How To Cook A Wolf
The dishes are not big, butThe dishes are not big, but very tasty. Two dishes per person is appropriate. Excellent service, I loved the lady that served us. They have a few tables outside, they're great if weather is good, the view is Queen Anne Ave, you can see people walking by. The garlicky sauce from the soft eggs was delicious. The chicken liver pate with rhubarb conserva was also very good. We received freshly made pasta as a gift to take home.5/12/2013 12:00:00 AMA great Queen Ann find!We loved this spot! We tried the fern special, the risotto, sea scallops and the gnocchi... yum! everything was perfectly cooked and tasted amazing! We would defiantly go back, especially because the service was so good!5/2/2013 12:00:00 AMExcellent food with a menuExcellent food with a menu that has a lot to offer in terms of variety and a wine list that isn't over-infused with local domestic wines. Will definitely go back.4/26/2013 12:00:00 AMWe didn't plan on going here,We didn't plan on going here, however we were pleasantly surprised. We had some oysters to start, then the beef tongue salad, the beets salad, and the risotto, and all were distinctive and fantastic. We also had orecchiette pasta, but that was just OK, mainly because we were already pretty stuffed from the previous courses. Note that everything is family style, so I'd recommend just ordering 3-4 plates from the appetizers to share between two people and that should be more than enough. Highly recommended!4/21/2013 12:00:00 AMLoved it! Ordered 4 dishesLoved it! Ordered 4 dishes and enjoyed each one. Very friendly service. Will definitely return.4/19/2013 12:00:00 AMAlways a treat - excellentAlways a treat - excellent food and service in a striking, intimate setting.4/17/2013 12:00:00 AMEvery dish was tasty and beautifullEvery dish was tasty and beautifully presented. It is my first time here, but certainly not my last.4/17/2013 12:00:00 AMWe walked away agreeing thatWe walked away agreeing that How To Cook A Wolf will definitely be a place we visit with regularity.4/15/2013 12:00:00 AMSome of the best food I'veSome of the best food I've ever had...Seattle Restaurant Week didn't make a difference! Perfect service too even though we didn't order wine. (This usually makes a difference of the level of service get.)4/15/2013 12:00:00 AMFood and Ambiance a Delight!I was looking forward to experiencing Ethan's resturant and it was wonderful! A bit slow to get seated, but they were very gracious abuot it and it was worth the wait. Our server was excellent (Seth) and our dishes were delightful - beet salad, incredible smoked pork chop, and two pasat dishes. Loved the architecture inside as well.4/12/2013 12:00:00 AMThe food was amazing, andThe food was amazing, and the service was also stellar.4/4/2013 12:00:00 AMReasonable prices make thisReasonable prices make this neighborhood find a place to return to again and again. Menu not extensive, but seasonal and delicious. A very enjoyable experience!3/31/2013 12:00:00 AMI have been wanting to eatI have been wanting to eat here since I heard about this place over a year ago. We have wanted to go during Seattle Restaurant Week but never make reservations in time. We decided to go for a special occasional instead and it was a perfect choice. The food was unbelievably good and I really liked the decor of the restaurant. It was quiet so carrying a conversation was easy. Service was also great. Our server, Seth, did a great job of checking on us, keeping us entertained, and giving us great recommendation for food and wine. I would highly recommend this place for any occasion.3/29/2013 12:00:00 AMMemorable mealWe have now experienced six of Ethan Stowell's restaurants. This came second to 2 times at Staple and Fancy. The service was engaging, knowledgable and accommodating. I really enjoyed the scallops on greens and the beets were tasty, even sweet. The ravioli was perfect, the spaghetti noodles a touch thicker than I am used to but still flavorful.
We have a bread maker in our foursome and the Macrina bread doesn't measure up to his in being mouthwatering, that was my disappointment.
We enjoyed a smooth Sangiovese to accompany our memorable meal.
It was memorable and I will return.3/23/2013 12:00:00 AMGreat experience with coolGreat experience with cool music, delicious food and attentive and attentive staff!3/22/2013 12:00:00 AMgreat food, served ala cartegreat food, served ala carte - recommend ordering 2 dishes per person and sharing with the table...hamachi excellent, prawns with cannelini beans even more amazing..beet salad not to be missed - sweetest beets I've ever had. Wine list primarily Italian with a few northwest choices.3/21/2013 12:00:00 AMWe had wonderful and fun serviceWe had wonderful and fun service from all the staff. They are very relaxed, yet knowledgeable and patient. There's no rush. Just enjoying food and learning what they have to offer. The smoked Mackerel bruschetta was amazing! So was the beef tartare, and the hamachi crudo. My compliments to the chef!3/12/2013 12:00:00 AMOur second time dining atOur second time dining at How to Cook a Wolf - excellent experience both visits. ala carte menu - don't expect to eat the same thing twice...menu completely different the second time there - wouldn't want to anyway - too many great things to try....great wine list - mostly Italian with a few west coast wines - least expensive wine $50-$60 - would like to see more regional wines on the list...service was very friendly and knowledgeable - 2 hours flew by!3/11/2013 12:00:00 AMCould not have asked for betterCould not have asked for better service or food! We had a great time.1/1/0001 4:00:00 PM