The London Plane

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300 Occidental Ave S (S Main St)
Seattle, WA 98104
(206) 624-1374
Café, Bakery, Flower Shop
Mon–Tue: 8:00 AM–7:00 PM Wed–Fri: 8:00 AM–9:00 PM Sat: 9:00 AM–9:00 PM Sun: 9:00 AM–5:00 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • Avocado toast with chili oil. The bread is chewy and soft. Be sure to check out how they make the bread
  • The menu changes often, but might include ricotta and jam toast, or king-salmon lox with zucchini. The bakery whips up treats like cherry galette. Afterward, browse for gifts in the store.
  • Try their different types of toast. I had their labneh, feta, cumin, dill & kale on rye. Their scrambled eggs are also yummy!
  • Wifi password is iamaguest.
  • Get the avocado toast if you must.
  • Great atmosphere. Eat in, take out, win win. Lovely!
  • You will win no matter what. Great surprises abound -- try the yogurt with beets and rhubarb, and the eggs with garlic scapes.
  • Hearty breakfast, blooms, and baked goodswinning combination.
  • Love this place!! The Atmosphere, food, casual yet friendly service, style....the list goes on.
  • Croissants, and the curried avocado toast is a totally different take than usual.
  • This place is amazing. Maybe the best breakfast spot in Seattle. Coffee is from Elm Street, local roaster.
  • Friendly service but definitely not cheap, be ready to drop 10-20 bucks on most of the menu items. Kind of a bummer as the pastries and ambiance are great.
  • Great place for brunch. Also has a flower shop and bakery
  • There is natural wine on the list and the fridge is filled with a variety of stocks and soups.
  • This is one of the best places I've been in Seattle! I ordered the toast with avocado and tuna, it was amazing! Would definitely go here again.
  • Beautiful doesn't cover it. the menu is great and the food is so simple but exquisite.
  • The gateau basque was bomb!!! Healthy brunch place with a kinda weird palate. The yogurt was pretty salty and the biscuit jam was bitter, the avocado toast was pretty salty for me too.
  • The trout rillette served with their signature dark bread. You can eat here or you can buy "to go"
  • opt for the $50 sharing menu so you can try as many delicious dishes as possible
  • He also has recently been enjoying teaching his young daughter to bowl, and finds that it is a great bonding activity for the two of them to do together.