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Daniel's Brolier

10500 NE 8th St
Bellevue, WA 98004
(425) 462-4662
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Daniel's Brolier - Bellevue, WA
Daniel's Brolier - Bellevue, WA
Daniel's Brolier - Bellevue, WA
Daniel's Brolier - Bellevue, WA
Daniel's Brolier - Bellevue, WA
Daniel's Brolier - Bellevue, WA
Daniel's Brolier - Bellevue, WA
Daniel's Brolier - Bellevue, WA
Daniel's Brolier - Bellevue, WA


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We have been to Daniel's Broiler several times. The food has been great each time. Good happy hour too.


Summary: Go for the drinks and snacks at the bar, go somewhere else for dinner. Pros: Great bar with nice view, snacks and piano man Cons: Dinner quality and service are b...

Great food, nice atmosphere 12/28/2012

We have been to Daniel's Broiler several times. The food has been great each time. Good happy hour too. more

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Great Steaks 3/30/2012

Great place for a group gathering and love their steaks. more

Great View Better Steak 1/20/2012

This place is great.... not only is the view great but they don't just sit back and rest on that. The food and service are A+. This is my favorite steak house in Bellevue and one of the better ones even when compared to other cities. more

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Happening Place Happy Hour 2/5/2010

Happy Hour at the top floor of Bellevue Place with a view of the lake, and the city skyline and the setting sun. How perfect. And this place is a happening place, by the time 5pm rolls around, the lounge area is bustling with people and chatters unwinding from a long work day. Whether the people there are really big shots, or they are posers, they sure seem well dressed, all on their mobile phones while waiting for their food to arrive. $4 beer, half price appetizers. The price for the food isn't that cheap, as you can probably guess from their dinner prices. But the quality is certainly good and the atmosphere. 3 hour free parking validation. Recommendation: Steak strips, Calamari and the Tuna. more

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Great view, ok happy hour 11/28/2006

The view is fantastic from the top of the Hyatt. It is very different from the skyline you are used to seeing. If you can catch it at sunset, even better. Parking is located in the garage below, which I imagine can get full around the holidays. I have to say that I was a bit disappointed in their happy hour. The drinks were good, but full price. The food was a great deal---if you like meat. Granted, it is a steakhouse so my vegetarian expectations weren't too high. However, the only thing on the menu I could eat were the fried artichoke hearts. I love artichokes, but this is not a good way to eat them (breaded and fried). The place is always packed with what seemed to me to be the single, office crowd. If that's your scene, you will love it. For me, it was too boisterous and I felt like I was invading the regulars' scene. Because of the crowds, the servers could barely get to us. I've been in a few other times, and left promptly because it was so crowded. I can see why people love this place, but I much prefer the restaurants across the street in Bellevue Square. more

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Great for a spendy night out 8/8/2006

Daniel's Broiler in Bellevue is located on the 21st Floor of the Hyatt building downtown. We received some gift cards for the place a while back and just got around to using them. We were greeted and seated by a polite and informative hostess. Our table was right by the window with a lovely view of Lake Washington and Seattle beyond. We ordered some wine (good list - something for everyone) and their shrimp and crab appetizers. The best thing about the crab is that it comes already out of the shell; just dip (or not) and eat. Both appetizers were quite good. Since Daniel's is known for their steak, we both had filets. Both were delicious cuts of meat, cooked just the way we wanted them. Dessert was also to be had (since we had those gift cards). I don't recall what my husband got (but he liked it), and I got the chocolate-dipped strawberries with Grand Marnier in them. They were very good, and with my coffee, just the right ending to a nice meal. When all was said and done, this meal cost us about $250 including tip, but it was worth it since we had the gift cards, and would be worth it for a special occasion or spendy dinner. The service is quite solicitous -- our water glasses were kept full, our empty plates whisked away. Our server was friendly, helpful and polite. All in all, an enjoyable meal. more

How about Bellevue 5/24/2006

Daniel's Broiler in Bellevue is on top the Hyatt hotel across from Bellevue Square. They have fantastic happy hour food like lobster salad for $6.00 and the cocktails are top notch. Best of all is the view. It's the strangest thing I've seen in the Northwest. I grew up here and I know Seattle clouds, weather and daylight. From the top of this building, you feel like you are looking out on a Teletubbies land. The hills roll in a wierd way. The lighting is wacky and the clouds are stuck in places they shouldn't get stuck. It's a trip. more

Great steaks, great views 4/1/2006

Daniel's is a place to go for a special occasion. The steaks are what it's known for, and I've had excellent fresh grilled fish too. The views are impressive. We prefer the Leschi location, as it's a little quieter, but if you want a nice steak out with family, friends, or business associates, Daniel's is the place. The bar is also happening. more

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Great view, ok lunch 3/28/2006

The view from the Bellevue Daniel's Broiler is gorgeous - Lake Washington, Seattle, beautiful. The service is impeccable and friendly. The lunch menu has some great appetizers (try the popcorn shrimp with two dipping sauces!). It also includes appetizer soups and salads, as well as entrée salads and sandwiches. Then there are the entrée steaks. Besides steak, all of the salads either have meat or seafood in them, so if you are a vegetarian, this place is obviously not for you. more

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Nice, Upscale Restaurant 3/20/2006

