Bar Sajor

French, Mediterranean
$ $ $
323 Occidental Ave S
Seattle, WA 98104
(206) 682-1117
5:30pm - 9:00pm
11:00am - 10:00pm
11:00am - 10:00pm
11:00am - 10:00pm
11:00am - 10:00pm
5:30pm - 10:00pm
5:30pm - 9:00pm


  • Eat as much as possible. Also, wine.
  • Great food, but I still left hungry.
  • When sour dough bread is a main tip, you know it's good. Also the crab is definitely a must. For other restaurant delivery use CHECKIN for $10 OFF your first order on
  • Tartines were a treat, but then again in a space so airy everything will feel like a treat. Run, don't walk!
  • James Beard Foundation Best New Restaurant 2014 nominee.
  • Cured salmon or anything with walnut pesto
  • You'll improve your chances of getting on chef/owner Matt Dillon's good side if you know how to pronunce the name of his new restaurant. It's Bar sigh-YOHR, as in, "Sigh your name on the dotted line."
  • The chicken liver with quince is a great way to start.
  • Do not walk around taking pictures or video, just enjoy the amazing food and be satisfied with that experience.
  • I wish food was as good as the interior design
  • The bread is best that I've tasted in ages. The rabbit rillette and the pork pate are excellent as well. Good ambience. A bit expensive. Not well marked, it's right on the corner of Occidental and S J
  • Brunch at Bar Sajor was just perfect. Delicious wholesome, homemade food, cold glasses of yummy kombucha, morning light by the window, admiring the passionate chefs, gorgeous space, lovely staff. Go!
  • Visited for Sunday brunch, my quiche was very good. Warm morning atmosphere
  • Txuelta de buey- rib eye is perfectly juicy and pickled tomato salad is bracing
  • Thursday is "pie night." Order early, they often sell out.
  • Casuela eggs with the nettle purer
  • This place has that French countryside feel to it. Food is very fresh and creative. Captures farm to table beautifully. Halibut was delicious.
  • Food and service are very good. Love the deco of this restaurant.
  • Great setup. Wonderful food. On the pricier side but worth it if you like tasting unique food combinations. Get the rosebud tea. Rainbow trout. Must try the fennel soda.
  • APFM: Mediterranean-inspired restaurant that is big, bright, airy and downright gorgeous, as is the food.

Nearby places

800 Occidental Ave S
116 1st Ave S (Washington)
320 Occidental Ave S (btwn Jackson & Main St)