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Trellis is a wine country style restaurant featuring innovative farm to table cuisine. Trellis offers a farm-fresh, robust menu that evolves with the seasons in providing only food and drink that celebrate small scale, artisan products at the height of their seasonal quality. Trellis has an enviable Kirkland downtown location at The Heathman Hotel.
SUNDAY & MONDAY NIGHTS - Prime Rib Night & Half Price Bottle Wine Night
WHISKEY WEDNESDAY: Half off our entire whiskey selection! Come try some of our great northwest and national brand selections. Valid all day in the restaurant, bar or patio.
Kirkland, WA 98033
Contemporary American, Northwest, Steak
Hours of Operation:
BREAKFAST: Monday-Friday: 6:30am - 10:30am
LUNCH: Monday – Friday: 11:00am – 2:00pm
BRUNCH: Saturday - Sunday: 7:00am - 2:00pm
DINNER: Monday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm; Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm; Sunday: 4:00pm -9:00pm
HAPPY HOUR: Daily from 2:00pm – 6:00pm and 9:00pm - Close
AFTERNOON TEA: Thursday - Sunday: 12:00pm - 4:00pm
(no online reservations accepted, please call us to make a reservation, reservations required 24 hours in advance)
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
On-site catering for groups over 8 people are held at The Heathman Hotel. Our Private Dining Sales Managers are seasoned professionals in the art of planning and executing parties for any and all social and corporate occasions. We are dedicated to surpassing your expectations and making each event or festivity distinctive, graceful and memorable. Private Dining fare is provided exclusively through Trellis and consists of the same offerings you would enjoy while dining in the actual restaurant. Experience a unique event or meeting at The Heathman Hotel, where service is truly an art.
Complimentary valet parking for Trellis is provided within The Heathman Hotel. There is additional street parking surrounding Trellis & The Heathman Hotel.
Live within a 5 mile radius & have a confirmed reservation? Our chauffeurs will be happy to escort you to & from your location in our luxury SUV for free! *Based on availability. Call 425-284-5800 for reservations.
The Public Transit Mall is 1/2 block from the hotel's front door.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, High Tea, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Experience a farm-fresh private dining experience in the rustically chic ambiance of Trellis restaurant and our private dining rooms. Gather around a table with friends, family and colleagues to enjoy innovative, organic cuisine and West Coast wines that make every meal a celebration of life.
Trellis Ratings and Reviews
We sat outside on a nice day and they had the heaters going. Only in Kirkland. According to the waiter, the menu was brand new so he did not have any recommendations. The scallops and a small salad were just the right amount. I would go back again and sit outside on a nice day.
I hadn't been to Trellis in a few months. The menu has completely changed, as well as a lot of the wait staff. The food was plated nicely, but was not worth the $$$. The new menu is fussy and a bit pretentious; no basic veggie offerings for sides, which was disappointing. This used to be our favorite happy hour place, but for now we'll take it off our go-to list.
Lunch menu has limited selection of simple healthy options. Very noisy when we were there as big party going on. Have been here before and was not impressed by food. The location is easy to find and parking is good - and those were the draws this time around.
The patio was closed (no notice). Totally empty restaurant at lunch. The most disappointing was the food - while good, the portions were VERY small and hard to eat. I had the "large" green salad with "salmon". The salmon was a very thin, overly fried SMALL (2 bites) piece of salmon. A joke. The "large" salad was about a handful of stringy greens that were very hard to eat (think snow peas and vines with other herbs with all the stems on). It was over $20 and not worth it. Tables large enough for business, but I won't be returning.
We've been coming to Trellis since it opened and this was the first disappointing experience for the food. I remember when the food was so good you didn't mind the service. The service was fine tonight as it has been for some time. However the produce wasn't fresh or flavorful and the prices seemed higher than I remembered. Our scallops seemed small with four smaller scallops served as a main. The chicken was good and a reasonable portion, but $31 for roast chicken?
The best part of the meal were the cheese curds.
Hopefully this was just an off night but heard maybe there has been a change in the kitchen?
We had a delicious breakfast on a weekday morning at Trellis. Our server and hostess were wonderful. My only complaint is the price of the coffee - wow- almost $5 for a cup - not even an espresso or latte - just drip. It takes a reasonably priced breakfast entree to another level. Two cups add $10 on top of the cost of your meal and tip - Ouch!
This was once a wonderful restaurant. We were not aware that the originating chef , Brian Sheeser (Sp?), had left. The new menu is uninspired, to say the least, and it gained nothing in either execution or presentation. The space, inside and under the heat lamps outside, is still lovely, and the servers were attentive, but we won't be going back.
We were sadly disappointed. This had good reviews, so we went out of our way to try it. The service was great, but the food only adequate. The mussels and halibut enter were both over cooked. My steak was cooked well, but had a slightly off flavor, almost like it had been frozen. We won't go back.
