FlintCreek Cattle Co.
Flint Creek's menu is an ever rotating selection of modern American cuisine. The items on it frequently change based on the seasonality of the ingredients, ensuring new items are introduced as others leave. Favorites on the menu include Fennel Braised Wild Boar Shoulder, Durham Ranch Bison Hangar Steak, and the Oven Roasted Duck Confit.
Wild Mushroom Bolognese
fresh campanelle, garlic, sage, nutmeg, liason, parsley, pine nuts, parmesan
Oven Roasted Duck Confit
caramelized lentils du puy, savoy cabbage, pickled shallots, dijon
Lamb Sausage Roll
truffle slaw, raclette, pickled green tomatoes
The service and food, from appetizers, sides, steaks, and dessert were fantastic! Such a pleasurable food experience! We definitely recommend the squash, grits, carrots, sausage, steaks (no need for steak sauce or horseradish here), and the banana split dessert were all scrumptious!
Overpriced for sure, and the service staff is amateur at best. It looks like a freak manager hired a bunch of their freak friends to work the floor. Openly conversating while customers wait, on their phones, etc. Also, the "bartender" doesn't know how to make basic drinks, and doesn't bother to google recipes, just makes them wrong...in 2020?
We came with another couple on a quiet Tuesday night, but FlintCreek was actually busier than expected. We had a few drinks first, as we weren't in any rush, then ordered the squash with burrata and lamb tartare. Both were exquisite. We also ordered a few steaks, the lamb neck, and the duck confit, accompanied by sides of carrots and brussel sprouts. It was a feast, but so good we finished every last bite. This was our second visit to FlintCreek and perhaps even better than the first. Highly recommend.
Great food and presentation and not too loud! Creative options for vegans vegetarians and meat eaters.
Wonderful restaurant and the food was well worth the price. Definitely be back again
Great take on the traditional steak house. The food was very good.
My steak was far over cooked. Everyone else’s was wonderful. All sides were perfect.
Awesome culinary experience!
Their small plate selections are worth a try. We ordered grilled baby eggplant, which was very unique in taste, glad we ordered it. We also ordered the house ground Beef Kefta. We highly recommend trying this dish, it was fabulous!!!!
For main dish, we shared 21 day aged Filet Mignon with caramelized Brussels sprouts. Which turned out to be excellent as well.
We ended our meal with molten chocolate cake as per our server... great choice!
Overall, it was a great experience. Except for the parking, which was a bit challenging and the next time we will try getting a table downstairs 😀
Very "energetic" ambiance on a Friday evening made conversation a challenge. This was more than compensated for by the food and service. The hangar steak was delicious and prepared beautifully, the sides of brussel sprouts and carrots were equally well prepared, and the IPA was cold and delicious. We'll go back.
Our server had the bluish green hair and she was amaaaaaazing!! Every bite was to die for!!! Loved every minute of it!
We had a delicious meal on Sunday. The only complaint is that it was at least 10 minutes before we got water, and even longer before someone came to table so we could order drinks. Once server did arrive, she was great, drinks and food came in a timely manner and we had a wonderful tome. We will be back!
Overall it was a fantastic experience. The food was great - the 32 oz wagu dry-aged rib chop was fantastic and prepared medium rare as we requested, the carrots side dish was the hidden gem, and the starters were great too. Drinks were tasty, expensive as they are in Seattle. Ambience was very nice too. Chatter was constant but never felt like we had to raise our voice, the music was barely audible without conversation.
The food and service were great. My group did not like the bloody Mary's. They had an odd flavor. I recommend taking that off the drink menu. Other than that, great spot!
Our wedding anniversary is Leap Day...and we chose to spend our once-every-four-years night at Flint Creek. It was our first visit and it was outstanding. Sure--it's a bit loud but the food totally makes up for it!
The ambiance is not conducive to enjoying a good meal. The chairs are extremely helpful uncomfortable. The start concrete and steel creates a loud and jarring acoustic signature that is harsh and extremely grating. My new york strip steak was charred burnt on the outside and raw on the edge inside - yuck.
