit waffles such as toasted pumpkin seeds, candied ginger and Chantilly cream. Also, bottomless mimosas during brunch.RockCreek Solid weekend scrambles with beet hash, perfectly fried oyster benedict on a nice brioche, bacon, and creamy hollandaise sauce. Chef Eric Donnelly left Toulouse Petit to RockCreek that features global and sustainable seafood. For dessert, order a suger dusted caramelized apple and ricotta beignets with vanilla bean anglaise.Bastille Cafe & BarBastille Cafe is a charming restaurant with great ambiance and seasonal menu. The décor is vintage and they have a rooftop produce and herb garden. They are consistent and have great French menu complete with moules frites, steak tartare served with truffled potato chips, croquet madame, chanterelle omelette and more.Read More
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Having grown up in southern part of India, my taste buds always crave for good Indian, particularly south Indian food. Seattle is definitely not the Bay area or NYC when it comes to Indian food, but the city, today, has definitely has more to offer than what it did 8 years ago. Here’s a round-up of 10 best Indian restaurants on the east side of Seattle and my favorite vegetarian dishes in each of them.Spice RouteIf someone had to quit his high-paying tech job and start his own restaurant, you can imagine the passion and motivation behind it. Spice route has delivered consistently good food over several years. If you want to sample south Indian food, their weekend buffet is a must visit. It’s hard to pick one dish from this favorite restaurant of mine, but if I were to pick just one and only one, “Thayir Vadai” (deep fried lentil donuts in yogurt sauce) also known as Dahi Vada in India would get my ultimate vote. The seasonings make all the difference between Thayir vada and Dahi vada while the basic recipe is the same and I must say spice route folks have completely nailed it.AaaharAahar is located in beautiful Snoqualmie valley and the food and scenic beauty of Snoqualmie totally makes the drive worth it. Aahar offers multi regional cuisine just like most Indian restaurants in the area with emphasis on traditional Kerala cuisine like kappa and kadala curry ( tapioca and black garbanzo beans), aviyal (vegetable stew in coconut milk), Egg masala, Malabar Parotta( flat bread) and Idiyappam( rice string hoppers). My personal favorite is Idiyappam, which is a bland steam-cooked rice noodle kind of dish served with a mildly-spiced coconut milk, I usually order the egg curry to accompany the Idiyappam and I am in heaven. Don’t forget to taste their complimentary warm Rasam (tamarind/tomato based South Indian soup), it’s the perfect way to welcome a guest in rainy Seattle.Chaat n RollStreet food in Indian is as popular as cows and bicyclists. Literally every street corner has its own chaat- wala selling his signature pani-pooris and bhel puris. When Chaat n Roll opened its door last year with its Mumbai-style street food menu, every Indian I know on the east side welcomed it with open arms. My personal favorite is their Achari paneer tikka khathi roll (Indian cottage cheese marinated in pickled Indian spiced and wrapped in a tortilla-like wrap). It is flavorful, filling and leaves you craving for more. Chaat n Roll is a vegetarian restaurant with plenty of vegan options too.ChutneysThis was the first Indian restaurant we tried when we moved from the east coast to Seattle years ago. Our 1st experience didn’t go very well and that stopped us from even giving this place a second chance. But about 2 months ago, I had an opportunity to eat at this place again and boy! I was pleasantly surprised by how good the food tasted. I loved their Paneer tikka masala and Punjabi Kadhi Pakora (veggie fritters in spiced yogurt/chickpea flour sauce) and now would highly recommend their a la-carte menu to anyone who happens in downtown Bellevue area for dinner.Udupi CaféSpeaking of second chances, I had to mention Udupi café in this post. For the longest time, their food was meh. I was by shocked by what they served in the form of Idli (south Indian steamed rice cake), definitely expected better from a restaurant named Udupi, a small town in interior south India. 