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- OTOpenTable DinerSeattle / Eastern Washington •1 review4.0Dined todayWe love Seastar’s food and service! I had the Mahi Mahi and my aunt had the King Salmon and both were extremely good. I would give them 5 stars, except we saw that on the check a 20% service charge is automatically added to the check at the end in addition to any tip you want to leave your server. The service charge is not gratuity, but goes directly to the company. So if you want to leave a 20% tip to your server you end up paying an additional 40% when all is said and done. We understand the reasoning behind it, which is to pay a more competitive wage to the staff, but it was a little shocking. We had an amazing time overall though and really enjoyed our service.More infoSeastar Restaurant & Raw Bar$$$$• Seafood• Bellevue•4.6
- MKMarthaKSan Francisco Bay Area •4 reviews5.0Dined 2 days agoMy friend and I always come to Carmine's for lunch. We were both celebrating our birthdays. We received a wonderful birthday dessert, after a fantastic lunch! PLEASE keep the steak risotto on the menu - it just melts in your mouth! Our server was wonderful too. Thank you for a wonderful day at Carmine's.More infoCarmine's - Bellevue$$$$• Italian• Bellevue•4.8
- OTOpenTable DinervipLos Angeles •2 reviews5.0Dined 2 days agoOur favorite restaurant in Kirkland! Always stellar service, AMAZING food & cocktails, and an incredibly gorgeous environment. Not to mention, they are so kind and gracious with our toddler (who often joins us for dinner)- not every restaurant extends the same type of courtesy! Highly recommend.More infoCOMO$$$$• Italian• Kirkland•4.6
- MSMonicaSvipSeattle / Eastern Washington •4 reviews5.0Dined 3 days agoless choice than other places. A lot of repetitive stuffMore infoFogo de Chao - Bellevue$$$$• Brazilian• Bellevue•3.8
- DdimpleSeattle / Eastern Washington •45 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023I was meeting a friend after a long time, for new year's. We both love seafood so decided to pick this new restaurant opened 6 weeks ago in Bellevue. Based on the menu and the reviews, I had high expectations, and it met them all. First of all, our server was amazing - both in customer service and marketing their dishes :). His description made you want to order everything. We started with Spanish octopus tail and crab cake and both were delicious. With the right marination , the accompanying sauces, they were cooked to perfection. The portions were decent too and the house bread was worth the carbs ;). I didn't order any cocktails as my friend doesn't drink but saving it for next time. With the new year's, we wanted to splurge on the dessert so skipped the main course though there were many tempting options - grilled / steamed lobster, crab, cod, ..... In dessert, went with bread pudding with whisky sauce and salted caramel ice cream... yummy. I make bread pudding at home so it has to be exceptional for me to order it outside and I would order here again. Next was espresso ganache cake with cherry ice cream. That was incredible, and that ice cream was so balanced in flavors, nothing like I have tasted before and I have tried a lot of ice creams.. a lot. Overall, a lovely ambience with a sticker though - just 2 appetizers and 2 desserts came to $100 (+ tip extra). A lovely experience and I would go again for a special occasion.More infoWater Grill - Bellevue$$$$• Seafood• Bellevue•4.5
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Only 26 miles from Seattle, Fall City is a haven for outdoor recreation; locals love to golf, hike, and fish (1). After a day on the river or putting on the course, hungry individuals return to Fall City intent on dining. Hearty American dining is the local favorite - thick burgers and T-bones at the local tavern, a cup of joe and massive french toast slices at the diner, and platters of steak fries at a pub with kitschy decor. Diners in Fall City prefer simpler western staples, like rolls, baked potatoes, and steaks. If a more international mood strikes, there are also family run pizzerias, Indian palaces providing curries and heady spices, and Mexican restaurants full of charm to choose from (2).