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Boat Street Kitchen
French Restaurant$$
Today 10:30AM–2:30PM
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3131 Western Ave #301 Seattle, WA 98121
3131 Western Avenue #301USWashingtonSeattle98121
(206) 632-4602boatstreetkitchen.com
$$French Restaurant, Brunch RestaurantToday 10:30AM–2:30PM
Tuesday 10:30AM–2:30PMWednesday 10:30AM–2:30PMThursday 10:30AM–2:30PMFriday 10:30AM–2:30PM, 6–9PMSaturday 10:30AM–2:30PM, 6–9PMSunday 10:30AM–2:30PMMonday 10:30AM–2:30PM, 6–9PM
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The Boat Street Kitchen, formerly the Boat Street Café & Kitchen, is a a small, rustic restaurant serving French bistro style food.  We have two charming dining rooms and a lovely patio.  We are currently open for lunch or brunch everyday and we are open for dinner on Friday, Saturday and Monday evenings. Our actual dinner menu is posted weekly at BoatStreetKitchen.com
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Warm, intimate dining room turning out local & seasonal French classics, including brunch dishes.- Google
"Some highlights were their brussels sprouts and bread pudding."
"Save yourself the time (literally) and find another place to go for brunch."
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Rico R
2 months ago
I recently had two wonderful experiences at boat street, one brunch and one dinner. Both times we had large parties and I enjoyed both times very much. Brunch was simple, trout scramble with bread and greens. Service was fine, I can see that they were busy, we got everything we needed in a timely manner and they were friendly. What more could you ask for. Dinner was so so great!! I don't know what else to say. The prix fixe menu is such a great idea and super affordable unlike most places in Seattle. I was recently at one of their sister restaurants and that wasnt the case. We had the cassoulet and stuffed whole trout and of course the bread pudding ! The decor is simple and clean I loved it. Service for dinner was impeccable, our server was knowledgeable, courteous and didn't hover. We didn't feel rushed and we very much enjoyed our evening. Just go already.
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Dana Prouty
5 months ago
Lovely place for brunch. They don't take reservations but we didn't have any wait when we went at 11am on a Sunday. The amaretto bread pudding is a must. The Benedict portions were a little smaller than average, leaving room for an order from one of their delicious side items.
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angie pham
6 months ago
very cute place. some highlights were their brussels sprouts and bread pudding. only been here for dinner. reservations recommended.
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Thierry Labbe
7 months ago
Nice place .. Friendly staff... Excellent food. Going back to bed!....
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Nandan Babla
5 months ago
Went here for brunch after the Seattle Marathon. The service was painfully (and I really mean painfully) slow. It took an hour to get our meals - all of which were basic choices off the menu (including 2 of their "Classic" Eggs Benedict). We didn't get so much as an acknowledgment of why it was taking so long, let alone an apology. Once the food arrived, it was flavorless and lukewarm, but by that point we were too hungry to care. To make matters worse, it was expensive and they refused to split the check 5 ways (which is fine, some restaurants do that) unless we paid 5% more (most restaurants don't do that). Add to that, an automatic 20% gratuity for our party of 5 (again, most places don't do that), which left us with a $25 check each for one plate of eggs and an orange juice/coffee. Save yourself the time (literally) and find another place to go for brunch.
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Odracir Num Ira
a month ago
This place was so dainty it made me feel like a real woman
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Vlad Bramonth
4 months ago
Best French restaurant. There food was prepared perfectly.
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Bradley Booms
8 months ago
Wonderful brunch and great space.

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