4 years later, one day when I was walking by their new location, I was pleasantly surprised by the crowd waiting to be seated for their Sunday brunch. I had to give them a try and I must say from a scale of 1-10, 1 being the lowest, they have definitely climbed up to 6. Their Pongal (rice and lentil porridge)/coconut chutney combination definitely deserves a 10/10. Udupi is an all vegetarian restaurant, with a ton of vegan options.Ruchi Indian RestaurantRuchi completely brought to life the dreams of several Indians who always talk about wanting to open a small-scale, authentic, limited menu take-out place with a niche. Ruchi specializes in Andhra cuisine, famous for their Biryanis and spices. My husband is a huge fan of their of kebab biryani, made with chunks of marinated, tandoor-oven cooked chicken in spiced, fragrant basmati rice. I’m more partial towards their appetizers like masala vada (spiced, deep fried lentil balls) and mirchi bajji (mini peppers fritters).Bombay HouseTucked away in a strip mall, off I-90 is this all-vegetarian restaurant. I’ve been there a few times for their lunch buffet, a very moderate spread, compared to most other Indian restaurants in the area. Their paneer masala and aloo bajji (potato fritters) and tomato soup in their buffet is to die-for. They make excellent whole wheat tandoori roti for a small extra charge in their lunch buffet. These rotis are super soft, melt-in-your mouth kind and a perfect accompaniment to their paneer masala. In their attempt to have a couple of vegan dishes on their menu, they serve zucchini curry on their buffet. I was horrified by the taste and the fact that they had it on their menu. There are so many other authentic Punjabi vegan dishes that they could have come up with. They serve masala chai as part of their buffet, which is a huge hit among several people I know.Guilt-TripGuilt-Trip is the newest fusion Indian restaurant on the East side of Seattle. They have an elaborate pickle bar and their concept is quite different from most other Indian restaurants. It is far from authentic, but a refreshing change if you want to try something rad like White chocolate mocha parata and Mango-chili lassi. Their food is much lighter than most other Indian restaurants. My personal favorite is the Paneer khathi roll combo which is served with a lassi of your choice (I like the savory lassi) and a green salad with a home-made ginger vinaigrette which is an absolute must-try. Their service is friendly and courteous, but not very fast because they make everything fresh. So if you aren’t in a rush and in a mood for a different kind of Indian food, then guilt trip located in Redmond is definitely worth at least one trip.Dakshin South Indian BistroDakshin, located in Kirkland is a classic take-out place with a just a few basic tables and chairs. The food is served in paper and plastic ware but definitely a must-try for anyone who loves south Indian food. I love their weekend brunch combo, which comes with one masala dosa (curried potato and south Indian crepes), one idli (steamed cooked rice cake), vada (lentil fritters), kesari bhath (sweet semolina pudding), sambar, chutney and unlimited cups of tea/south Indian filter coffee. If you miss the cone dosas served in Bangalore restaurants, Dakshin is the place for you. JP and his staff make the best crispy, golden cone dosas with a dollop of clarified butter.Chili’s South Indian RestaurantAlthough this post is all about Indian restaurants on the East-side of Seattle, I won’t be doing justice if I don’t mention Chili’s south Indian restaurant located in Seattle. Their south food is truly authentic and delicious. It was about 5years ago, that we discovered this place and we didn’t mind the 15mile drive to eat here. Located in the University district of Seattle, this is not a fancy place where you can take your date to but if you want to impress someone with authentic Indian food, then definitely the place to be. I love everything on their menu but I have to specially mention their Thali meals, which comes with rice and a variety of south Indian curries in little steel cups, pappadum(Lentil wafers) and dessert. If you want reasonably priced, authentic, classic, flavorful south Indian food, then Chili’s is the place where you want to go for your next Indian meal.Read More
