Porkchop & Co.
Whether you want a hearty brunch, a hot pastrami sandwich or seasonal french toast with friends and family – Porkchop & Co. is the neighborhood restaurant that'll take you from porkchops to pozole.
Smoked beet toast: excellent
Spicy cauliflower sandwich: ok but not spicy
Foie gras French toast: very little foie gras.
Porkchop & Co. was an OK place to meet for lunch. It was our first time there and while the staff was very friendly, the food wasn't great. It was simply OK. The scrambled eggs lacked flavor and the biscuit was served cold. The biscuit, while most likely homemade, also lacked flavor. If you get it served with butter and jam, the butter and jam (blueberries that were not easily spread) are already on the biscuit. The butter was too much and that was all any of us could taste. Ugh. The star of the meal was the potatoes, nicely seasoned and cooked just enough. When potatoes are the star of 3 different meals, a restaurant is decidedly average and disappointing. We wanted to love it.
We celebrated my friend's birthday there w/a group brunch (8 people) and everything was GREAT! Our reserved table was ready when we arrived. Servers were/are friendly. Food was super yummy and had a nice spin in your traditional dishes.
Had croque madam for the second time .
Tasty but the brioche was burnt- really black burnt.
Excellent restaurant with tasty food! Highly recommend the pork belly hash and pastrami sandwich. I only Marked a 3 for service since one has to order your food at the counter and bus your own table. They bring your food to your table, but that’s it. You pay at the counter when you order and I gave a 20% tip. Had I known what little service we would receive, I would've left a 10% tip.
I was pleasantly surprised by Porkchop & Co. The staff, food and especially their coffee was amazing. Went with a group of 9 and they were very attentive, helpful and we couldn't have asked for more.
We would certainly go back next time we are in Seattle.
Great food for the price. They prepare the parings of the ingredients in a unique way.
Great spot to have lunch in Ballard! I loved the salad.
We had saturday brunch for a birthday. There were eight of us and everyone cleaned their plates to the last morsel! Except for the birthday boy who had to take home some of his monster pork chop deluxe. The coffee was good, the service friendly and no-fuss. My Croque Madam was perfect, the egg just as I ordered, the ham succulent, the thick bread light and delicious. I will certainly go back.
This place is a must for breakfast/brunch. Great food. I enjoyed the French toast.
Breakfast at Pork Chop & Co was the perfect choice on our way out of town. We received good advice on what (not) to order as we were slightly pressed for time, and were rewarded with hearty plates of perfectly done slow-cooked eggs with bright orange, farm-fresh yolks, savory pulled pork hash, cheesy grits worthy of being served at far lower latitudes, and - obviously - house-pickled kimchi. Coffee was notably good as well. This is an order-at-counter, receive-at table joint, so be prepared for that casual experience, along with fairly close quarters, bring a good appetite, and enjoy!
Porkchop...what else can you say. Pork server so many ways, but there are also options for non-pork fans. Love this place. Food is off the hook good.
The pork belly hash!!!!!!Amazingly good, it was the hit at the table. Still thinking about it. A friend had the cauliflower sandwich, which looked delicious. Bloody Mary's all around. Yum. And also the DUMP TRUMP cookie - we bought 2! (for the cause)
Definitely will return.
Great pork belly!
It is a breakfast and lunch place. You order at the counter and find a seat. Menu was interesting and varied. Lots of choices.
I usually love the food here, but this time we went for brunch and the french toast was soggy and undercooked. The coffee (Kuma) is outstanding, and the Dump Trump cookies made up for it. ;)
This place is very strange. You have to order at the counter, the food is marginal. The presentation is awful. I was excited to try it as it is a locally sourced food and farm to table place. What a terrible disappointment. Very little variety, everything seems to be nearly the same, and all of the plates look like slop that I saw come out of the kitchen. I won’t be back. Ever.