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4437 California Ave SW Seattle, WA 98116
4437 California Avenue SouthwestUSWashingtonSeattle98116
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"We did not have their famous fried chicken, but it looked dry."
"May come back to try again, but not on their fried chicken night."
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"Went the most recent time for their fried chicken night."
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David Huynh
3 years ago
Food here was pretty good. Went the most recent time for their fried chicken night. After making reservations almost 2 months in advance, I was very disappointed. They ran out of their Korean-style fried chicken and the other styles just weren't worth the price. Lots of food, but if it's not great food, it doesn't matter. May come back to try again, but not on their fried chicken night.
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Victor Chudnovsky
3 years ago
Food is good and tasty, but over-priced for what you get. Some of the appetizers are small, but the entrees seem to be reasonably sized. We did not have their famous fried chicken, but it looked dry.
A Google User
2 years ago
A friend made reservations online for the Fried Chicken what a disapointment! After all the rave reviews sorry folks but you dont know good fried chicken! Ezell's take out in the CD is so much better! And so much cheaper! Come on $38 for a whole fried chiken with some nasty Kimchi. Not everybody likes Kimchi they should offer a subsitute for this item. We ordered a side of the asparagus for $10 way to pricy it was tasty but overdone and barely enough for 2 people. The chicken was crispy and moist but no spices to it. I say dont waste your money on the chicken.
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A Google User
6 years ago
For this price point, I don't know of a place that offers the high end culinary experience that Spring Hill does. Think "How to cook a wolf", but in West Seattle, better wine list, more "Real" Entrees, and the place is 3x as big. The plates were creative, prompt, and the service was spot on (great service that matches the food is rare in Seattle). My only complaint is that it is very noisy (bustling business). It's difficult to have a conversation. Some sound dampening would be nice so you could hear your guests without yelling.
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Jana Uyeda
3 years ago
This was a tough call. Recently spring hill renamed and rebranded themselves to cater to a more casual dining experience. I kept hearing about their fried chicken and went by the day after they reopened. While the staff were friendly and helpful I felt the dinner took too long and the fried chicken was - average. It was expensive fried chicken and though the portion size was nice I didn't feel the price was justified. In addition we got a lot of chicken and one cup of rice. That's it. I was underwhelmed to say the least. A nice restaurant with great atmosphere but I think I'll let some time pass before I try them again.
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Gary Weinberg
3 years ago
Delicious small plates and one of the best burgers that I have ever had.
A Google User
3 years ago
Not good! My partner & I started out with the grilled popcorn balls - they were burnt and chewy. Next we had the monkey stew (there's not really monkey in it, they just call it that because it's "crazy"). For our entree, he got the Steak Um's and chicken nuggets, I had the instant mashed potato "devils's tower" with Nathan's ball park franks on top - the potatoes were a little bland but the weiners were juicy...no complaints there. For dessert, we decided to split the ding dong twinkie - which is a ding dong on top of a twinkie,,,kind of lame. Drinks were okay, they have PBR beer, and yellow tail chard. They stay pretty busy, make a rezzo.
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A Google User
5 years ago
We went there for two special occasions and we were so disappointed. We will not return to Springhill and here's why: 1) The confusing menu... where's the word "entree"? 2) The mini portions of food - there was 4 of us so we asked for an extra roll (which wasn't very good anyway) and we were charged $1 for it... OMG! That's the first time I've ever been charged for extra bread. Most good restaurants bring you an abundance of bread for free! 3) The service was phony and very slow between our mini portions of food. 4) What small amount of food we got tasted good, however we were told there would be enough to share... NO, not really. 5) With so many other good options in West Seattle all I can say is what my Uncle Tony says "Forget About It".
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