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About Daniel's Broiler - Bellevue
Daniels' Broiler in Bellevue is located on the 21st floor of the Bank of America Building.
Spectacular views of the Cascade Mountains and Lake Washington are available from every table.
Daniel's Broiler is the only major Seattle steakhouse serving USDA Prime Beef exclusively.
Bellevue, WA 98004
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 2:30pm; Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm; Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm
$31 to $50
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Daniel's Broiler features a live piano bar Seven Nights a Week. Sunday and Monday starting at 6:30pm and Tuesday-Saturday starting at 8pm.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Enjoy Happy Hour from 4:00pm - 6:30pm Seven Nights a Week
$1 off All Draft and Bottled Beer
$2 off Daniel’s Classic Martinis and Manhattans, Daniel’s Signature Cocktails and Spring Specialty Cocktails
$3 off All Wines by the Glass
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Daniel's Broiler - Bellevue Ratings and Reviews
We came for a romantic lunch and it exceeded our expectations. The view was beautiful, the food was heavenly. The service was outstanding, from the hostess through to the server. Our server was Loren, who was knowledgeable on everything about the restaurant. He was friendly and very attentive. We can’t wait to go back! Ps. The bbq prawns are a must have!
1. Tried to seat us 6 inches away from a large loud table and a hall and server station. Dinner was at 6pm - several window tables available. No.
2. Both of our Del Monico steaks were tough and full of connective tissue. Not Prime. No.
3. Server was adequate, but off putting with his overly long, wordy, and rehearsed descriptions. Stop it. No.
I’ll spend my Benjamins at Ruth Chris or the Met.
Went for our 22nd anniversary. The service was excellent. Our waiter was attentive, but not over bearing. He seemed knowledgeable on the menu. We took a couple of his suggestions and they didn't disappoint. The manager came by and wished us a happy anniversary, and the gave us a nice complementary dessert sampler. A wonderful experience.
Normally Daniels is great. We come a few times a year. However, this time we were disappointed in a few things. My Lobster tail was overcooked and over seasoned-too salty. Also for some reason the garlic mash potatoes were too salty. Maybe these items sat too long under a heater, or maybe one chef walked by and seasoned, then another one came and did the same? Who knows. My husband ordered the tuna special and that actually had very little seasoning. Lastly we split the warm bread pudding special and found the bourbon sauce to be burnt.
On the plus side the drinks were very well made. The oysters Rockefeller were perfectly done and the raw oysters were great. Our bottle of wine was perfect too. As always Daniels in Bellevue has a fabulous view. Our server, Kathy, was excellent. Very attentive.
This is our first disappointing meal here in years. We will try again though.
I brag about Daniel’s Broiler ever year to all my friends. These friends finally joined us there and they said it exceeded the expectations that I had set for them. The only down side, even with discounted gift cards our bill was a bit more than we all had expected. All in all, still love the restaurant.
My steak was under cooked but the person asking us to cut into demanded it was cooked correctly. Pink is medium it was Med rare and red inside not pink. I’ve not been here for a few years as I live in Dallas. The steaks and wine are way over priced. I think I’ll try somewhere else next time I’m in Bellevue. It was embarrassing for my customers to watch this. I doubt they will be returning anytime soon too.
I went to Daniel's Broiler in Bellevue for lunch with my co-workers to celebrate 2 work anniversaries. We were greeted by a very friendly staff person and escorted to our table promptly even though we were a few minutes early for our reservation. The view is wonderful as you're on the 21st floor. Our waiter was quite prompt in bringing bread, refilling drinks and taking our orders. He also answered a few questions about the menu as well as offering his opinion on a couple of different dishes when asked. The steak sandwich was well prepared and tasty but the steak itself seemed a little too thick for the sandwich. I was glad to hear them offer a half salad in place of the French fries or some other starch since the bread on the sandwich already had enough starch for me.
Every year the waiters get sassier. I asked for baked potato fixings on the side and when they brought out their baskets I asked is there somewhere they can put it since I asked for it on the side and she said yeah, on the potato.
I had to actually tell her to grab me a little plate and put the things ON THE SIDE. Sigh. Food is decent but... Less likely to go there again
Seating in the booths afforded some privacy, hence "cozy" while still being a "hot spot" and moderately noisy. Booths still offered a good view of the city, the lake and downtown. Food was very good and priced accordingly. Not the best I've had but no complaints.
We have dined at the restaurant several times over the past year. Our server did not bring the food to the table at the same time. By the time someone in our party had their dinner served, one of the members in our party was just receiving their appetizer. Additionally, we ordered a side dish which we never received. The lack of service was amazing. The food, once served was ok, however one person in our party order king crab legs and they were less than fresh.
Normally I love Daniel's Broiler. However, this time we were seated in a table that was almost in the aisle and had people walking by all evening. Plus there was a large party nearby who got louder and louder as the drinks kept flowing. All this would have been tolerable if my wife's steak hadn't been overcooked and dry. She would have sent it back but it had taken so long to be served that she didn't want to risk it. That said, the server was outstanding.
DANIELS is by far one of the better steakhouses. I have never been disappointed. I bring friends here for any occasion I can find. The atmosphere is perfect. Not to loud so you can hear your conversations and the piano at the same time. The service is outstanding. It almost seems as though my mind is being read cause my server is there just when I needed her. I'd highly recommend Daniels to anyone looking for a romantic evening out. Or to even pamper friends and family.
I got the veal and my boyfriend got the New York steak and we both loved our food, we compared it to the food at the space needle which costed double what we paid for here, and the food at Daniel's Broiler definitely tasted better too. We got popcorn shrimp as an appetizer and that was really tasty too, I liked the lemon aioli a lot. They stuck us in this private looking room by a window with a great view of Seattle (or so my boyfriend says, I didn't have my glasses at the time haha). The waiters were especially great and checked in on us every now and then during the meal. I really appreciated the free dessert they gave us at the end too, I wasn't going to order any since I was on a diet but it's like they read my mind and knew what I really wanted. I will definitely be coming back and recommend this place to my friends and family. Totally worth the money spent.
It's all good! From the minute you exit the elevator. The entire cocktail and dining experience is top notch. The front end and bar are very well organized.
The servers are well schooled, courteous and knowledgeable. The appetizers and main courses were a true delight. I have no problem with recommending Daniels to all.
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