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Four Spoons Cafe

August 25th, 2009 · Comments

Four Spoons Cafe (American breakfast, lunch)
850 NW 85th St. (map)
Seattle, WA 98117
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Yelp: “Two words: Dee. Lish.”

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dining · Food & Drink

Comments

  1. Trix says:

    Has anyone tied the nosh here? It closes too early for me so I’ve yet to try it.

  2. Sharon says:

    Had breakfast here two weeks ago. It was alright. Service was so-so, food was pretty average. The decor is trying to spruce up, but not quite there yet. The addition of a live guitarist in the corner was nice and all, but feels like taking itself a little too seriously for a little hole in the wall at Saturday brunch. Will try again as it evolves.

  3. Jessica says:

    Had breakfast here this past weekend, and I thought it was good – better than Crown Hill Bistro (though I only gave it one chance, it was wierd). I still miss Library Cafe’s bacon – that was some GOOD bacon. I like that they have their version of an english breakfast, with beans and tomatoes etc. Husband pronounced it tasty. Also, big mimosas! Can’t beat that!

  4. Becky says:

    My husband and I have tried this three times as we live mere blocks away. The first time for lunch; his cheeseburger was ok but my chicken panini was AWFUL! It tasted like old garlic and it was so over grilled that it cut the roof of my mouth. The second was for breakfast, the pancakes were all but fried and pretty bad. The third and last time was for breakfast which was also disappointing; eggs and toast should be a no brainer. It might be better if the prices were lower but I feel wild mountain or pete’s eggnest are much better choices for taste and value.

  5. sarah says:

    bleck! Yucky food, bad prices. I think the people that like this food probably have no taste!