Karam's Lebanese Cuisine

★★★★☆
  • 340 15th Ave E 202

    Seattle, WA 98112

    Map & Directions
  • 206-324-2370

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Karam"s has the best baba ganoush and hummus; their special cheese "Karamage" is amazing. These three vegetarian appetizers could make a fine meal. Otherwise, most of teh entrees are fish or meat based, and I'll bet are good, but I'm a veg head so haven't tried them. Veg ro non-veg, go try it. No probs with the service.

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★★★★★

Karam"s has the best baba ganoush and hummus; their special cheese "Karamage" is amazing. These three vegetarian appetizers could make a fine meal. Otherwise, most of teh entrees are fish or meat based, and I'll bet are good, but I'm a veg head so haven't tried them. Veg ro non-veg, go try it. No probs with the service.

Pros: garlic garlic garlic

Cons: not very much vegetarian food

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The inside is a lot nicer than the outside suggests. It's a small restaurant but in the good sort of way. Our wait staff was friendly, but not exceedingly. Felt more like we were in their home more than anything. The food was really good. Interestingly I had a pumpkin dish that I was nervous about, but it ended up tasting pretty delightful. Overall, it was a good first time experience with Lebanese food.

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★★★★☆

The inside is a lot nicer than the outside suggests. It's a small restaurant but in the good sort of way. Our wait staff was friendly, but not exceedingly. Felt more like we were in their home more than anything. The food was really good. Interestingly I had a pumpkin dish that I was nervous about, but it ended up tasting pretty delightful. Overall, it was a good first time experience with Lebanese food.

Pros: Ambience, Food

Cons: Parking

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The owner is one of the rudest individuals I have personally encountered in the restaurant business. If the family didn't operate a tahini garlic sauce company, I doubt Karam's the eatery would survive. Regulars seem to be treated well, but one must be "really regular." I went with a friend who once went weekly, then moved out of town, and then moved back to Capitol Hill. He asked me to go to Karam's with him. When we got there, the owner complained about not seeing him and ignored us for most of the evening. He even opened a bottle of wine at our table whilst having an angry conversation on his wireless. The food was alright I guess, but all I remember is the intimidating atmosphere. We took half of meals to go, skipped dessert and got the heck out of there.

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★☆☆☆☆

The owner is one of the rudest individuals I have personally encountered in the restaurant business. If the family didn't operate a tahini garlic sauce company, I doubt Karam's the eatery would survive. Regulars seem to be treated well, but one must be "really regular." I went with a friend who once went weekly, then moved out of town, and then moved back to Capitol Hill. He asked me to go to Karam's with him. When we got there, the owner complained about not seeing him and ignored us for most of the evening. He even opened a bottle of wine at our table whilst having an angry conversation on his wireless. The food was alright I guess, but all I remember is the intimidating atmosphere. We took half of meals to go, skipped dessert and got the heck out of there.

Pros: Good garlic tahini sauce

Cons: Horrible, intiminating service

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My boyfriend and I have walked past Karam's many times but tonight decided to give it a try. We had never had Lebanese food and we weren't sure what to expect. We walked in and were immediately sat and offered drinks. Our waitor was very friendly and attentive.

We had a bottle of Lebanese wine, lamb kebabs, and kibbah (stuffed ground lamb). Entrees are served with soup/salad and pita and hummus. We tried the soup and salad which were both really good and so was the hummus. There were so many flavors popping in our mouths that we decided that we need to start coming to Karam's on a regular basis. Everything was really good, but the kibbah stole the show. We topped off our meal with baklava which is small, but super tasty.

Karam's is a quiet place and we could carry a conversation without yelling. We both had a fabulous time and would highly recommend Kiram's.

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★★★★★

My boyfriend and I have walked past Karam's many times but tonight decided to give it a try. We had never had Lebanese food and we weren't sure what to expect. We walked in and were immediately sat and offered drinks. Our waitor was very friendly and attentive.

We had a bottle of Lebanese wine, lamb kebabs, and kibbah (stuffed ground lamb). Entrees are served with soup/salad and pita and hummus. We tried the soup and salad which were both really good and so was the hummus. There were so many flavors popping in our mouths that we decided that we need to start coming to Karam's on a regular basis. Everything was really good, but the kibbah stole the show. We topped off our meal with baklava which is small, but super tasty.

Karam's is a quiet place and we could carry a conversation without yelling. We both had a fabulous time and would highly recommend Kiram's.

Pros: quiet, no wait

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I went with my dad knowing they were supposed to have good food. Our dinner was good, but the service was so bad, did not justify. After our plates were cleared it took us 30 minutes to get our check. Thier were only 3 tables full in the whole place. I would reccommend going for the food but expect to help yourself.

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★☆☆☆☆

I went with my dad knowing they were supposed to have good food. Our dinner was good, but the service was so bad, did not justify. After our plates were cleared it took us 30 minutes to get our check. Thier were only 3 tables full in the whole place. I would reccommend going for the food but expect to help yourself.

Pros: food

Cons: service, expensive

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Excellent hummus and you must try the Karamage. Excellent food all around.

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★★★★★

Excellent hummus and you must try the Karamage. Excellent food all around.

 

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