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About The London Plane
The London Plane, located in the heart of Pioneer Square, is a cafe, specialty foods grocery, floral workshop, wine bar and event space. You can stop by in the morning for a coffee and a handmade croissant. Come lunchtime, enjoy an array of salads, soups, and plated lunch items. For dinner, we put together a three-course menu that highlights some of the best of what the Pacific Northwest has to offer.
At the shop, you can also pick up groceries & whole grains, a bundle of mint, a bottle of Italian olive oil, and a loaf of sourdough baked in our wholesale bakery located in the back of the building. If you’re headed to a party, there are flowers, soaps, linens and more. to share as a hostess or birthday gift.
Seattle, WA 98104
Hours of Operation:
The London Plane accepts reservations for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner.
A section of our dining room is held for walk-in guests and we welcome you to join us without a reservation.
If your party is larger than 6, please phone or email us directly, or explore our
private dining offerings.
Questions? please call 206-624-1374, or email at
8 am to 5 pm Mondays - Tuesdays
8 am to 9 pm Wednesdays through Fridays
9 am to 9 pm on Saturdays
9 am to 3 pm on Sundays
- 9 am to 3 pm for our daily menu
- 5 pm to 9 pm for dinner, Wednesdays through Saturdays
$31 to $50
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For breakfast, we recommend choosing from our array of house made pastries, from croissants, biscuits, buckwheat canele and seasonal tarts and cakes. Our lunch menu includes our rotating seasonal spreads paired with rye crackers and our own sourdough bread, an assortment of vegetable and grain salads, a choice of oil poached local albacore tuna or our pork meatballs, and an assortment of our popular cookies.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
Private Party Facilities:
The London Plane, located in the heart of Pioneer Square, is a cafe, specialty foods grocery, floral workshop, wine bar and event space. You can stop by in the morning for a coffee and a handmade croissant. Come lunchtime, enjoy an array of salads, soups, and plated lunch items.
Private Party Contact:
Private Dining Coordinator: (206) 624-1374
Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, Cafe, Counter Seating, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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The London Plane Ratings and Reviews
I've been here many times and enjoyed it. However today the menu was sparse and the soup I ordered was cold and barely curried. Really disappointing and a very much diminished experience to prior visits. There are now so many great choices in and around Pioneer Square, so I'm surprised to see this change.
Nice place, energetic atmosphere, great location. The toast I ordered was good, but not exceptional. My friends ordered a salad that they didn’t enjoy as much due to its bitterness. One of the friends provided feedback on the salad, and they took it off her check. Good overall service!
Sunday 11:45am reservation... big mistake. I’m thinking of trying this place again earlier than 11am. The place was packed and noisy. There was times when I couldn’t here my friend talking.
Then... the long wait... 45~55 minutes to get our orders on table? Food... cold... Jesus! Waiter gave us cookies to apologize for the long wait.
First experience- big disappointment however the interio ambience was impressive, except for the noise level.
There should be a line around the block every weekend for brunch at London Plane. It is a best kept secret in Seattle. Excellent cuisine and amazing atmosphere. With a glass of wine during a late lunch with the sun shining through the big windows, one feels more like they are in Paris than Seattle...
Thr lack of experienced staff made this meal a very disappointing one. The pastry was great, but the hot food was close to cold. We waited 15 min before was served and another 20-30 min food to arrive, and there were only one other table when we were there. The place is pretty but I would not come here to have sit down meal again.
Went for weekend brunch with friends early afternoon on a warm day. Patio seating was perfect but inside might have worked as well isn't it looked roomy and bright inside too.
We all ordered different types of dishes with a thick slice of bread and toppings. We all agreed that they were overpriced for the amount and the labor for the preparation... I'd try other "cooked" dishes for over $12 ones, or try their baked goods that were mostly sold out when we got there.
Some dishes were sold out, so better get there earlier and reservation is highly recommended.
The service was great and they offer a lot of delicious shareables for brunch featuring unique flavors. The only thing I would recommend is to put a sign in your opposite location; we thought it was closed despite having reservations. The staff was very accommodating during a busy game day rush and the food was a welcome change to the usual pallet. Fresh, different and more "Real" than the typical Pioneer Square find.
The ambience is perfect. Very Seattle. Corner restaurant with pottery and flowers and cards and baked goods scattered around and for sale. The food was inventive and delicious, but the plates were very small for the price. My main dish tuned out to be a small salad. It was delicious but more a starter. And since our food arrived more than an hour after we sat down, I didn't have the time or energy to order more. If you have no place to be and aren't that hungry you should try this place.
We arrived on time . Nice server. Drink order taken. Drinks came. Lovely. Food order taken. And then crickets. 40 minutes went by without food. Thank god for the blueberry coffee cake did show . Only one had ordered it but we 3 shared! By the time the tiny, meager portions arrives we were drunk. And the food was forgettable. Nice staff. Lovely environment but service and food were barely ok.
Limited menu. Chicken was dry on salad. Buttermilk Dressing was salty and greens a little soggy. Bread was very good. Berry tart was excellent. Tuna melt unremarkable. Decor very attractive. Service a little slow but pleasant. Probably would not go back for lunch.
The menu and service are somewhat "precious" -- trying too hard to be "special." Our team of servers mistook one drink order and never brought another. I expressed surprise that such a carefully curated list of beverages includes only one black tea -- Early Gray, which some folks really do not like.
Quiet Saturday night - not very busy - but good food and service and always great ambiance. I've been many times for lunch or brunch when it was super crowded so it was nice to have a more relaxed atmosphere although it was so quiet it was almost dead. What a miss for potential diners! Great spot!
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