Great Harvest Bread

★★★★☆
  • 3610 Factoria Blvd SE

    Bellevue, WA 98006

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  • 425-643-8420

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Mon - Fri, 6:30am - 7pm; Sat, 6:30am - 6:30pm; Sun, closed

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Well let the truth be told. I went to the location on calif. ave. I am a lifelong resident of w.sea. I never went into this bakery before. My boss treated me to lunch and my first visit I was made to feel like I was ignorant, by this counter person who shall remain nameless. After I made my order on the clipboard and handed it to her, I decided to ask if I could add sprouts. Well she acted like I had ripped off her arm. Nonetheless she obliged my command, and her s/w was of mediocre quality. Second visit, well again we visit and I decide to order a different s/w and having now understanding the procedure of placing orders I checked my order and clearly wrote down that I wanted extra lettuce more than the usual. As our orders were being done, she was asking my boss if she would like to try some bread, and she was already slicing her some. Well I was scanning the room just to see what else in there I might like, as I made my eyes to hers as she sliced she then asked if I would like to try some. After I looked at the board to see what she was offering and inquired of a particular loaf that looked inspiring I asked her what that was, and she snapped at me, like a crabby ole school teacher ready to feel my knuckles with a ruler ouch! In turn I sternly told her " No thanks" She then had to put her two cents in. She said that " I wasn't paying attention to her". Goodness, all I was searching for was some comforting nutrious food, I felt like she didn't really want us there. I guess overall I would tell you that if you wanted something from this place call your order in ahead of time so that she doesn't have to look at your face when she makesthe sandwich she might be shocked to see that WE too like to eat healthy. NATIVE PRIDE!

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★☆☆☆☆

Well let the truth be told. I went to the location on calif. ave. I am a lifelong resident of w.sea. I never went into this bakery before. My boss treated me to lunch and my first visit I was made to feel like I was ignorant, by this counter person who shall remain nameless. After I made my order on the clipboard and handed it to her, I decided to ask if I could add sprouts. Well she acted like I had ripped off her arm. Nonetheless she obliged my command, and her s/w was of mediocre quality. Second visit, well again we visit and I decide to order a different s/w and having now understanding the procedure of placing orders I checked my order and clearly wrote down that I wanted extra lettuce more than the usual. As our orders were being done, she was asking my boss if she would like to try some bread, and she was already slicing her some. Well I was scanning the room just to see what else in there I might like, as I made my eyes to hers as she sliced she then asked if I would like to try some. After I looked at the board to see what she was offering and inquired of a particular loaf that looked inspiring I asked her what that was, and she snapped at me, like a crabby ole school teacher ready to feel my knuckles with a ruler ouch! In turn I sternly told her " No thanks" She then had to put her two cents in. She said that " I wasn't paying attention to her". Goodness, all I was searching for was some comforting nutrious food, I felt like she didn't really want us there. I guess overall I would tell you that if you wanted something from this place call your order in ahead of time so that she doesn't have to look at your face when she makesthe sandwich she might be shocked to see that WE too like to eat healthy. NATIVE PRIDE!

Pros: No one is ever in there when I have gone.

Cons: Service leaves a bitter taste in my mouth.

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I love great harvest bread....it's the best bread in my opion. I love their cinnamon raison bread and their honey wheat. It is kind of expensive for bread ..but it's just so good. The people there are also alway so nice.

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★★★★★

I love great harvest bread....it's the best bread in my opion. I love their cinnamon raison bread and their honey wheat. It is kind of expensive for bread ..but it's just so good. The people there are also alway so nice.

Pros: Great bread, nice staff

Cons: Expensive

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This bakery focuses on whole wheat and whole grain breads and muffins. The blueberry and raspberry muffins are not sweet, but have loads of fruit and plenty of fiber in them. I recommend the pumpkin hazelnut muffins for those who enjoy a sweeter, richer taste. I especially enjoy their sandwiches and holiday specialties. This past Easter I bought loaves of honey wheat bread shaped like bunnies and hot cross buns to die for. Samples of the latest seasonal or best selling specialties are more like full servings. Very little smells better than walking in their front door.

PROS: Quality, freshness, variety, service
CONS: A bit pricey

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★★★★★

This bakery focuses on whole wheat and whole grain breads and muffins. The blueberry and raspberry muffins are not sweet, but have loads of fruit and plenty of fiber in them. I recommend the pumpkin hazelnut muffins for those who enjoy a sweeter, richer taste. I especially enjoy their sandwiches and holiday specialties. This past Easter I bought loaves of honey wheat bread shaped like bunnies and hot cross buns to die for. Samples of the latest seasonal or best selling specialties are more like full servings. Very little smells better than walking in their front door.

PROS: Quality, freshness, variety, service
CONS: A bit pricey

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Sure, a loaf costs about $5. But it is also about 2 lbs. You can buy a 12-16 oz loaf from Safeway that is filled with air and is void of flavor, or you can take a trip across the street and buy a REAL loaf of bread, fresh baked and yummy. You also get a free generous slice of whatever bread is on the cutting board (several selections). Sometimes it is still warm and they also have butter and honey to put on top. Mmmmm. Try it!

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★★★★★

Sure, a loaf costs about $5. But it is also about 2 lbs. You can buy a 12-16 oz loaf from Safeway that is filled with air and is void of flavor, or you can take a trip across the street and buy a REAL loaf of bread, fresh baked and yummy. You also get a free generous slice of whatever bread is on the cutting board (several selections). Sometimes it is still warm and they also have butter and honey to put on top. Mmmmm. Try it!

 

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