Great food in a quaint, relaxed atmosphere. Limited bar selection, but good choices available nonetheless.
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My husband and I had brunch here on a Saturday. I had the mushroom scramble, which came with a salad and fried potatoes. It was all very tasty and nicely plated. It was a bright and comfortable room. We are anxious to go back on...More
This charming spot had a very interesting menu. Many dishes that sounded worth trying. One of us had cornbread with sausage and syrup, another lentils and roasted vegetables with a poached egg. The food was superb!! I will definitely go back so I can try...More
I would recommend this great place, food, and odd location! I was pleasantly surprised by the light and decor of this fine establishment!
Recently had dinner again at Boat Street - it never disappoints! Lovely French bistro on the edge of downtown Seattle. Wonderful variety making use of all the local benefits of Puget Sound in terms of seafood and more. Escargot may have been the best I...More
Three of us dropped in for lunch on a weekday. The place is a bit hidden away, but very comfortable when you settle in. Slate cafe tables, attentive service, a simple cafe menu. She had the chicken sandwich and I had the pork and onion...More
8 girlfriends went to Boat Street for breakfast and they sat us no problem. The coffee was great, food was fresh and wonderful and service was good as well. We had to ask for more coffee but believe it was because our waiter was about...More
Another amazing dinner here last evening! The food and service are flawless. If you go a bit early, the happy hour (5-6) is a sweet way to begin the evening. I would categorize the menu as French/American, with a wine list featuring lovely, affordable French...More
The only downside to our visit was we waited over an hour before we got any food. I don't mind waiting for an excellent meal but at least provide something to nibble on with the wine or beer. We did the price fixe menu and...More