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Rover's Restaurant
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2808 E Madison St Seattle, WA 98112
2808 East Madison StreetUSWashingtonSeattle98112
(206) 325-1092 (Fax)
$$$$Restaurant, French RestaurantMenu
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"They have incredible tasting menus."
"Scallops were lovely!"
"One of a kind meal in Seattle."
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Richard Feferman
3 years ago
In my opinion this is a mediocre example of Modern French style cooking with a few uninspired molecular dishes thrown in (that should have been excluded). Bottom line - try this type of cuisine in New York, Chicago, or Yountville not Seattle. A few of the dishes were very good the overall dinning experience was not that great. We were disappointed with the wine paring and thought that it was a poor value.
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Brady Hoyle
4 years ago
Fabulous anniversary dinner. Heard about Rover's through NPR's food for thought, and decided that it was time to try something new, and pay for a quality experience. Rover's came through on every level.
A Google User
4 years ago
Went to Rover's for a Valentines dinner, expecting what I read on the website. When we got there, they were having a special dinner, which was $115 per person, and was the only option. Half of the food I had to make myselfchoke down because it was just not that good. The main course was beef that was overcooked and chewy, and FISH STICKS, I kid you not. Insanely over priced, pretentious, and mediocre food. Just because something is expensive doesn't make it good. Disappointed and now both my girlfriend and I have stomach aches.
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A Google User
3 years ago
the food was good, but the quantity for the fish entree during seattle restaurant week was a little too small for us to stomach. Pun intended. The fish entree was the size of a nigiri sushi piece.
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Max Frause
4 years ago
One of a kind meal in Seattle. Definitely a fantastic place for a special occasion and I would highly recommend the tasting menu.
Amikam Reuveni
3 years ago
The standard restaurants should aspire to. Excellent food and impeccable service.
A Google User
4 years ago
Incredibly overpriced, mediocre food. Most meats and fish overcooked. Portions are exceptionally small. I am an average size person, and even after the nine-course dinner I had to come back home and eat a sandwich before I went to bed. Wine choice is surprisingly poor for a restaunrant in this price range, and the few coctails they have are poorly done. I would not go again.
A Google User
3 years ago
Not as good as it thinks it is. It's old-school meat and potatoes fancy, maybe a good place for bringing your rich uncle.


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