About Daniel's Broiler - Leschi
Daniel's Broiler in Leschi features USDA Prime Steaks.
Spectacular views of Mt. Rainier and Lake Washington are available from every table and outside waterfront dining is available during the warm weather.
*Daniel's Broiler-Leschi includes a 20% service charge on each guest check. Daniel's Broiler retains the full service charge and 100% of these funds are distributed to team members in the form of wages, commissions and benefits.
Seattle, WA 98122
Hours of Operation:
Mon–Thu, Sun 4:00 pm–9:00 pm
Fri, Sat 4:00 pm–10:00 pm
Sat, Sun 10:00 am–2:00 pm
$31 to $50
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Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Private Room, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Daniel's Broiler - Leschi Ratings and Reviews
We went out to brunch on a Saturday morning to celebrate my daughter-in-law getting her PhD. The chairs are very comfortable and we were seated by the window that looks right out on a Lake Washington marina. I had the crab benedict which was wonderful but it was served with potatoes that were tough and cold. I don't know why american restaurants have to fill up plates with potatoes. Having an option for a small bit of fresh fruit would have been nicer.
I had the prime rib with garlic potatoes and my wife had the shrimp creole. (She had been looking forward to the stuff shrimp but that was no longer on the menu). My prime rib was prepared just right and I enjoyed it. My wife’s shrimp creole, was tasteless. Literally tasteless. She even sent it back and they tried a second time but it was only very marginally better. Ambiance was nice and service was impeccable. But value for the dollar was not there.
Have eaten here several times and generally the food is excellent. Was dining with my father and his meal (filet mignon) was excellent, but mine (prime rib) was lackluster. I don't like to judge a restaurant on a single disappointing meal (especially with many fine meals in the past), but at this price point, excellence should be the norm. Will be back again.
I requested a quiet table several times due to medical issues. They assured me several times that they would. After they seated us they set up a party of 16 across from us which ruined our event. The hostess needs to listen customers, I was very specific about our needs.
We went to Daniel's for Restaurant Week. The food was fabulous! We each had the steak and it was the best steak we've had at Daniel's. Actually the whole meal was better than when we were there the end of August for our anniversary. However, I was disappointed that they no longer are using Bombay Sapphire for their happy hour martini and have switched to Gordon's. I just won't have a martini for happy hour anymore and select another drink. Problem solved.
Ever since the city of Seattle enacted a higher minimum-wage, and Daniels appears to have confiscated that tip (they auto-grat your bill at 20%), the service has really become quite poor. I’ve noticed it previously at the restaurant on Lake Union, and now that has moved out to Leschi . So sad! My inkling is that all of the good servers have left the city. These are newbies and not very skilled to be honest. Food was just barely OK, veggie dishes were cool to touch, pork undercooked. Prime rib was good, as was the salmon. Creme brûlée was burnt and inedible. $440 for five people. So not worth it. Come on Schwartz Brothers - kick it up a notch or two back to where you were!!!
We came for restaurant week and were very excited had never been to Daniels Broiler before.
We were pretty disappointed in the mushroom appetizer we received as well as the Brussels sprouts with bacon side we ordered. Nothing special. We were also disappointed in the Cesar salads that came out. The artichokes were amazing though.
The main course steak was fabulous.
The creme brûlée had no taste and very gelatin like.
Would not come back for the pricing and previous reviews we heard.
Waited 45+ minutes for our entree and the manager was extremely rude when I asked to speak with her. Accused me of cursing at her when I said the wait was asinine. They comp’d the meal, but the evening was ruined. This was my guests first time there for dinner. We won’t return. Go to Bellevue Daniel’s for outstanding service.
We came here for Restaurant Week because we had always heard great things about Daniel's Broiler. We were blown away! The steak melted in our mouths and the dessert was incredible. We also ordered off of the Wine under $45 list and were very impressed. We would HIGHLY recommend going here!
The host was pretty rude considering that he quoted 10 min but it took longer than 10 min and he didn't bother updating us waiting. I thought it was silly that we were made to wait so long when we walked in to take our seats there were plenty of empty tables. The service wasn't that great for this type of high end restaurant
I'm familiar with Daniel's as a restaurant and purposely went this time to "test" their Restaurant Week menu. Thumbs up!! For high end restaurants, the RW menu is occasionally cheapened to the point that it is a waste of even $33. Not the case for this one. Give them a try folks!
We went to Daniel's not knowing it was Restaurant Week - 3 items for a set price. The menu offered was very good. The only thing I was disappointed in was the slow and minimum service for such a nice restaurant - especially on a Thursday evening when they weren't busy.
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