What is the best restaurant to take a date in your city? What is the best romantic restaurant in Seattle? Which restaurant is the best for an intimate evening? Or maybe you are looking for somewhere casual to spend a relaxing evening with your partner. So imagine yourself a candlelight dinner, cuddling up side by side, and sipping lots of wine at the best date night restaurant Seattle has to offer. Here are our Guide to Romantic Restaurants in Seattle. Find the perfect location for a first date, a grand affair, and other special occasion throughout Seattle, BC.Canlis Formal fine dining since 1950’s with an expansive view of Seattle. At Canlis, gentlemen and ladies have an occasion to doll up. Canlis menu is impressive with amuse bouche and dungenous crab cake appetizers. Muscovy Duck dry aged for 14 days roasted whole. The breast is whole and is dressed with orange chutney, fennel and pearl onion brulee. Wagyu Kobe-style mouth watering beef filet mignon. If you fancy, leave it to the chef with the Chef’s tasting menu $125 pp for a seven course menu showcasing Canlis’ most inventive and refined cuisine.Westward & Little Gull Westward has a fabulous patio seating. Their menu is Northwest seafood focused with Greek Mediterranean flavor profiles. Chef Zoi Antonitsas uses a lot of water inspired dishes that consists of grilled oil packed Spanish Sardines, Mediterranen mussels, Manila clam dip and salmon gravlas tartine. The atmosphere is casual and by the water with a sixty foot dock.Le Pichet Sometimes you want to take you date to a superbly delicious but old school French bistro. Le Pichet is the perfect place to throw back a few drinks, kick back and enjoy some housemade charcuterie plate with artisan cheeses, pork pate, and chicken liver terrine. We recommend that intimate booth table by the window. Price ranges from $11 to $19 won’t break the bank either.Restaurant Marron A new up and coming fine dining restaurant without the tablecloths and stuffiness. Mismatched cutlery and vintage French pop music line the dining space. The staff are welcoming and incredibly friendly. Chef Eric Sakai changes half the menu daily may have you wondering why you even bothered looking at the menu online. Instead, go grab your sweetheart and be prepared to enjoy a 3 hour Carte Blanche 3 hour dinner over eight to ten courses for $108 to $128. If you prefer a short meal so you two can head of dancing consider the Haute Cuisine Prix Fixe menu plus dessert for #39. A bonus? They serve Blue Bottle Coffee from Oakland.Altura Restaurant Altura Restaurant offers and Italian menu with natural bounty of the Pacific Northwest. Wild foraged products, local seafood and raised meats and vegetables. Chef Nathan Lockwood and his team are serious about delivering masterfully crafted food and ingredients to your table. The dishes are impeccable. The $137 Tasting Menu is almost a must to sample five main entrees with a series of amuse bouche and appetizers you do not want to miss out. Their Papardelle pasta and risotto are amazing! So is their Corn Panna Cotta with truffles. They say, the key to the women’s heart is good food. Believe me. It is true.Bannister Bannister is newly opened next to Tougo Coffee’s by owner Brian Wells. Bannister’s menu highlights charcuterie, cheese, oysters and wine bar from Chef Rebecca Cooley and Chef Kathryn Padberg. Spend an evening here over small bites of oysters, Mediterranean dishes such as terrines, pickled and cured goods. Bannister is all about sharing and tasting. Afterwards, take your next door to the New City Theater for a play. Then jump over to Restaurant Roux for a night cap rendezvous.Restaurant Roux Craving for Southern food and French creole inspired cuisine. Roux is a spin off from Matt Lewis’ truck Where Ya At Matt? The food is incredible with bold flavors, unique and memorable. You two will be reminiscing over the delicious meal you both shared. The restaurant itself is laid-back, open bar concept with plenty of booth seating along the walls. We recommend sharing lots: Crispy pig ear with blue cheese and buffalo sauce, Fried gizzards, Louisiana Frog Legs, and Blackened Cod to name a few. Throw back a mint Julep and some Bourbon. Restaurant Roux opens late night.Sitka & Spruce Sitka & Spruce is a Pacific Northwest Restaurant in Capitol Hill. Option for a private room upstairs if you are planning something intimate ex. Wedding proposal. The front of house and staff are more than happy to help execute this romantic moment. The restaurant itself is in the name: raw timber. Adored with fresh flowers, exposed bricks and candles. Sitka & Spruce is the latest addition to Seattle’s James Beard Award winners. I could eat wood fire sourdough bread and hone panna cotta all day here. Everything here is delicious and very fresh. If you asked the same question perhaps you would get the same answer.Read More