A Caprice Kitchen

★★★★★
  • 1418 NW 70th Street

    Seattle, WA 98117

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  • 206-371-2886

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  • New American Restaurants

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My boyfriend and I took his parents here for brunch while they were visiting from Ohio. It's a pretty small restaurant, and can get pretty packed. We arrived a little after 11am, and were seated approximately 15 minutes later. The omelets are fantastic, made with fresh vegetables and seasoned well. My bf's parents ordered skillets which they enjoyed as well. Stellar customer service paired with a cozy ambiance.

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My boyfriend and I took his parents here for brunch while they were visiting from Ohio. It's a pretty small restaurant, and can get pretty packed. We arrived a little after 11am, and were seated approximately 15 minutes later. The omelets are fantastic, made with fresh vegetables and seasoned well. My bf's parents ordered skillets which they enjoyed as well. Stellar customer service paired with a cozy ambiance.

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The servers here are friendly and helpful - I really enjoyed their service. They use virtually all locally grown ingredients and it's very homestyle. My dining companion and I shared a salad of heirloom cherry tomatoes, greens, and a chevre crouton (yum), a roasted chicken stuffed with ham/blue cheese, and a ravioli in a bacon-basil pesto sauce. For dessert there was a peach tart (yum). All of it was good, the only thing that was a little off was the ravioli - it tasted weird and a little bitter. I'm not holding it against them, though, and I would definitely go back.

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The servers here are friendly and helpful - I really enjoyed their service. They use virtually all locally grown ingredients and it's very homestyle. My dining companion and I shared a salad of heirloom cherry tomatoes, greens, and a chevre crouton (yum), a roasted chicken stuffed with ham/blue cheese, and a ravioli in a bacon-basil pesto sauce. For dessert there was a peach tart (yum). All of it was good, the only thing that was a little off was the ravioli - it tasted weird and a little bitter. I'm not holding it against them, though, and I would definitely go back.

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