This used to be one of our favorite restaurant. We were sadly disappointed by the quality of the food. The appertizer was blend. The steak entrees (both steak frites and NY steaks) were both flavorless. The meat was of very bad quality. For the price we paid that was not acceptable. The service was great, however still can't make up for the bad food. We will not come back until a new chef is hired.
Really great dining experience- wonderful bread basket, lovely salads w FANTASTIC dressings (Caeser and a wild greens w pea shoots ,ramps etc), my party of three had Tagliatelle w poached egg and spring vegetables (great!!), a beef tenderloin w trumpet mushrooms, (ordered Med rare- came out rare) delish. - Nice wine list-
Desert was disappointing because it was not listed as a deconstructed carrot cake, so I ordered one so that three of us could share, in addition to a scoop of ice cream. It came out presented as a small cylinder , 80% cream cheese frosting and 20% teeny piece of carrot cake, with a little pile of black walnuts and candied ginger in the side. That was a disappointing ending to a very nice meal.
Quick stop for a bite before a concert nearby. We arrived late, due to absence of available parking --but were seated right away at a lovely table along the window. Our waitress may have been new, she seemed a bit absent minded; and not very attentive. She also brought a wrong entree which we ate anyway, being in a hurry to make the concert.
The food however, was excellent. We hope to return soon and experience a less rushed dinner experience.
We were at the Trellis to participate in Seattle Restaurant Week and enjoyed the lunch. The cauliflower appetizer was very nice. We had the cod fish for protein and it was of but it would be much better if prepared as baked or broiled. The cobbler dessert was quite nice too. Likely we will be back again when the weather improves and participate in a dinner outing again.
Agree with other reviews - portion sizes are small for the price. Rather confusing as we were given one "For the Table" menu that had appetizers and burgers and then four dinner menus. Not sure why all the diners didn't get the For the Table menu. It meant we had to pass it around which was awkward. There were a few similar items on each menu, which turned out to be the same item even though they were described differently (roasted cauliflower vs server described as doughnut cauliflower, cheddar grit fries vs Beechers grit fries with pickles - note pickled garlic was raw). Halibut special was good, with peas and millet but not much quantity of pea sauce, millet nor halibut. Salmon seemed like a bit larger portion. Chicken was a regular sized portion. Wine list was okay with several good options in $40-50. Desserts so so. Chocolate mousse with beet okay but the beet chips served with it were raw. Seasonal crumble of blackberries (this was the end of March) and a bit of rhubarb (maybe some local is ripe) was nothing exceptional. Haven't dined here in a couple of years. See no need to go back soon as there are so many really good restaurants out there - better priced, better food. Service for appetizers was good, got slower as meal went along. Bus person tended to serve food, and he wasn't really sure who had ordered what.
Two of us had lamb and two had the salmon. The meals were very good, however it was very pricey for what you received. On Sundays and Monday they have a half priced bottle of wine, but that started at $70 for half price. The waiter did ask me for a price range and we did get a bottle at half price for 26, which was rated at a 92 Cabernet and it was excellent. Don't bother with the mashed potatoes as a side, the portion was minuscule for $8. We did not have appetizers or dessert and it was still over $250.
My only complaint, and it is not a tiny one, is that the online menu posted on the restaurant's webpage was not correct. We called initially to reserve a space for the 3 Courses for $33 discussed on the website. We were told that was no longer offered. We were not told the menu was not even correct. After looking at 20 plus restaurant menus, I decided on Trellis based on what I wanted on their menu for my birthday dinner. We got there and the entire menu was different. And the desserts were even different. Granted, every day there is a possibility that a chocolate mousse will not set so I cannot fault the kitchen for that. But, they did not have the chocolate dessert mentioned on the online menu and they had not created any chocolate or gluten free dessert in place of the fallen mousse. This chocoholic had great desserts...but none of them were chocolate or filled the birthday desire.
My friend and I came here during the March "Dine Around Seattle" Week for lunch. The meal was beautifully displayed and I particularly enjoyed the apple sorbet dessert at the end. Service was great and the patio seating area was very nice- quiet with the perfect temperature and light condition. We had a great time.
We had lunch during Dine Around Seattle promotion. The beet salad was wonderful. Cauliflower and brussel sprouts were two great apps.
Our mains were fish and chips (a a bit too oily) and mussels. What is it with mussels these days? They used to be large and white and delicious, but now they are often small and just okay. I also got one bad one which I had to sip out into my napkin. Various restaurants advertise Taylor Farms mussels, but lately they have been nothing to write home about. Has Taylor Farms gone downhill?
Desserts were excellent - a berry crumble and the Trellis housemade cookies which are special.
Service was excellent and the seating is very comfortable.
Met up with a friend to have lunch during Dine Around Seattle. The offered 3 course selection was nice. I ended up with a beet&endive salad, cod&chips, and blackberry cobbler w/ ice cream. The $23 total including 18%tip was a great deal. I'll definitely come again.
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