Our menu will satiate any appetite. Whether seeking brunch, small plates, dinner or just cocktails, our medley of indulgences invites you to stay for more. Burgundian has 22 rotating craft beers and ciders on draft, a refined selection of Whiskeys, Bourbons, Tequilas and Mezcals, and a list of house craft cocktails, as well as some classics, though our experienced bartenders are happy to make whatever our extensive bar can accommodate. Burgundian features Power Hour daily from 3 to 6 pm, Dinner from 6-close, and Brunch on the weekends. The kitchen serves food until 10pm Sunday through Thursday, and 11pm Friday and Saturday. Burgundian is for ages 21 and over .
Food was very bland
This was either my 2nd or 3rd visit - and all were disappointing. I don't know why they even bother to serve food - it just seems like an excuse to serve alcohol. The food selection and execution were truly sub-par.
We enjoyed a very nice brunch, which included some more creative plates and traditional breakfast eats. The food, service, location, and atmosphere are all recommended.
It was fine. Kitchen took forever to get our food out. Then it was overpriced and pretty tasteless. Would not recommend
Fried chicken and waffle had a hint of rosemary in the chicken- it was good! Loved the bourbon flavored syrup. My husband had breakfast lamb stew hash. I would definitely go back. Good coffee and service.
We had a server dedicated to us but she was below subpar. We were told we couldn’t order from the bar but took forever to get a Drink order with her.
Three of us met at the Burgundian for brunch on a Saturday morning. My husband ordered an egg dish (including a side of mushrooms) that he thought was very good. My friend ordered the apple French toast. Though she thought it was tasty and that the thin sliced apple was intriguing, she fell it was a bit overpriced (just one slice of bread). Unfortunately my dish was a disaster. I ordered the avocado toast with a side of mushrooms and a side of roasted potatoes. My eating companions both received their dishes about ten minutes before I did...which may not seem a long time but is when you're the only one waiting for food to be delivered. When my avocado toast arrived, the server told me they were out of mushrooms (apparently my husband got the last of them). Since it was just 11 am, it seemed rather early in the day to be running out of something so basic as mushrooms. The server did bring the roasted potatoes that were a bit over-roasted. But the real problem was the pathetic avocado toast: one small piece of whole grain bread with at most 2 teaspoons of smashed avocado dabbed here and there on the toast, highlighted by a few sprout like things and two thinly slice dried tomatoes (like very thin sliced tomatoes dried to a crisp in an oven...no flavor at all and not appetizing to boot). This was one of the very, very rare times I complained to the server. She offered up another coffee but what I wanted was brunch, edible food. I think the lesson is "don't order the avocado toast". Instead, have the egg dishes or perhaps the French toast if you want something lighter.
I ordered the avocado toast. I literally got one very thin piece of regular sized bread cut into 4 slices to make it cover the plate for $11. Luckily I ordered a side. Should have been 2 pieces of toast or at least one thick piece of toast. Or maybe list it as a side instead of an entree? It was a little sad. But what was provided was delicious, so it was truly about the ridiculous portion size.
Cute place, decent service, disappointing food. Super small portions, overpriced, over cooked- would not return.
Extensive drink list; great food, but smaller plates; waitress had a bit of an attitude...or she didn’t like me? Regardless, we’ll be back.
Brunch is good, but with limited menu options. It’s also worth noting the menu on opentable is not the same as the menu in the restaurant (brunch).
I read a review that this restaurant was one of the best brunches in Seattle. While the service was good and the food was good. It was not memorable. The menu choices were limited. My food was not very hot so it gave me the impression that maybe it had sat a bit before it was brought to my table. So it was okay but not worthy of being on the list of best brunches.
Excellent food quality
Tasty hot chocolate. Chicken and waffles is amazing! Country gravy hits the spot. Bourbon syrup is delicious, a little overbearing for someone who doesn't drink much. Potatoes are perfectly seasoned and crispy on the outside and mushy on the inside. Saturday morning brunch when they first opened was a slow, quiet vibe with good background music. Would love to return
The only reason for loss of stars was noise level. Probably ok for 2 -4 people dining together but not our 6. Otherwise fabulous
Asked for reservations but the restaurant was practically empty. Sat next to the only other occupied table in entire section. I get that's easier for server but what is ONE table away if they're all empty?
Food arrived cold but the table next to us got the wrong food so we just felt lucky ours was correct. Every item was WAY overpriced so we were expecting something really special. The bacon was undercooked, the "dungeness crab" Benedict had no crab on it. It did not tantalize. It UNDERWHELMED. We had two drinks and two breakfasts and the bill was $72.00. For Breakfast.
I will never come here again. I feel cheated. It's a crappy way to feel after a meal.
They only had one cook, most entrees weren’t available, they waitied 30 minutes to tell us our food would be delayed even further. We canceled and left. Why would you not tell your guests there’s only be one person in the kitchen? Wasted my morning.
Slow bartender, menu seems to have changed ,
Slaw with Rockfish was tasteless- fish had too much breading , greasy chips
I didn’t like the cream sauce/ Taste of my salmon.
Nothing special for sure.
They might have good drinks. But we only went for the Sunday brunch. The food was not what we expected. The ham and eggs in the food were not smelling good. But it could be just the way it is. Just Not a place for us
We were there for brunch. The food was great, the service was good (our server very convincingly pretended to find me hilarious) and it was a good atmosphere. Highly recommended for brunch!
Great spot to meet my friend and have a long chatty dinner!
Food was very good and I would eat there again. It was pretty loud, so keep that in mind.
The host really wanted to seat us. He was trying to make sure that we got good service. We decided to just sit at the bar instead of table. It was really hard to get the bartender to look at us or offer service. We had to call out to him each time he walked past us to try to get a drink or food. It wasn't busy. Not sure why he didn't want to take care of the few customers he had.
The food was ok, but the service was very, very slow and price high
Great time shared and the birthday touch was nice. Glad your place was recommended and everything worked out well.
It was really laid back for Sunday brunch. The mimosas were great. The food was amazing (I suggest the pork belly sliders if you go after 3pm). I was there catching up with a friend for hours and we were never felt rushed to leave or anything.
My birthday brunch was made most wonderful by excellent service: the kitchen staff, the bar staff, and our two servers. All excellent!