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About Preservation Kitchen
Preservation Kitchen celebrates sharing a good meal with friends and family. We believe that all great things begin at the dinner table.
Preservation Kitchen preserves the traditions of regional cuisine and drink. The Northwest seasonal menu supports local producers, and uses sustainable, organic ingredients when possible to create the perfect “fine dining comfort food.” Pair your food with a drink from the extensive book of Wines & Libations to complete your meal.
Preservation Kitchen offers the elegance, warmth, and comfort of celebrating any occasion with the ease of feeling at home with family and friends, but without you doing any of the work. The restored historic 1916 Kaysner Estate was formerly home to Bothell's mayor and is located in a woodsy naturalistic setting. During the summer the outside patio is a relaxing area to grab a cocktail for the daily Happy Hour while enjoying the sprawling grounds.
Bothell, WA 98011
American, Northwest, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Daily: 11:30 a.m. - 9:00 pm
Saturday - Sunday: 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Daily 2:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We do small catering events. Chef Amy creates platters and warm dishes to serve up to 4o people.
Preservation Kitchen has a private lot but because of our location and the lot size, we offer free valet parking on busy nights.
The 522, 372, and 312 stop at Bothell Way NE and 180th, about 1/2 mile from our location.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Preservation Kitchen has a charm and understated elegance that is perfect for your private party. Whether you’re in one of our cozy private rooms upstairs or our spacious dining rooms, our restaurant has several options for your special celebration.
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Preservation Kitchen has three main private dining rooms ideal for any special occasion or business gathering. Private dining rooms can accommodate up to 40 people. The menu features traditional and seasonal Northwest items to create the perfect "fine dining comfort food."
Preservation Kitchen Ratings and Reviews
We always really enjoy the grapefruit sparkler cocktail, and the brunch dishes are reliably good. The sausage gravy on the "Mount Baker" was heavy and a little floury, but the Classic Eggs Benedict and Herb-Ricotta omelette were very good. Excellent potatoes.
We made reservations at 6pm for our anniversary. We were seated right away. But we sat and did not get fed until 45mins later, not even bread, just water. And their was no offer by the management of a concession. However the food was really tasty. We had the broccoli appetizer, duck, steak and mash, green Caesar salad, house salad, tiramisu, and chocolate silk. Mixed drinks were the virgin pomegranate and the ginger lime. The food was really the only good thing about the experience. We will probably not go back.
The restaurant was pleasant. The staff were all friendly and attentive (hostess, backwaiter, server). Suggestions were made in a very helpful way, questions answered, and service was prompt. The food was on the better side of average, but did not WOW. Instead, it was a nice experience that did not spark a strong memory. The establishment was fun and cozy, though table spacing left fellow diners fairly close. This was a fun and relaxed restaurant that my friend and I enjoyed.
Looking forward to first time eating out on Thanksgiving. Expected from the price and reviews a white table cloth experience. found instead a casual, family style setting with average service, average food and a noisy setting that made talking to my wife difficult. For the cost > $200, we should have had one of the local grocery stores make us dinner. Would not do it again. Would recommend the place to go for seahawks games if you had a crowd and weren't worried about the cost
We went on Thanksgiving and enjoyed it. Being a holiday, the menu was limited. We opted for the traditional turkey 🦃 dinner, but the other were tempting as well. Service was excellent and the food was of very good quality. The ambience is romantic and cozy. We plan on returning to check out their lounge.
My turkey dinner was ok, the turkey was not cooked well. My friends had the filet and they really enjoyed it. We felt rushed, they didn't give us a lot of time between courses. Staff was friendly but seemed a little scattered with the bigger thanksgiving crowd.
I’ve been here many times for weekend breakfast and a few times for lunch. This experience was mediocre. The service was the main culprit. My date and I decided to split our meals. We ordered an entrée salad and fish and chips. The server never reminded us that a side salad was included with the fish and chips. Awkwardly, our entrée salad and our fish and chips arrived, followed by the side salad!
Even stranger are a few more things. The side salad arrived after our main course. The entrée salad was split to share, but the fish and chips came on a single plate. Not a big deal and we probably would’ve asked for it that way, but no side plates or questions asked.
