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Tilth features New American cuisine prepared with certified-organic or wild ingredients sourced from as many local farmers we are able to support. Our executive chef and owner, Maria Hines, is a James Beard Award winner for Best Chef of the Northwest, as well as one of Food & Wine Magazine’s 10 Best New Chefs of 2005 and this year she is a semifinalist for Outstanding Chef. In 2008, the New York Times deemed Tilth one of the best new restaurants in the country. Tilth maintains its organic certification through Oregon Tilth, an unaffiliated organization that promotes sustainability.
Seattle, WA 98103
American, Organic, Northwest
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm;
Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 10:00am - 2:00pm
Interlake Ave N -- Woodlawn Ave N
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Bring the elegance and simplicity of Tilth’s organic cuisine to your next event. Whether you are hosting a formal sit down dinner, a business function, or a casual reception, let the kitchen and service staff of Maria Hines’ premier restaurant help elevate your experience. We are able to cater to a variety of functions and bring the Tilth experience to you.
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Tilth is located on 45th street in Seattle’s Wallingford neighborhood. Street parking is available. If you cannot find parking directly in front of the restaurant we suggest the nearest side streets (Woodlawn Ave N and Interlake Ave N). We advise you plan a few extra minutes to find parking.
bus lines: #16, #44.
Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Tilth Ratings and Reviews
The staff was very conscientious about my girlfriend's food allergies and went out of their way to ensure we had a good dining experience. We had a large party and they were very accommodating to meet everyone's needs. Thank you for an amazing dining experience!!
Tilth is fantastic. Loved it when we took out of town guests in the summer (12!) for a fantastic tasting pre-fixe menu. And the guests loved it. But for Thankgiving they outdid themselves.
Lovely all the way around. In addition, given that opentable accidentally used another open tab i had open which pushed our res to the 24th without my realizing it, and we came in at 5pm for our 23th thanksgiving res, I cannot say enough nice things about Tilth for accommodating that snafu. They made room for us in the nicest possible manner.
Food, service, drinks and wine were terrific. Lovely holiday. Will be back!
We all had the grand tasting menu, and it was truly grand. Great variety of vegetables, with two very different and spectacular salads, plus carrot soup that was the essence of carrot but not overly sweet. The arctic char was perfectly done (excellent crispy skin) and accompanied by the only preparation of quinoa we've ever actually enjoyed. The ribeye was great, and I'm told by the kale-lovers in the family that the braised kale was excellent too.
Thank you for accommodating our preference for only old-world wines. If you could stock a few more kinds of these wines (we had to have a repeat), it would be a plus, but it was a wonderful meal just the way it was. Truly an exceptional experience.
The staff at Tilth made this dinner a special experience. The mood was set for a romantic birthday dinner. The food was delivered in a timely manner, the wine was delicious, & the staff helped me make a decision on what choices I had and made changes to the tasting menu for allergies and dietary restrictions. I felt at ease knowing that I did not need to double check ingredients to make sure there wasn’t something on my plate I could not eat. Thanks for making my birthday an extra special one.
Birthday celebration - first time - loved the flavors. My favorite were the clams and hubby enjoyed the tenderloin. The most tender tenderloin he has ever had. My drink (zichter?) had amazing flavors and the rosemary extract just made it delicious to have! Thank you for an amazing first experience and we will definitely be back!
Tilt is an excellent restaurant and my dinner did not disappoint. The chicken leg was very moist with a very crisp skin. The carrot soup was smooth and the very flavorful garnishes added crunch plus a bright accent. Several women near me were very impressed with their cocktails. There are a number of wines by the glass and the rose I had was very good.
Very interesting menu, but a bit confusing. Once we figured out how we thought it worked (order 4 small plates each to share) based on our server's recommendation, we had many excellent dishes. The thing is, two, max three small plates each is plenty. We ended up with far more food than we needed and a bill that was about $45 more than it needed to be.
The service was amazing and the server's recommendations were spot on. The chefs were accommodating and the portions were perfectly sized. The food was delicious and I loved their pickled treats, especially the pickled grapes. I would recommend Tilth for romantic nights out, special occasions, or anytime you are craving high quality, fresh and creative meals. I prefer to eat gluten and dairy(cow) free and I had no problem finding several dishes that fit my preferences.
The menu descriptions looked promising but the final results were not as fulfilling. My friend had the vegetable hash and I don't think she cared for it. It looked a bit bland and seemd to be mostly potatoes. Mine, the baked egg, was very spicy which was not indicated by the menu description. We shared a homemade waffle which was the better dish out of the three. It was served without syrup. I don't know if that was intentional. If it wasn't, it might have been more delicious with syrup. I'm willing to give this place one more try; maybe for dinner. If that turns out to not be too special then I think I will need to cross this one off my list. Too bad; the decor and waitstaff are charming.
We are always delighted with a meal at Tilth. My husband is especially fussy about his food, and Tilth never disappoints. It's a wonderful opportunity to try some flavors we wouldn't necessarily have at home, and I always appreciate anyone who cooks for me! My only negative comment is that I think my Panna Cotta is better than what we had for dessert.
We were in Seattle for part of our honeymoon and made a reservation prior to arriving in town. We both tried the tasting menu and enjoyed it, though we were very full by the end. They were very kind to provide us with an appetizer for our celebration, and also two honey wafers and packaged homemade granola at the end of our meal. Would definitely come back the next time we're in the area to try more of the menu!
My wife and I went for our 2nd anniversary. We went for the Grand tasting menus. The most remarkable thing I noticed was how balanced every bite or plate was. No drinks were required. Your mouth was left feeling clean and eager for another bite. We ended up not opting for the wine pairings that added another $65 to your $100 meal. We inquired after 2 house cocktails about the wine pairing and it was 2-3oz pours for each course which seemed like a bargain after a $13 cocktail and then adding a $16 glass pour half way through the tasting. The house cocktails were amazing. I went with a Vodka and rosemary simple syrup concoction and my wife went with this warm tequila and allspice with orange bitters. Both equally satisfying. We were equally happy with our 2 different glass pours that finished our tasting off beautifully. Out the door with a tip for around $320. Be prepared, don't cheap out and let them take you on a seasonal journey.
We had the grand tasting menu with old-world wine pairing, and it was delightful. The crab and sweet corn soup (with pickled blueberries! and a wonderful Alsatian pinot blanc), the tomato salad, and the risotto were particularly memorable.
We would go to Tilth more often, but in our opinion they stick with locally-sourced vegetables a bit too strictly, and so the winter and early spring menus are dominated by the few vegetables that we don't like (chard, kale, beets).
I only rated the ambience as good because the restaurant is housed in an old house, and like many old houses it has a bit of a smell, particularly when the restaurant first opens.
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