Easter means a three-course, brunch prix-fixe at Agrodolce! Come enjoy bloody marys, mimosas and delightful organic cuisine. ($35pp). Reservations are for 2 hour time windows. We are happy to accommodate dietary restrictions with advanced notice.
Sunday, April 1, 2018
Nice setting but the food was mediocre at best. Given the quality of the food, this was overpriced. We won’t go back.
Never had a bad meal here until that night, despite very friendly staff & nice ambiance. Overcooked aranchini, scallops that arrived cold & in a beet sauce not mentioned by the server, and a $25 entree that was entirely inedible in addition to being lazily-prepared, like a ground lamb & too-much-mint burrito. Everybody has an off night, and we've always enjoyed this place in the past, so we hope this isn't a sign of where things are headed at Agrodolce.
We got the family style dinner. Has it before and loved it. Got it this time and was very underwhelmed. Paid a lot of mediocre trout. They dimmed the lights we couldn't see the bones. Food was underseasoned and portions were not large enough for 4 people to share.
This was unremarkable food.
Tilth, by the same folks, is way better.
Always enjoy coming to this restaurant, the lunch is a special oasis from the normal bland food of life.
Had the hash and an omelet. Seasonal hash was flavorful with maple pork sausage and lovely roasted veggies. Great little spot in Fremont. Will return.
I have been a fan, from a distance, of Maria Hines since Earth and Ocean in around 2004. (I live in Bay Area.) So Agrodolce was a big disappointment. I expect agnolotti to have very delicate noodles. These agnolotti were thick and chewy and perhaps undercooked; not what I expected. The other pastas were unremarkable. The beet-burrata crostini seemed to skimp on the small dollop of burrata. The arctic char was the best dish of the night. (We shared all the dishes we ordered-- two small plates, three small-size pastas, and one secondo.)
This used to be our go-to restaurant for special occasions and assurance of good food. Our last visit was a special occasion. The menu has changed, and not necessarily for the better. The service, for the first time, was sub-par. We ordered our appetizer as soon as we were seated, only to find out after being assured it was on its way, that it had not been ordered. The focaccia brought to tide us over was touted as warm, but was cold. So disappointed. The chef has changed, and staff seemed off. I hope this was simply an off night, but for a Friday night is was only about 1/3 full at 7:00. We did fill out comment cards to share our disappointment.
The 4 of us had a great dinner - delicious food, great options, friendly service, neat & clean, welcoming and an environment where we all could chat and connect.
Highly recommend it!
Food was great, service was great given how crowded the restaurant was for Valentine’s Day. Wine pairing with the meal was awesome
I have nothing but positive things to say about this restaraunt. If you're looking for some top quality food with friendly service, you've got to try this place! They're also really amazing about accommodating for dietary restrictions.
A lovely experience all around! Skilled and non-intrusive service, excellent food, a pleasant and easy atmosphere
Agrodolce hit the spot! We all had waffles of different types, but they were each terrific. The staff was kind enough to let us sit and chat after brunch until the restaurant got busy. It was a lovely time and I recommend it.
Food and service is always great, many vegetarian options as well. French toast sticks are heavenly!!!!
The food was mediocre and the portions are very small. For the cost I don't feel it's worth visiting it again.
Lovely experience all around. Great for vegetarians
Great lunch spot in Fremont! The food is fabulous and the service is attentive. I'm surprised they aren't busier for lunch, since it's such a good restaurant!
One of the only places in Seattle that does bottomless! Food was good but don’t get the eggs bene!
A wonderful dinner followed by a romantic proposal! Best date ever!
The menu had a lot of promise but just didn't deliver. From a group of 7, everyone rated it their food as just ok, and one of the salmon dishes had to be returned because it was raw. The place has a great feel to it and the service was good, but the food just wasn't worth the cost.
Overall very average and overpriced for the quality.
I have never been disappointed at Agrodolce. The service is always prompt and polite, the food is incredible, and the ambiance is hard to beat in an already pretty hip neighborhood.
They make their pasta in house, and it is delectable.
