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12th Avenue Cafe

775 NW Gilman Blvd
Issaquah, WA 98027
(425) 392-5975
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12th Avenue Cafe - Issaquah, WA
12th Avenue Cafe - Issaquah, WA
12th Avenue Cafe - Issaquah, WA


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Pros: Great food, and lots of it; very friendly and efficient staff, warm and welcoming environment. Cons: Despite my expanding stomach, I still can't finish my plate! We actu...


Worst food and service I have ever experienced. VERY, VERY DISAPPOINTING. I had to request the table to be cleaned and the water glass had lipstick marks. When I asked for a cle...

Really good homemade food 9/29/2006

This is a great place for a tasty breakfast, and their dinner features (only offered 2 or 3 nights a week) are yummy too. The gentleman that owns the cafe really cares about his food, and it is a nice place to eat. more

Great Breakfast Spot for Kids! 7/15/2005

My son was thrilled with his Mickey Mouse Pancakes. He colored and looked at all the airplane memorabilia while we waited for our food. It came out quick and was very tasty. We went on a weekend but lucked out by getting seated right away. When we left there were quite a few people waiting for seats. more
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  • The Scene
    Black vinyl booths and red laminate tables set the scene for cooking like Mom's, while photos of vintage airplanes remind you of the Eastside's aviation history (remember when there was an airport on 148th?). The place is bustling at breakfast; expect to wait at least 20 minutes.

    The Food
    The cafe's signature breakfast consists of a plate of fried potatoes, green peppers, onions, ham, bacon and cheddar that will hold you all day. Pancakes are the best --moist and feather-light. If artery health isn't an issue, order a five-egg omelet filled with Italian sausage, mushrooms, green onions and Jack cheese. Lunch and dinner fare are comforting, featuring favorites such as pot roast, chicken-fried steak and turkey with all the trimmings. Fish fanatics will love the seafood platter--a sampling of halibut, prawns, and clams with steak fries. The turkey melt is a delicious twist on classic grilled cheese.

  • 10/2/2006 Provided by Citysearch

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