Zane + Wylie's Seattle Steakhouse
Not a great experience. Food was mediocre. Felt more like a catered meeting meal or 3-star hotel dining room. Wrong drinks, rushed service, forgotten items.
We had a great time yesterday celebrating S.Valentine. The service was really great and friendly. The dishes were well created and super tasty. The ambience is a bit noisy if you want to have a romantic dinner. The overall experience was fantastic. Strongly recommended
Not impressed with the comments to my date from the waiter.
Went for Valentine’s Day, Mahi Mahi was very undercooked but they were quick about bringing a new plate
Steak and lobster split for 2 on Valentines day was great. Our waitress was outgoing and fun.
We both ordered a prix fixe 3 course dinner. Everything was delicious and perfectly prepared. Staff was friendly and attentive. The music was a bit loud for our liking but I can easily look past that for the great dinner we had. I look forward to eating there again!
Enjoyed two cocktails and two well-priced red wines BG. French onion soup good. Shrimp & crab cocktail is a deconstructed version, which would’ve been nice to know. Ordered the 14-oz ribeye to share and upgraded to the duck fat potatoes, but got the regular baked potato side instead. Waited for those other potatoes for a bit, good but not great. Mind you, this whole dish arrived approximately ten minutes after our starters - restaurant was absolutely not busy so it definitely could’ve been coursed out more. They split the steak which was great, but I ended up with the fatty half which was 3/4 inedible gristle & fat. So disappointing. Just fair overall, especially since the ambiance is that of a 50s diner.
Meal was average at best. I find it hard to believe the steak was “prime”. Ordered rare and came out well. Not worth the $58 price tag. Service spotty.
We were seated at a cute half-booth, perfect for two people, within a few minutes of arriving. The host was very pleasant and engaging and also happened to be the one to bring out our food after we ordered from another waiter. The host was very friendly, telling us about our selections, as he placed them on the table. The waiter was just fine, paying us the right amount of attention, recognizing that we were very focused on our conversation, but also making himself available to us and refilling our waters.
The food itself was delicious. My ordered "medium" steak for my salad ranged inconsistently from medium-rare to medium-well, but it was delicious, through and through. I could easily have eaten three of the salads, and it wasn't small! The duck was also delicious, and I'm not typically a fan of duck.
Looking forward to my next visit!
Excellent steak house where you don't feel ripped off. Included salad, vegetable,s and baked potato are all excellent (veggies were outstanding) -- something you would pay extra for at a typical steak house. Meat was great, and there are some great non-meat options as well. Highly recommend.
The steak and lobster were a little over cooked, but the amazing service made up for it. I definitely recommend this restaurant.
The Tenderloin Steak was one of the best steaks I ever had and is comparable with steaks in South Africa. Good service too. Price is quite expensive but the food quality is worth it
Amazing! Will be back with friends and family. Get the molasses bread!
The food is amazing. Everything we had was great. Started with a charcuterie board which was on happy hour. I had the filet mignon which was fabulously tender, juicy and very flavorful; It came with a loaded baked potato and grilled veggies. My husband had the mahi mahi with coconut rice. The mahi has a lot of spice cooked on the top, which was really good and the fish was very mild and flavorful.
Ambiance leaves something to be desired. It has an industrial feel, but the booths farthest from the bar, by the windows are more intimate.
The service was ok, there were no problems. Overall it was nice and I definitely recommend the food.
Great food and wonderful staff!
Ambience was average. Food was rushed, entrees arrived minutes after my salad. The server was confused by a simple drink request. Did not feel the food or experience was worth the money.
The bartender was great. That was the only redeeming thing about our experience. We sat for 15 minutes being ignored by every service person there. It was not because the restaurant was busy. We left our table to ask the bartender to take our order after being completely ignored by every person working there. We only found out who are server was when she came to check on our meal over half way through it. The food was alright but not great and not in line with the price point. There are a number of wonderful steakhouses in Seattle. This is not one of them.
Our server wasn’t all that great. Took out order, but not super friendly, nor did she explore our dining needs.
Some other gentleman (from Brazil) chatted us up and gave us some great ideas. He was awesome. Steak was ok at best. Pretty disappointed since I’d been craving a ribeye for months. Probably will go elsewhere next steak craving.
Oh wait...the roasted vegetables were very good.
Hip and cool. Service was mediocre. Food was outstanding
Too loud, pricey and not exquisite, rude and pushy server. Don’t get me wrong, the food was ok... but $70 steaks in this loud casual joint wasn’t worth it.