The caramelized broccoli was too salty. Entree was just so-so. Very loud clients.
I was also surprised that it got so much colder towards end of dinner. It was definitely before restaurant closing time and there were still 6 customers in the restaurant. Seems like they might have turned the heater off after the majority of the big parties left. With all experience considered, I doubt I will be back again.
No one in our party of 9, which included omnivores, vegetarians, and vegans really enjoyed their food. A pork dish and some of the pasta dishes were over-salted to the point of being nearly inedible. The pork was also cooked wrong. The shellfish dish was mediocre. The drinks were fine and so was the service and the space, but the prices are way too high for such poorly executed cooking and seasoning.
We loved our evening here. Food, service, wine, ambience. All great!
I am a regular and I chose this as my birthday dinner, as they never disappoint. Per usual, I left satisfied, full, and happy!
First time dining here; my partner and I shared the squid ink spaghetti with sardines and golden raisins; the sauce was to die for - flavorful and not too salty. Then we had the Arctic char wrapped in prosciutto which was tender; the fingerling potatoes were also good. Leeks we're just ok - not as tender as I like. Brussels sprouts might have been a better pairing. Limoncello sorbetto for dessert was very refreshing. Wine list is a bit pricey. Overall a great meal.
Wonderful birthday celebration. Attentive but not intrusive service. Our "go to" place when we have out of town guests. Poke
Thank you for treating us kindly.
The tiny wine pour is annoying and unappetizing. It sets a bad, stingy tone for everything to come and keeps me from returning more often. However, the delicious broccoli starter and then the pasta sugo were very, very tasty. And the setting is beautiful; I've enjoyed it under various incarnations, originally the soup and coffee cafe "Still Life with Fremont."
We had a great NYE dinner. The appetizer, first course and dessert were great! For the 2nd course my friend I decided to get the vegetarian option which turned out to be ok, but not great compared to the other courses. Nice wine list!
We dined here for New Years Eve, understanding that there was a four course pre fixe menu in place at $90 per person. The food was okay. The first course was three small plates that we shared, but none of them were great. The second course was a small portion of shared pasta, which was good, but again- not great. For the entrees we had the arctic char and the wild boar tenderloin. The arctic char was the best part of the meal, by far (yay sunchokes!), and the boar tenderloin was lacking. For the dessert course, several desserts came out on one plate and none of them were great. After spending $300, I left disappointed. I would have much rather had one first course and dessert course that was fabulous, versus several small mediocre plates. I know part of the price we paid was because we were dining there on a holiday, but I definitely learned my lesson.
Exceptional food and service. Non-intrusive and helpful. Interesting, not overwhelming menu, although still hard to choose because every dish sounds appealing. Had a great booth toward the back, comfortable and not overly loud like so many places.
Another pleasant evening at Agrodolce with excellent food. I need to eat gluten-free, and there are always plenty of options. For those with multiple food sensitivities, GF pasta tends to include some eggs. I do appreciate being able to eat many things GF/DF and/or vegan. Though it may sound simple, we adore the roasted broccoli appetizer. It's outstanding. Good drinks, too. After going to Agrodolce, we're always glad we decided to go. That says something about the place.
Food and service were excellent. We did the family style dinner for 6 and literally everything they brought was delicious.
It was so sweet of the server to bring us some Prosecco!
We ordered coffees and a slice of quickbread; it took them 30 minutes to serve us the bread?! With empty tables in the restaurant brunch took almost two hours. Very slow service, including taking almost 5 extra minutes for one person’s meal to arrive. The food is excellent, but I won’t go back.
High quality food, drink. Cozy atmosphere. Spicy greens and broccoli dishes were outstanding. Pasta was freshly made, but dish lacked much flavor. Sunday night service was pleasant/ low-key. (It has been sales-y in the past, but not this time.)
We had a nice time, good food and great, cheerful service. Only things I didn't like was the floor was cold and the turkey dry - try brining it next Thanksgiving!!
Took a chance on an Italian Thanksgiving. It was perfection. Great service, excellent meal served family style, and perfect wine pairings. Charming little restaurant, and not too noisy for a family get together.