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Greek Restaurant$$
Today 6:00 am – 2:00 am
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Hotel Andra 2000 4th Ave Seattle, WA 98121
2000 4th AvenueUSWashingtonSeattle98121
$$Greek Restaurant, Mediterranean Restaurant
Greek Restaurant
Mediterranean Restaurant
European Restaurant
Today 6:00 am – 2:00 am
Monday 6:00 am – 12:00 amTuesday 6:00 am – 12:00 amWednesday 6:00 am – 12:00 amThursday 6:00 am – 12:00 amFriday 6:00 am – 2:00 amSaturday 7:00 am – 3:00 pm, 4:00 pm – 2:00 amSunday 7:00 am – 3:00 pm, 4:00 pm – 1:00 am
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Lively eatery by Tom Douglas offering modern, Greek-influenced flavors showcasing local ingredients.- Google
"BRUNCH... this place is perfect, get the Eggs Benedict, and a bloody mary."
"They came with vanilla mascarpone and strawberry jam."
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Holly Crotty
2 months ago
I went with my husband and a family member from out of town on a Thursday. I'm glad we had reservations because it was packed. I ordered the lamb burger. The burger itself wasn't anything over the top but the bun and toppings were of good quality and flavor. The chickpea fries it came with were really great. We also ordered the potatoes which were flavorful and the corn which was to die for! I HIGHLY recommend the corn! Overall I'd return and recommend the establishment. The atmosphere, food and service were top notch.
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Martha Linden
3 months ago
Combination of flavors were delightful! We had kabobs with lamb and portobello mushrooms, seafood dish with just the right amount of tang in sauce. Rhubarb compote paired with a fried cheese and hummus. All around fantastic meal!
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Wum Kins
3 weeks ago
Love the ambience but the menu could have more variety, especially vegetarian & chicken options for entreés
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Andreas Papaderos
6 months ago
The greek salad tastes like a greek salad (I am Greek). - Although in Greece you can find better incredients which well... matters a lot. I got the washington chiken and it was .... tinyyyy. The kebabs where like the ones we use for kids parties. It was like eating gourmet food in appearance, service and prices but not in taste :/
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Tom O'Neill
3 months ago
Attractive interior, good service, and excellent food. Our favorites were the kabobs, especially the salmon special which was tender, juicy, and flavorful. The pork, squid, and lamb kabobs were also excellent. We liked the Kopanisti~pistachio and Tzatziki spreads. The cocktails were good, too. When we were worried that we were ordering too much food, our waitress suggested downsizing some of the kabob orders from 3 sticks (which is what's on the menu) to 2. That helped a lot. The desserts were very good, plus unusual: Apricot upside down cake and cheese (I forget which kind) turnovers with honey. We enjoyed the Sage Mountain and Little Bit Country cocktails.
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Assaf Oron
3 months ago
My coworkers keep dragging me to Tom Douglas restaurants, which right now seem to me like Emperor's New Clothes scams. But Lola is the worst so far. It's so bad it's funny. The price is probably the funniest aspect: if you want to have your most expensive falafel ever, well here's a chance. Lunch dishes start at almost $14. Calling this restaurant "Greek" or even "Mediterranean" is another joke. The breakfast is all eggs and ham/bacon. I come from the Eastern Mediterranean, that's not how we roll there. And, in true Douglas form, you will not get a single vegetable on your plate, unless you've specifically ordered a salad. That's as far from the Mediterranean as can be. And then - the quality. What can I say? I had the portobello kebab (the cheapest lunch item at $13.75). The mushrooms themselves had a good taste, but were rather greasy. The pretend-pita-bread, cut up into quarters, was even greasier. But that's nothing compared with the garlic-fried potatoes: whole potatoes, that were somehow beaten flat on their head, then thrown into a huge vat of oil until they died there again of too much fat. What is this thing? And the salt, oh my God. Just like in my foray (with coworkers, of course) into Serious Pie, the salt level suggested the cooks just pour it on like there's no tomorrow. Not much other seasoning, by the way. Together with this modestly (cough cough) priced lunch, the waitress poured us room-temperature tap water that tasted like they sat in old pipes for a few days. Which they probably did. After this grease-fest my coworkers insisted upon ordering a joint plate of the famed donuts (yet another Mediterranean specialty!! :) ). $9.50 for 6 tiny cubelets, that weigh together like a single donut in a donut shop. I had half of a one, just to replace the greasy-salty aftertaste with a greasy-sweet one. As far as donuts go it was not bad, if you want to throw $9.50 (+tax+tip) on such a micro-plate. And I'm not a donut fan anyway. To sum it up: if you want to say, at any price, "I've been to a Tom Douglas restaurant!" and you cannot find any other one, then maybe. Otherwise, do stay away no matter what the other celebrity-struck reviewers wrote here.
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Naomi Henderson
in the last week
Perfect sunny side up eggs, tasty bacon, but it's the smashed potatoes that are the real star... OMG Awesome!!
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Peter Borschowa
7 months ago
Was very excited to try out Lola for brunch. They started off by serving mediocre Starbucks for coffee. The service was average. Forgot a drink order and initially told me that something was gluten free when it wasn't. The food was also just "ok". Not at all accommodating toward people with celiac disease