Herbfarm Restaurant
Best Regional American


14590 NE 145th St
Woodinville WA 98072
(425) 485-5300
Categories Food

Located just outside of Seattle in a converted garage, The Herbfarm offers a seasonally-inspired dining experience that celebrates the bounty of the Pacific Northwest. Each unique, nine-course meal features the freshest ingredients from forest, farm, and sea, and is paired with five or six wines; the themed menus change with the season about every two weeks.  — Allison Beck, 2/18/2011



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Jason C.
Table for two? Nah. This sort of thing is far more fun with friends, or sitting at a communal table.
GourmetLive
Food blogger Beth of Kitchen Image recommends Herbfarm because it offers a blend of tradition and innovation that inspire her with every meal she enjoys at the restaurant.
Seattle Met
For those who worship at the altar of Northwest microseasonal dining, the Herbfarm in Woodinville remains the Holy of Holies. Prix-fixe dinner themes change often; check the website for the schedule.
Lauren A.
best food i have and will ever eat
Warren S.
Get a limo- it adds to the experience and it's safer.
Adrienne D.
Go early to tour the wine cellar and gardens prior to dinner. They will give you lovely herb tea to sip while you meander.
Seattle Met
...since at least 1986, when a Fall City herb farmer’s son and his wife began serving freshly harvested multicourse lunches out of the property’s refashioned garage—and The Herbfarm was born.
Don B.
You cannot imagine how great the food from the dumpster behind this place is!
Ranndy K.
Just enjoy. It is a one time experience in culinary showmanship.
Binah P.
Do the pre-dinner tour of the gardens! You'll gain a new appreciation for herbs. You can even feed the truffle-pigs-in-training on a leisurely break between courses...
Michelle G.
Make a reservation as early as possible, especially on special occassions. Eat very little at least a day and half before, they feed you very well. Their website says they are now offering a car servi
Steven H.
This is a dining experience not to be missed. Fine dining at it's best.
R "Ray" W.
Definitely call in advance. Stay at the Willows Lodge if you can.
Andru E.
eat dinner. it's expensive, but SO AMAZING.
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