Exquisite 48 oz porterhouse that you can share with 3-4 adults with no problem. I preferred their beef choices over lamb, duck, or pork (felt the latter three dishes were a bit drier than we expected - not sure this is because it takes about 45 - 50 minutes to prepare the porterhouse).
We also had an order of duck confit salad for four people - pretty decent and lots of flavor with sour/sweet sauces.
We will definitely visit again for a special occasion!
All of our steaks were tough and sinewy (even if medium rare), with signficant portions of fat. Caesar salad was ok. They excel in their drinks. Overpriced menu, chairs uncomfortable.
Our neighborhood gem indeed, thanks always for a great night of world class food, service, and overall experience!
Great, but wish there had been a few more options for the vegetarian in the group .
My boys and I love the food here. It is always interesting and always changing.
This restaurant never fails to exceed my expectations.
The food is always absolutely delightful.
The pairings of ingredients & the care with which they are prepared is without comparison!! Have eaten here a dozen times & cant wait to go again !
Steak was dry and chewy, far from a nice soft medium rare steak
This 4-star review is a little bit generous because the seating is so uncomfortable that I felt momentarily crippled when I got up from the table.
Food was generally delicious, save for the ponmes Dauphinois which were underseasoned and terrifically bland. Also the mushroom Bolognese was to acidic, and had little mushroom flavor. Brussels sprouts were delicious as were the roasted carrots, the bison flank, the duck confit, and the salads and pickled vegs. Cocktails were pretty on point.
Service was chilly—Seattle normal—and underwhelming.
And then those chairs...
$275 for 3 people: cocktail, appetizer, main, side.
It was great, as usual! We ordered boar and bolognese and everybody dug it! Great spot, love it!
Exquisite food and ambiance. Would highly recommend!
Loved the vibe, lots of great options on the menu. We were very happy with what we ordered, overall with only one disappointing side dish, the brussel sprouts. The service was fairly slow but very pleasant.
Very good food, special occasion since pricey
The service and food were amazing. Definitely going back!
We finally made a reservation after eyeing the deliciousness that was the Flint Creek Instagram...every single menu item we ordered was ON POINT. Perfect portion sizes, excellent service and a very sophisticated and elegant establishment. We will absolutely be going back!
Good Food for sure and service is good as well.
Lots of food to choose and best Caesar salad I ever had!
We’ve been here before and ordered the steak and that was wonderful. This time we tried the chicken and the duck and they were OK… Nothing special.
As always, very enjoyable
Such a wonderful experience. We took my father in-law, who was visiting from California. Whole experience was amazing!
The food was really good. I had the pork chop. But a lot of the menu selections were a little too off the beaten path for me. I also wish that there was more of what comes with it. In my case heirloom grits and cabbage. I like them both but there wasn’t much of either. I found it a little expensive for what your get.
Fantastic service and the most excellent eats!!! My absolute favorite restaurant in Seattle!!! 💯❤️
Such a wonderful experience. We love their sister restaurant and this did not disappoint. Incredible food, excellent service. Couldn’t have asked for more.
Good restaurant. Bartender makes a great Negroni, which is harder than it seems. Hostess did the job fine, without saying anything including no response to my “Thank you”. Service overall somewhat curt and stand offish, but not bad. Steak had quality ingredients/technique and was tasty but dish greatly lacked texture. Chicken solid. Grits and duck confit salad were excellent, actually liked the warming soupiness of the grits it seems appropriate for the city. If I lived in Seattle, I would certainly return from time to time.
probably the worst elevated dining experience. Poor waiters and just shocking meal... got the $95 wagyu and was very excited for it, but the meat was incredibly tough and not tasty, all other starter plates were also similarly poor quality... we sent both main meals back and the manager gave us 20% off. Would have expected to take the items off the bill. C'est la vie.
FlintCreek Cattle Co. is rated 4.6 stars by 985 OpenTable diners.
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