Lunch on a beautifully sunny Seattle day, pre 5th Ave Theater matinee. Majestic setting and delicious food. Our server brought us their wonderful house made honey for our tea and bread. Bravo!
My kids didn’t like the desserts much. Sandwiches are good. We really loved the tea and purchased a bag of loose leaf tea.
Tea service was very nice, the food was subpar for tea at the Fairmont. We did not care for any of the sandwiches.
We enjoyed afternoon tea at the Georgian. Although it was a bit pricey, the food and service were on par. It was a special experience for sure.
Excellent environment and ambience for a special occasion or quiet indulgence.
We went for afternoon to celebrate our Valentine’s Day. It was absolutely lovely! The service was wonderful. However, I will say, as tea drinkers, we don’t exactly agree with their tea service. They put the loose tea leaves in the pot and a strainer over your cup as you pour. Unfortunately, this created a bitter cup of tea for my boyfriend after his second pour. I had a white tea, so it wasn’t too noticeable. Overall, a very enjoyable luxury to indulge in for a romantic afternoon.
The tea was nice, however, at the end of our meal and visit, one waiter began changing linens and setting up tables near us - stacking glasses and silverware right behind my friend's chair...
quite rude and distracting, especially that the room was not even half full of guests, so NO need to rush into set-ups ! I had asked for a birthday acknowledgement, and that came as we were preparing to leave. The waiters were polite but not especially attentive.
We had high tea and were very disappointed in the food. We were expecting a traditional English tea. Instead the sandwiches were more of a middle eastern flavor. We were full but not satisfied. We wish we would have have ordered off you regular lunch menu. Sincerely John Becker
While the Georgian restaurant is beautiful and the tea offering was wonderful, one of my tea companions was in a wheelchair and the Olympic Hotel, to my shock, is not friendly to the disabled. She had to be taken through the back hallways and onto the service elevator to reach the restaurant and taken back out the same way. The restrooms for the restaurant are on another floor with only staircase access. If there had been an emergency we would have had to carry her out. I was disappointed and saddened.
Although the service was very good, when I arrived I found that my wheelchaired companion had been put at the worst table in the room and that seemed disrespectful to me. I will say that they did change the table at my request without a lot of backchat.
We loved our breakfast here. The food was wonderful, and the service was even better. We will be definitely be back the next time we are in Seattle.
We are a group of four women who celebrate birthdays by going to The Georgian for breakfast. While it's a bit pricey, the service and ambiance are outstanding.
Great place with good service. Only wish is that they would validate parking for guests.
Had a wonderful meal at the Georgian Tea Room. My daughter and I were in town, enjoying Christmas in Seattle and visiting friends; we had a lovely brunch here, food was excellent, value was great - can't wait to come back!
It’s great, however don’t bother bringing a child. We were charged $39 for them to make my 4 year old a half of a PB&J. That part was completely ridiculous and I felt leaving slightly fleeced.