The food was inconsistent, vegies over cooked, one pork chop cooked perfect, the other under done, French fries not edible, pumpkin cheesecake fantastic. Service was good.
This was the last day of "Restaurant Week" the restaurant was super busy. The service was spotty. My pork chop was so overcooked and DRY I could not even eat or cut it with a steak knife. Everything took a really long time and the restaurant was noisy and loud. I had gone here last year and had a completely different experience. Won't be back.
Worst service I’ve gotten in a long time. Waitress rolled her eyes multiple times and told us to Venmo each other because she didn’t want us splitting the bill. She also rushed us to order and asked us when we should be expecting everyone when we were 10 minutes early to our reservation. I left the restaurant angry and upset from the service we received- I feel personally offended honestly and would not come back if she was my waitress again.
Fine food. Fairly priced. Relaxed atmosphere. Informal. Excellent service. My only criticism is the menu is pretty limited in selection.
They seemed much more interested in socializing with each other than taking my order and for a steakhouse serving 40-60.00 steak, I want them to take things seriously. It was very disappointing so I walked across street and had some wonderful food and service before I went to the play.
Went for restaurant week, the food was good quality and relatively generous portions for the price point $35. The service, however, was spotty to say the least with dessert being delivered 30 minutes after dinner was cleared, followed by second attempt at redelivery of said dessert. Even the check had problems whereas we put two cards and they put the entire bill on one card. Unfortunately they automatically add service charges otherwise the tip would have been $0.
Came for SRW and had reservation but they were running behind as we didn’t get seated until 30 mins later. Sat down, places our drinks and food order. Both came but no utensils and water even we asked for it. Finally got our utensil but no napkins. It was hard to get our server attention. We finally got our bill and server never came back to check in us. Finally we had to ask another server. Food was good but service can be better.
One of the worst dining experiences I have had recently. I expect a much higher level of service when paying over $200 for a meal. There are much better steak houses in Seattle.
Both the tenderest, juiciest pork chop in town and the amazing molasses seed bread make this a restaurant worth visiting. It’s consistently great!
We waited for a long time before the food came. Then... appetizer came together with Entree, entree was cold... Then Dissert arrives without any folk/spoon... The whole process was messy. And the restaurant is called steakhouse, i think their steak can barely hold the name. Is it because I am using a newyorker's standard?
Multitude of servers. Appetizers went away and main course arrived, very smooth. Food was good. Steak was served with Fries. Polenta would have been classier.
The escargot was delightful as was the duck breast and cheesecake. The bartender knows how to make a truly excellent bourbon cocktail. Nothing was a giant portion, which I loved.
My only criticism is the utter lack of soft surfaces to absorb sound. There were times when I couldn't hear my date talk and the restaurant wasn't even half full.
The place was half empty but they still took 15 minutes to take our order. Then another 20 to get food. Then another 15 to get the check. The food was good but overpriced.
We found the food and service good but it was a little pricey. Paying $15 for a drink and over $60 for a steak was a little much? We compare it to an Outback which is a little over half the price?
All around excellent!
Adam was great. He enhance our dinner
First of all, the staff was all very friendly and knowledgable and helpful. I had chosen this restaurant as an alternate to the super expensive steakhouses in Seattle so expected it to be less "posh" but the quality of the food relative to the still expensive prices just was a bit too much.
They were fabulous with my many dietary restrictions
We had dinner here before a show at the paramount and wanted to try it and were happy it was open earlier so we could make a 6:30pm show.
The appetizers were good, the bread was great. Our server seemed new but tried really hard to do well and was very nice.
Where we started to feel disappointment was with the steak itself. Three in our party ordered the tenderloin, one had a NY strip and one had a ribeye. Two of the tenderloins were cooked to order, one was over cooked. The ribeye was ordered medium rare and came out medium. The NY was ordered medium rare and came out close to well done. We did ask for the NY to be re done.
Overall, it’s not a restaurant we will go back to. We felt it was overpriced for the quality. Hopefully the kinks will be worked out.
It was a very special celebration. Every bite of food, every beautiful presentation of our meals(especially the scallop/crab/asparagus with bearnaise), carpaccio was too pretty to eat(but we did) was perfect. Every last bite. The service was fantastic There was even a special flower centerpiece on our table. From cocktails to appetizers to dinner to dessert (best cheesecake except my family secret recipe we have had in a long time) it could not have been a better evening. We love everything about Zane & Wyllys.