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Fresh Bistro - 7 Reviews - 4725 42nd Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116, Seattle, WA - Restaurants Reviews - Phone (206) 935-3733

Fresh Bistro

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4725 42nd Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116 (at SW Alaska Street)
Seattle, WA 98116
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(206) 935-3733
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Fresh Bistro - Seattle, WA
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Reviews

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Best

I love this restaurant! Another West Seattle gem offering great cocktails and excellent food showcasing locally-sourced meats and produce. I agree with the reviewer who mentions...

Worst

The food was good, but the server had a horrible vibe! He did not want to be there and was rude to us. I don't think I will go back and I won't recommend this place to my friend...

We shall return here! 6/21/2012

We were over in West Seattle to meet a friend's new puppy and decided to grab lunch before the fuzzy... more

Editorial review from Citysearch 6/21/2012

We were over in West Seattle to meet a friend's new puppy and decided to grab lunch before the fuzzy frivolity began. We ducked into Fresh Bistro at 2:52PM, just squeaking in before their 3PM close. One thing that made this visit so great: our server welcomed us happily, which is not always the case when patrons arrive just under the wire before closing time. LOVED the great, ""so nice to have you visit us"" attitude here! They were serving their brunch menu but nothing was really hitting me, so I went for the Wagyu-Lamb Burger (Spanish feta yogurt, cukes, red onions, butter lettuce, truffled smashed fries, charred tomato aioli) as I've been on a bit of a burger kick lately. I ordered it medium-rare. The burger arrived and it was just wonderful! I forgot to ask for no onions so I did have to pick them off but that's my issue, not the restaurant's. The flavors of the beef and lamb melded nicely and the beef rounded out the sharpness of the lamb to create a nice, smooth, non-gamey but really flavorful experience. The only thing I wasn't totally loving was the bun; it was dense and that made it a little hard to bite through without squishing all the burger contents out each side with each bite. The only improvement I could suggest would be a Macrina brioche bun - that would take it completely over the top. If not Macrina specifically, definitely a softer bun so that you don't lose the contents of the sandwich when trying to take a bite. The smashed fries were good, but nothing memorable. I didn't pick up any discernible truffle essence when I tasted one plain, but they were good dunked in the charred tomato aioli (hello, what doesn't benefit from a good dunking in mayo???). We shall return here! more

We shall return here! 6/21/2012

TheTripChick Provided by Partner
We were over in West Seattle to meet a friend's new puppy and decided to grab lunch before the fuzzy frivolity began. We ducked into Fresh Bistr... more

Delicious, local, organic 6/11/2011

I love this restaurant! Another West Seattle gem offering great cocktails and excellent food showcasing locally-sourced meats and produce. I agree with the reviewer who mentions a few ""misses"" on the menu. Sometimes the chef's creativity produces things that are a little too exotic for my palate, though it's mainly the deserts that I end up feeling a bit disappointed with. Appetizers and entrees here are fantastic. Sunday Brunch is not to be missed. To quote my husband: ""It's *fried eggs*! How do they do it *so much better* than me?!"" Friendly and knowledgeable service here as well. You'll want to come back almost before you leave. more

Best eggs benedict breakfast in Seattle! 5/19/2011

Delicious, really enjoyed the veggies side, and the mimosa is with quality Argyle champagne for $8/glass. more

BAD VIBE 1/13/2011

The food was good, but the server had a horrible vibe! He did not want to be there and was rude to us. I don't think I will go back and I won't recommend this place to my friends. Good luck, Fresh Bistro! more

Fresh Bistro delivers tasty Happy Hour (& next day brunch)! 1/15/2010

Chef Dalis Chea and the team behind Herban Feast Catering have put together one of West Seattle's best happy hours with an eclectic menu - including crispy pork belly banh mi sliders (at $6/order it's okay to go for round two) - and half-off wine by the glass or three-buck beers. Living in the neighborhood, it?s tempting to make Fresh Bistro a second living room. Though happy hour is a favorite, the brunch is also fantastic with flavors spanning Latin America, the Pacific Rim, and more. With a slate of weekly specials like Monday Night Wagyu steak night, 4 courses for $35 every Tuesday & Wednesday, and Sunday night family style dinners ? it?s worth the drive over the bridge Pros: Emphasis on locally-sourced ingredients, great service Cons: Occasional misses on the menu, a by-product of creativity more
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Editorial

  • Fresh Bistro is the quintessential neighborhood restaurant: plates of fresh farm-to-table food, comfortable but not cutting-edge décor and a quiet, older lunch crowd make it a good choice when...

  • 3/26/2010 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Mon-Thu 11am-11pm Fri 11am-12am Sat 9am-12am Sun 9am-3pm
  • Neighborhoods:

    Junction, West Seattle
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