- Surfaces sanitized between seatings
- Digital, disposable or sanitized menu provided
- Sanitizer or wipes provided for customers
- Contactless payment available
- Limited number of seated diners
- Extra space between tables
- Waitstaff wear masks
- Sick staff prohibited in the workplace
Fantastic romantic ambiance and incredible food. I would highly recommend it.
Food was absolutely fantastic! Lighting was perfect and staff was super friendly and accommodating!
First kidless dinner date in a while and it was wonderful! The ambiance was intimate, servers were great. The food was amazing and my only disappointment was that I couldn’t finish dessert because I was too full!
Great service and tasty food. Indoor and outdoor seating. Very quiet even at peak hours good for social distancing. I love the skewers and especially presentation of the beef. The appetizers are all delicious especially the humous. One downside is a lack of kids menu. It would encourage more families to visit if they had some kid-friendly options on the menu. My daughter mostly ate the pita and would probably love a kid sized pasta or something if possible. The service was great and had a complimentary desert. Would recommend visiting or ordering take-out.
Fabulous food. Excellent service. Beautiful interior.
The food was great! Service was excellent! We had a wonderful time !
Went to try the new brunch offering and was disappointed. Food was meh! Breakfast potatoes were still frozen. Server said "I'm sorry!" but would not offer to remake them or anything to make it right. Had to ask for a coffee refill because it didn't happen once during our visit. My friend didn't even get her cup filled. The server also brought our bill while we were still eating, which I find super rude, especially as the restaurant was empty.
We could eat outside. Our server was lovely but needed a bit more training, in our opinion. The decor has gotten to be a bit more eccentric, but again, we did get good food, outside at a reasonable price.
Why not go there?
We have been going to this WS gem for 15+ years and have always looked forward to the staff, the unique setting and the amazing food. It is obvious the restaurant has changed hands and in so doing has revamped the Go-To great offerings. While the names of the dishes remain the same the execution and tastes have NOT. The kabobs are just okay the Adana is NOTHING like it used to be and while i liked the presentation of the Mixed Plate it left lots to be desired on the flavor. GONE is the great Naan now replaced with some packed from Safeway "pita" half-heartedly grilled and literally was luke warm. The previous version of the bread was fired in an oven and frankly kept us coming back. HUGE letdown...
I'm certain we are not the only patrons seeing and tasting this the same way- I would strongly urge the new owners to get the old bread going once again and find their way to the spice and preparation guidelines from the prior iteration of this wonderful WS location.
Amazing food.. previous menu was great, however they have a new menu that adds great options including several different steak options. Service was excellent as well, really glad we went there again! Will go back for sure
Delicious food, The perfect ambient. I love it. I'll come back definitely.
I left without eating any food and have never done that before. It may be good for dinner as they are new at brunch I believe but I would not recommend this restaurant. The two dishes for a table of two people came out 20 minutes apart. Toast was actually just bread and the omelet had no cheese. All of this could have been fixed but the tiramisu waffle came out completely uncooked, just mushy batter and the tiramisu on top was spoiled- clearly sour. Also the cream for the coffee had soured.
Wonderful service; delicious seafood kabob. I would sure like a couple more vegetarian main meal options. Would like bread with the meal at this price point. Gorgeous evening with a splendid view to the Olympics— outdoor back patio...
We ate inside the restaurant which was serving only every other booth so diners were well distanced. However, the waitress kept pulling her mask down to talk to us, such that we finally asked her to leave her mask up. She also leaned in to speak, did not stand 3 or 4 feet away, much less 6, when talking to us. All in all it made us nervous. On the bright side, nothing's happen yet 3 days later. Food was decent, red wine was warm (ick) and we were disappointed that the delicious eggplant caviar we'd had years ago was not offered. Their babaganoush had red pepper and other stuff in it. Not the traditional thing. We had rice pudding for dessert which was kinda gluey. But the chicken skewer was delicious and their rice pilaf and house "Greek " salad were really good.
Ephesus Restaurant offers takeout which you can order by calling the restaurant at (206) 937-3302.
Ephesus Restaurant is rated 4.2 stars by 14 OpenTable diners.
Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting reservations at the moment.