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emmer&rye - 10 Reviews - 1825 Queen Anne Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98109, Seattle, WA - Restaurants Reviews - Phone (206) 282-0680

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1825 Queen Anne Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98109
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emmer&rye - Seattle, WA
emmer&rye - Seattle, WA

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Food was delicious - will be back. Farrro fries, seared tuna and pork belly to start and I can't remember the main dishes by name. Love the smaller portions and the option to try ...

Worst

Emmer & Rye is certainly a welcome new occupant of the Queen Anne house-turned-restaurant that was home to Julia?s for several years. Actually having breakfast in what used to be...

We will be Back!!! 6/4/2011

Food was delicious - will be back. Farrro fries, seared tuna and pork belly to start and I can't remember the main dishes by name. Love the smaller portions and the option to try more different things. Desserts are to die for with cheesecake and huckleberries to finish. The plates were finger licking good! more

My new favorite restaurant 5/30/2011

I also used a Groupon and was excited to finally try this restaurant. I ordered a taste of the pork belly and a taste of the coho gravlax. My date had the seared ahi tuna with lentils and cilantro pesto. more

Great Food but........ 3/6/2011

I only give it three stars because although the food and ambiance are quite good and as other reviewers have mentioned the availability of half portions is a plus, the service needs improvement. Four of us had dinner and it took 15-20 minutes to get a cheese plate appetizer although the glass of wine was served pronto. I do enjoy leisurely service when fine dining but this seemed overly slow and inattentive. In fact, the wait person admitted he had forgotten to bring our coffee along with our desserts when we complained. As far as I could tell there was no manager, i.e, no one in charge of the wait people and it impacted the quality of the service. more

Wonderfully, delicious food 8/25/2010

On a whim, we decided to eat out Sunday night and ended up at Emmer & Rye. What a stroke of luck! The atmosphere is warm with a country feel, however, you'd be perfectly comfortable in casual or dressy attire. We just loved the food! Small portions are available in both appetizers and entrees. This allowed us to sample many items on their menu. The cheese plate for 2 had 2 cheeses, 4 slices of warm apricot bread and apricot conserve.. perfect size. I thoroughly enjoyed the cider braised pork shoulder. My only regret is that I didn't get the larger portion! We shared 3 taste size appetizers and 3 half portion entrees and still had dessert which can also be purchased in smaller sizes. My dessert was OK, the cheesecake was delicious. The service was great and food fresh and seasonal. Can't wait to go back on a night when there is a little more energy. more

scrumptious northwest cuisine in a victorian style house 4/22/2010

I came to Emmer&Rye because it was part of Seattle Restaurant Week where you can get 3 courses for $25. The... more

scrumptious northwest cuisine in a victorian style house 4/22/2010

Leigh Provided by Partner
I came to Emmer&Rye because it was part of Seattle Restaurant Week where you can get 3 courses for $25. The cute Victorian style house that the re... more

scrumptious northwest cuisine in a victorian style house 4/22/2010

Leigh Provided by Partner
I came to Emmer&Rye because it was part of Seattle Restaurant Week where you can get 3 courses for $25. The cute Victorian style house that the re... more

Home style seasonal cuisine 4/17/2010

At the top of Queen Anne lies a hundred year-old Victorian home where discerning diners are served seasonally inspired, locally derived cuisine. In the former Julia?s space, emmer&rye takes its namesake from two grains ? emmer (an ancient grain now being recultivated in Washington state), and rye (also an ancient grain that fares well in harsh climates and is known for being distilled to whiskey). Whether you?re dining with a significant other or out for an evening with friends, emmer&rye offers small plates (in bite size and appetizer size) and large plates (in half and full portions) that are perfect to share. Executive Chef Seth Caswell uses local food to create skillfully crafted seasonal dishes like their popular Faro Fries, served as an appetizer with delicious dipping sauces for dinner or, on their weekend brunch menu, with a poached egg, wild mushrooms, and hollandaise sauce. Other favorites include small plates of seared tuna with beets and sunchokes, steamed mussels with butternut squash, chilies on a toasted baguette, and pork belly with heirloom beans and chicories. Try their large plate favorites: braised rabbit, oyster pan roast with spinach on grilled ciabatta, and goat crepinette with black trumpet mushrooms and butternut gratin. emmer&rye offers a delicious brunch on Saturday and Sunday featuring traditional dishes like eggs Benedict and pancakes, original dishes of biscuits and gravy, and a wild nettle omelet with Camembert cheese. From traditional to unique, emmer&rye?s appeal is food that is both subtle and good, with choices for every appetite and every season. more

Brunch Doesn't Compete in Queen Anne 2/13/2010

Emmer & Rye is certainly a welcome new occupant of the Queen Anne house-turned-restaurant that was home to Julia?s for several years. Actually having breakfast in what used to be someone?s living room adds more than a splash of charm to dining out. And, as I never joined the Julia?s fan club, I was very excited to hear that Emmer & Rye was moving in. Pros: Athmosphere of sitting in someone's house Cons: Forgettable brunch food more

Learn about your grains... 2/5/2010

Emmer and Rye is a welcomed dining destination in Queen Anne - don't let the door hit ya on the way out Julia's. However, despite the culinary turnaround ... there are still airs of the old in terms of decor -- it sort of feels like coming to dine at gramma's house, just not your own so it's a bit odd, albeit cozy. Luckily, the food will inspire you stay and return again. And you'll even learn about some grains you've never heard of. Pros: Menu, Portions, Local Foods Cons: Service, Decor more
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