Molly Ward Gardens

★★★☆☆
  • 27462 Big Valley Rd NE

    Poulsbo, WA 98370

    Cross street: Around Town

    Map & Directions
  • 360-779-4471

About Molly Ward Gardens

Hours
Wed-Sat 11am-2:30pm and 6-9pm; Sun 10:30am-2:30pm and 6-9pm; Tues 6-9pm

Food

Food
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Greeted and seated promptly in a cozy atmosphere; unfortunatley, it was down hill from there. Three items only on the menu: beef fillet $40; chicken breast $25; hallibut $26. Wine glass filled 1/3 with cheap zinfandel, (waitress apologized for short pour and added a thimble full). Shrimp coctail was mushy and way too spicy. Good salad; veggies well prepared; chicken dry; halibut mushy with bland tomato soup-like sauce; beef fillet small. 20% gratuity added automatically; total bill: $185 for four.

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★☆☆☆☆

Greeted and seated promptly in a cozy atmosphere; unfortunatley, it was down hill from there. Three items only on the menu: beef fillet $40; chicken breast $25; hallibut $26. Wine glass filled 1/3 with cheap zinfandel, (waitress apologized for short pour and added a thimble full). Shrimp coctail was mushy and way too spicy. Good salad; veggies well prepared; chicken dry; halibut mushy with bland tomato soup-like sauce; beef fillet small. 20% gratuity added automatically; total bill: $185 for four.

Pros: cozy atmosphere, nice gardens, friendly staff

Cons: average food, limited menu, over priced

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The best Prime Filet Mignon with shiitake and brandy and lightly breaded and pan-fried Dabob Bay Oysters in the Seattle area is found in a big hidden red barn disguised as "The Yarn Barn," in big letters on one side, in a big Viking niche called Briedabliek, on a secluded Big Valley Road in Poulsbo, 45 minutes from the Bainbridge ferry, less from the Kingston ferry. Dark sign on the road says Sam and Lynn want to remain anonymous! Bon apetit!

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★★★★★

The best Prime Filet Mignon with shiitake and brandy and lightly breaded and pan-fried Dabob Bay Oysters in the Seattle area is found in a big hidden red barn disguised as "The Yarn Barn," in big letters on one side, in a big Viking niche called Briedabliek, on a secluded Big Valley Road in Poulsbo, 45 minutes from the Bainbridge ferry, less from the Kingston ferry. Dark sign on the road says Sam and Lynn want to remain anonymous! Bon apetit!

Pros: Absolutely delicious, Veggies grown there, Fresh NW cuisine

Cons: Secluded, Rich food, Possessive locals

 

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