Streamliner Diner

★★★★☆
  • 397 Winslow Way E

    Bainbridge Isle, WA 98110

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  • 206-842-8595

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Sun 7:30am-5pm, Mon 7am-5pm, Tue-Thu 7am-9pm, Fri-Sat 7am-9:30pm

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I was surprised at how light and bright it was inside, inviting. They have a very good breakfast, also offer vegetarian dishes. Staff was friendly, food was served hot.

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I was surprised at how light and bright it was inside, inviting. They have a very good breakfast, also offer vegetarian dishes. Staff was friendly, food was served hot.

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Come have some fun. The brunch is absolutely outstanding with very original egg dishes and plenty of vegetarian too. It is a small restaurant with good windows and light and airy

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Come have some fun. The brunch is absolutely outstanding with very original egg dishes and plenty of vegetarian too. It is a small restaurant with good windows and light and airy

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I'm from the bay area so I am a little spoiled but the breakfast I got here wasn't too bad. Decent price and good service. I would recommend the Streamliner because the other options are worse.

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I'm from the bay area so I am a little spoiled but the breakfast I got here wasn't too bad. Decent price and good service. I would recommend the Streamliner because the other options are worse.

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The Streamliner is always really crowded for breakfast, and it's good, but not outstanding. It's popularity probably stems from the fact that there aren't too many breakfast places on Bainbridge. But for a basic menu and competent if not inspired service, it'll do.

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The Streamliner is always really crowded for breakfast, and it's good, but not outstanding. It's popularity probably stems from the fact that there aren't too many breakfast places on Bainbridge. But for a basic menu and competent if not inspired service, it'll do.

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Teeming with locals on the weekends, and tourists during the summer, morning yawner flock to this greasy spoon favorite for a reason. Green eggs and ham and fried egg sandwiches are THE best - the coffee is local and rich while the biscuits are deliciously fresh and home made. IF you can muster the mornings, get up before the crowds to avoid the madness and assure quality control.

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★★★★★

Teeming with locals on the weekends, and tourists during the summer, morning yawner flock to this greasy spoon favorite for a reason. Green eggs and ham and fried egg sandwiches are THE best - the coffee is local and rich while the biscuits are deliciously fresh and home made. IF you can muster the mornings, get up before the crowds to avoid the madness and assure quality control.

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This place has a neighborhood greasy-spoon feel BUT the food wasn't greasy... it was tasty comfort-food.

2
★★★★☆

This place has a neighborhood greasy-spoon feel BUT the food wasn't greasy... it was tasty comfort-food.

Pros: Casual

Cons: Small

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Back when Judith Weinstock and friends ran the Streamliner and wrote the famous cookbook, it was really one of the best restaurants in the state; tiny, funky, filled with wonderful smells and good vibes. Now, the food, service, everything is just God-Awful. Gone are the fabulous baked goods, replaced by doughy biscuits and leaden pies. Their old potato salad was creamy, savory and rich. The new stuff features undercooked potatoes, a thimbleful of dill, and a few half-hearted chunks of celery. Even the famous meatloaf is now dry and tired. And the service is maybe the worst I have EVER found; indifferent to the point of outright hostility. This place is not even a good greasy spoon anymore. Take the cookbook and make your own. That's all that's left of the Streamliner.

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★☆☆☆☆

Back when Judith Weinstock and friends ran the Streamliner and wrote the famous cookbook, it was really one of the best restaurants in the state; tiny, funky, filled with wonderful smells and good vibes. Now, the food, service, everything is just God-Awful. Gone are the fabulous baked goods, replaced by doughy biscuits and leaden pies. Their old potato salad was creamy, savory and rich. The new stuff features undercooked potatoes, a thimbleful of dill, and a few half-hearted chunks of celery. Even the famous meatloaf is now dry and tired. And the service is maybe the worst I have EVER found; indifferent to the point of outright hostility. This place is not even a good greasy spoon anymore. Take the cookbook and make your own. That's all that's left of the Streamliner.

Pros: none

Cons: too many to list

 

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