This is a great find in the Ballard district with unique options that cater to healthy options. It is a special place with outstanding service.
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This has always been one of our favorite restaurants, and now it is going to change its name and its menu. In fact, it is going to change its whole character. It will become the Young American Ale House and serve draft beer and craft...More
My girlfriend and I went here for a Sunday brunch and were the only ones in the restaurant at about 10:30. We were worried that this was a sign the restaurant would not be good but we were pleasantly surprised to find out it was...More
My husband and I went there for our anniversary. Ambiance was good and great for conversation. I loved the menu, which is divided between standard, gluten free, and vegan. For those of us with food restrictions this is just convenience heaven. We ordered the English...More
Ordered the muhammara app, Greek salad and pork and lamb gyro. The app came with burned and greasy pita, the Greek salad had no Calamatri olives or croutons as advertised. A $9 salad with nothing but lettuce and dressing. The gyro lacked flavor, one bought...More
Good organic based middle eastern food with several gluten free and vegan options. On happy hour there are several specials and discounts to allow you to try several things as a table and share. A great place for a girls night where you will find...More
Great break-away from the usual food choices in the restaurant scene. The restaurant is fully organic which translates into vibrant flavors. There are fully vegan and gluten free options for those who are seeking this. My dips are delicious...served with warm, homemade pita bread, they...More
Our daughters took us to this popular Ballard restaurant (reservations needed weekends). Wonderful exotic (to a S. Texan) spicy sauces to go with flat breads, (baba ghanoush, muhamarra, and a spicy hummus). I enjoyed a very properly prepared berber spiced halibut with roasted broccoli. The...More
After Agrodolce, this was a bit of a let down. I can't say that any dish stood out in my mind. The prices are high.
A great place to try a nice twist on traditional Turkish cuisine. A couple of the more traditional middle eastern dishes had an unusual preparation for my palate. Not sure if it these were regional differences. Overall the quality is good and if you are...More