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About The Dining Room at Salish Lodge & Spa
It's hard to imagine a more stunning location for a meal. With outstanding views of the Falls and Snoqualmie River, The Dining Room at Salish Lodge & Spa provides a wonderful escape from the din of everyday life and a refreshing change from the typical Seattle restaurant experience. Our menu, features Northwest cuisine with flavors both simple and sublime, using seasonal ingredients and indigenous cooking techniques.
Come in for our Salish Lodge Country Breakfast, a lodge tradition featuring a four-course breakfast, including our famous steel-cut oats and the iconic Honey from Heaven service where honey from our own hives is poured from high above your plate onto your buttery homemade biscuits. Or bring friends in for lunch and enjoy a relaxing meal by the fire. Of course, The Dining Room is most magical at dinnertime, and just what you would expect in the finest luxury resort in Washington.
Snoqualmie, WA 98065
Northwest, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Sunday- Saturday from 7am to 2pm
Sunday - Thursday from 5pm to 9:00pm
Friday - Saturday from 5pm to 10pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Banquet, Beer, BYO Wine, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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The Dining Room at Salish Lodge & Spa Ratings and Reviews
We had planned a special Valentine's day brunch date at Salish Lodge. We ordered the country breakfast. The food was really good, just too much. Our waitress didn't really check on us in between courses, and we had to specially request the 'honey from heaven' service, even though it was listed as part of the experience. The view was wonderful.
We came for a special Valentine’s breakfast. Can we all agree that breakfast is the best meal of the day? We had to bring our infant son along. We requested a table by the window on our reservation. They seated us in a private room overlooking the falls!! Talk about amazing! Our server Kyle was awesome! He was so friendly, prompt, & knowledgeable. We had an absolutely fantastic morning!
This was my first time dining at Salish Lodge. I took my husband for an early Valentine's brunch and we had a wonderful experience. Although the prices are a bit steep it was well worth the overall experience and outstanding service we received. We enjoyed our food as well. The pancakes are big portions and delicious.
We went there to celebrate my grandson's 12th birthday, just him and me. I surprised him with the view of the waterfall, which received a grand reaction and high praise as we watched it from our seats in the restaurant. My daughter who could be a professional chef has raised my grandson to be a foodie and he is not that easy to please when we go out. He gave high praise for the food here. The food was excellent and very creative with the honey fall tradition dating back to 1916 or so...our waiter was great and while he was very busy, we never felt neglected. The coffee service was such a surprise ( I won't ruin the surprise) and I would go there just for coffee knowing what I know now and having experienced this amazing service. My goal was to make this Sunday brunch an experience for my grandson and after walking out to the Falls and taking a bunch of pictures and reading about the history and all, he agreed that it truly was a wonderful experience. We left with very full and satisfied tummies.
With the breath taking view available from almost every table this restaurant could very easily ‘mail it in’ when it comes to quality and service and still have a waiting list because of its location.
The great news is, they don’t. The device is always outstanding, the food is delicious and every one is super friendly all the way out to the valet service in front of the restaurant.
Normally you can pick out one part of a restaurant experience that stood above the rest but at this restaurant every thing stood out. It is as close to perfect as you can get.
Do yourself a huge favor and go......
The Salish Lodge is a great place to go to have fantastic food and a very warm ambiance. With a fire crackling in the background and a view of the Snoqualmie Falls, it helps take you away from the noise and lights of the city to relax in the woods. Will be going there again.
For the most part the food is good but GROSSLY OVERPRICED!
The slab of ham they serve is awful and tastes cheap. The potatoes were under cooked as usual. Eggs-nothing special.
The good news? Decent pancakes, pastries and oatmeal.
The service is always painfully slow and you have to request: ketchup, tobasco and any other breakfast staple which should come to the table at some point without asking for $30 a plate!
The food is ALWAYS delivered cold. You have to beg for a cup of coffee or juice.
The staff isn’t overly friendly or helpful.
Dining room is always too cold.
If you’re going to brag about your honey from heaven, don’t make us wait 15 minutes to receive it on our ice cold buttermilk biscuits.
The valets were excellent and fast.
The mimosas were good.