Later, the server stopped by to check on us. I was clearly finished with my salad plate and we were picking at the fish and chips. Hands empty, she didn’t feel compelled to grab our plates, as if that’s not her job.
The fish and chips were ok. The spicy chips are a bit of a surprise because sometimes they’re really spicy and sometimes they’re not, at random. The salad was quite delicious.
Note that the restaurant is hard to find. It's not well signed but once you find it, it's a hidden gem. Warm and inviting, with very pleasing service. The food was a little disappointing though. My puttanesca was completely under seasoned. My boyfriend's chicken dish had a biscuit which was slightly burned on top.
The desserts however were amazing! Try the bread pudding... It's out of this world. Would I go again? Probably not anytime soon .
My wife and I went here the other day as part of restaurant week, and were very disappointed. The ambiance was nice, but it went downhill from there. I had the shrimp & grits, and the shrimp were inedible. They weren't cleaned (had sand all over them), and were dry. After trying one, it was apparent that my meal would be the grits. My wife had the wild boar ragu, which was not very hot, but otherwise unremarkable. Despite having a reservation at 6, we were seated at 6:15, and apparently the whole room was available, so not sure what the wait was for. Waitress was okay, but not present or particularly friendly. We definitely won't be returning.
Went for Dine around Seattle, at lunch. We felt PK went all out to make this promotion worthwhile. Three courses (not 2 as we had elsewhere earlier). Good range of options for all three. Portions were surprisingly generous and everything we had was excellent. We go to PK at other times as well and always have a wonderful experience.
We've come here a couple times during SRW and both times, the dish my boyfriend chooses has run out or part of the ingredient has. We just laugh it off and joke about it. However, the staff handles it impeccably and does more than make up for it. This most recent occasion; they brought a small plate of the shrimp and grits, and made another substitution on my boyfriend's meal. Dinner was wonderful. The owner also came out to apologize and speak with us, she was more than gracious and her attention to our dining experience was much appreciated. The dining here is not rushed and the food is wonderful. The staff is warm and welcoming.
We had brunch on a Sunday morning here. We did have a reservation, however it was not busy and there was no one waiting for a table. The restaurant actually seemed pretty empty and being our first time here I was hesitant about that, wondering if the food was going to be good. We got seated quickly, ordered cocktails and coffees and browsed the menu. They unfortunately ran out of biscuits, even though I am not sure how, as a place serving brunch you would allow that to happen... The food was quite good and the service was very prompt, never needing to ask for more water or to have dishes cleared. I would recommend this place to friends/family or anyone who is looking for a cute atmosphere to enjoy a good meal.
I love Preservation Kitchen. It's an old building with a lot of character that really adds to the experience. The food is really nice - high quality honest cooking without any stupid embellishments or cost cutting tricks. Service is perfect. If you've not been here, please don't go - it's perfect right now, if too many more people find out about it there will be lines out of the door.
We hadn't been to this restaurant in awhile despite it being right down the street and couldn't recall why.
First there is a lot to like:
- They allow free corkage on Woodinville wines. Big plus.
- The main was well cooked and seasoned. We both had the salmon.
- the desserts were well done.
- service was just right. Attentive without being pushy.
- salad was outright bland. Little flavor and felt like they didn't try on this one.
- portions were very small. If there was 4 oz of salmon on our plates I'd be surprised. They tried to make it look bigger with a big portion of quinoa.
Overall a decent meal but that salad really started things off wrong.
This was my second visit to PK. First time I had the cioppino (excellent) and this time the mussels (rich and tasty). The grilled bread served with both dishes was perfect for mopping up the sauces. Delicious! Our server was super friendly and knowledgeable. Also, while it's nice this is a kid-friendly restaurant, I appreciated the quiet this time around.
Lovely casual brunch. We drove about 30min for this meal because I thought a restaurant in an old house would be lovely, and it was. The food was served very quickly and it was delicious. My son liked the blueberry pancakes, served silver dollar size in a circle. I loved the veggie eggs benedict and my husband ordered the Greek omelet. The omelet was over flowing. The side of roasted potatoes was also delicious. I would have loved a soy latte, but alas no soy milk. I was fine ordering orange juice. I would definitely recommend this restaurant and I would definitely return. Nice outside patio, but we dined inside. There was so many small rooms with tables that the size is deceiving.
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