Located on the top level of the Hyatt in Bellevue, Daniel's Broiler is a great place for a good steak on a date, or to take an out of town business client. Been here several times and never been disappointed with the food, but it is a little on the costly side. Not for your every day dining. Great ambiance & good menu. more

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Daniel's Broiler 3/15/2006

In relation to the previous answer, Daniel's Broiler is right across the street form Ruth Chris. Besides the Met, this is the best steak you can get in the area. While Ruth is good, this place is a step up. If money is not an issue, this is your spot. more

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That Daniel guy knows how to cook a steak 3/12/2006

Skipping the rush of Valentine's day, my wife and I like to pick another day to go out and have a nice dinner. This year we went to Daniel's Broiler in Bellevue. We made reservations on Saturday for the same night, and the earliest available was 9:15 PM. Not a big deal since we waited to make reservations. When we got there, I expected it to be pretty quiet. It wasn't though. The bar was hoppin', packed with Bellevuites. A little bit older crowd than your usual Saturday night bar scene. Our waiter was a bit odd, but overall, it was a pleasant experience. I've never been much of a steak guy, so I went with the Ahi tuna. That may have been a mistake, because I sampled some of my wifes meal, and the steak was some of the best I have tasted. The Ahi was delicious as well though. My favorite part of the evening was when one of the employees, carrying a tray full of prepared place settings, dropped one, and the steak knife stuck into the ground, through the napkin, straight up and down, only an inch from the guys food. Good show. Daniel's put on a good show, but El Gaucho still takes first place for me for the special occasion dinner. I'd much rather go out in downtown Seattle than downtown Bellevue. more

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Great Food, Outstanding Views 2/21/2006

I'm not sure if it's because they specialize in steak or because I can't see them from the street, but frankly, I just don't think of dining at Daniel's Broiler all that often. That's a shame because the food has always been outstanding (including the non-steak items on the menu) whenever I've eaten there and the views are incredible, daytime or nighttime. In addition to their main restaurant, they have a handful of private dining rooms in which they'll serve stand-up cocktails with hors d'oeuvres or sit-down dinners. Wait staff are incredibly professional and friendly and did I mention I always enjoy the food? For such a great dining experience, the pricetag is justifably a bit on the steep side. For special occasions, however, it's always been worth the extra sacrifice to do it right. There's a reason they've been an institution in the region for quite a long time now. Caveat - it's been a bit since I've eaten there so while it seems unlikely anything would have changed substantially since my last visit, it's worth checking to be sure! more

You Can't Beat The Service And Food At Daniel's Broiler In Bellevue! 7/12/2005

Daniel's Broiler in Bellevue has the most breathtaking view, over looking the water. But to find this place is a bit tricky, so I recommend calling ahead for directions. With all of that aside, this place is the best steakhouse that I have ever been to. The service is unbeatable and the steaks are only the best USDA Prime. Daniel's Broiler is owned by the Schwartz Brothers whom also own many other restaurants around the greater Seattle area. Daniel's Broiler is split into two sections, the bar which plays live music and the restaurant area for fine dining. I loved it so much that I joined their membership which allows me to get discounts on my meals and $50 off on my birthday. I highly recommend taking your partner, thats if you want to impress them! more

What a Steak! 7/11/2005

Daniel's Broiler sits nearby rival Ruth Chris' Steakhouse, so I can't help but compare them and decide they're similar enough that they may share a kitchen (though I have no proof of this). The Bellevue location has a rather nice view of the surrounding downtown area and lake, and is a great place to eat. It's a bit pricy, but the cuts are excellent and rather sizable. Unfortunately when I went the waiter was rather curt and not very good at his job. Kind of surprising for a place which is excellent in every other way. It being my first time he didn't introduce the resturaunt at all. He also didn't mention they put steak butter on all their food -- being lactose intolerant it would have been nice to know this so I could have requested my steak without it. The food all came out overcooked, as well -- every steak was at least one notch too cooked, some two or three. Again, a shame to ruin such good beef. Since the waiter didn't write anything down, and seemed a bit befuddled during our ordering process (we asked a few questions), I'm not sure who to blame on this. I do know he never asked how we liked our food though. Upon mentioning to him (at the end of the meal, I ate my steak anyway) he should mention the butter, he simply said "that's just how we prepare all our steaks here, so I don't feel it's worth mentioning". The cuts definately do have potential, if the kinks get worked out. more

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Daniels: My restaurant O. C 6/30/2005

This is the epitome of a special occasion restaurant. The service is amazing, the views are spectacular, but it's all about the food. Even if you're splitting an entree with a friend, order your own salad. They are the best salads, period. You will not regret it. The meat is always tender and of excellent quality. It is expensive, but they always make it a wonderful experience to go there. more

Good Steak at a high price 10/6/2004

If you love steak Daniels has it. They cook it right about 80% of the time. Quality is usally there. I just wish they weren't so dam expensive. It has a nice atmosphere too..with great views. more
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  • The Scene
    Known for a gorgeous view of downtown Seattle, Lake Washington and beyond, the large windows and spacious interior of the dining room are warmed up with a lush draperies and...

  • 7/6/2006 Provided by Citysearch

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  • Hours:

    Lunch: Mon - Fri, 11:30am - 2:30pm; Dinner: Sun - Thu, 5pm - 10pm; Fri - Sat, 5pm - 11pm
  • Payments:

    Master Card, Diner's Club, American Express, Discover, Cash, Visa
  • Neighborhoods:

    Northwest Bellevue

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