We took our out of town guests to Salish Lodge for brunch, as it was there first time visiting the Seattle area. An experience not to be missed. The location next to the falls is ideal, the ambiance of the restaurant is perfect, and the food divine. Our server was Jacob and he was perfect. Jacob was knowledgeable about the menu and steered us in the right direction for our orders. With fair warning that the country breakfast was A LOT of food, two of us went for it. We were not disappointed and yes it was A LOT of food. Pastry plate to begin, as well as, homemade biscuits and honey from heaven. Followed by sourdough pancakes, fruit with Devonshire cream, bowl of oatmeal. We could have stopped there but still the 'main course' yet to come...3 eggs, potatoes, and one each of bacon, ham, sausage. Complete with juice and coffee and a 'doggie bag' for leftovers. The food was delicious. Followed our meal with a scenic stroll around viewing the falls.
They've taken a spectacular setting (perched atop Snoqualmie Falls), and paired it with an exceptional culinary experience of local based ingredients in a warm, welcoming dining room with friendly staff. The food is elevated and executed to perfection so don't expect an $18 main dish - they'll run closer to $35 (and up). You do get what you pay for in terms of quality; the food is quite good, and you won't leave feeling hungry. If you want to experience the restaurant for a little less cost, try going for breakfast. Breakfast is still good and scenery is still spectacular.
The food was excellent as usual, we ordered the duck as an appetizer and steaks for dinner. Our waitress was very professional and timely with our service. We loved the dining room so much we went there for breakfast the next day. We really like the heavenly bee tradition our waitor did and the food in the morning was also excellent, we ordered the crab eggs benedict, they were not shy with the amount of crab and large yummy chunks of it under the egg. Just delicious. Also try the bloody mary with shrimp and bacon in it.
Beautiful ambiance, and I loved that me and my partner had a very private booth to ourselves, with a gorgeous view of the one of the falls. I really loved the service, especially with the touch of the honey ceremony where it’s dropped from high above on the biscuits. Made to resemble the falls, it’s a really nice touch, and adds the most lovely sweetness to those delightful little biscuits. Delicious food, including the fish and chips, the omelet, and the French toast was seriously fantastic. That was topped with candied hazelnuts, on a bed of orange marmalade, with a side of their vanilla whipped cream which was to die for. It was seriously like sweet whipped vanilla butter, I almost asked for a tub for the road. Will definitely be returning for that alone, and I loved that it came with my french press of coffee as well. Along with the melting chocolates, raw sugar, and cream, it was just perfect.
Had friends in from Los Angeles and wanted to take them some where special on New Years Day. We had a fantastic table next to the window and a great server. The fog was so low that sitting there along the windows we could not see the falls. Having been to the lodge over the years I know how beautiful the falls outside those windows, so today was a real disappointment. The food and the experience were great and we all had a great time.
What a disappointment! From food to service , one big disappointment. We have eaten upstairs in the attic several times and both food and service are delightful, but the dining room experience was NOT the same. Service was casual and unattentive , especially for the price. Food was at best ok, menu was limited. Ordered a beet salad that had maybe 3 small pieces of beet. Beef Wellington, pastry tasted burnt while beef was very rare. Would never spend the money to dine in the dining room again.
Poor follow-through by Salish & Gwynne Chase, Director of Restaurants at the Salish: after an unsolicited offering to return "on us" due to a poor overall service experience, we received a single gift certificate for HALF of what we spent originally on our special dinner out (27th Wedding Anniversary). Reaching out to Gwynne regarding this unsolicited comp, we've had no reply...silence. Disingenuous and hollow on their offering.
Our waiter was great, wish I could remember his name. He substituddd an item out that I didn’t know if they could.
The only thing that could have been better would have been to have a Falls view. We were celebrating a triple birthday, and a falls view window was requested originally but unfortunately not accommodated. Other than that everything was great!
We've been to the Salish Lodge before and had another wonderful time again. Service was exceptional. We had a table at the window so the view was terrific. We ordered their large multi-course breakfast/brunch and it's really almost too much food to eat. Food was really good. Perhaps the only complaint is that a few things were slightly overcooked. The scones were a little dry because of that. And the English muffin from one person's Eggs Benedict was slightly over done. Other than that everything was terrific. We've taken guests to the Salish Lodge several times and have always had a great experience. Highly recommended.
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