The Fat Hen

Row 1

Details
1418 NW 70th St
Seattle, WA 98117
(206) 782-5422
Breakfast
$ $
Hours
Tue–Sun: 8:00 AM–3:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • My new favorite brunch nook. Get the **Baked Eggs** & Egg Benedict! Enjoy high quality ingredients and slow-cooked taste. Seating is on first-come first-served basis. Coffee and service: average.
  • Many believe that this north Ballard farmhouse spot has the best brunch in town. The Eggs Benedict (a weekends-only brunch special) are a standout, made on house-baked English muffins.
  • Get EVERYTHING. And then get some potatoes to bring home.
  • Chanterelle Benedict!
  • Perhaps, one of the best breakfast spots in Seattle. Be prepared to wait for about 30 min on Saturdays and Sundays, as this place has only a few tables.
  • The Avocado Benedict did not disappoint and I preferred my wife's latte made with soy milk. It seemed more well balanced than my regular latte.
  • Their Benedicts are awesome. My fav: Speck Benedict with avocado.
  • Found Eggs Benedict as Yum Yum. Try it and dish on it at http://dishonit.com
  • The breakfast was good but the portions are very small and prices very high!
  • Had to try their eggs Benedict! Avocado version is a bit plain, but the English muffin tastes homemade :)
  • Cozy neighborhood, just down the block from Delancy and Essex. There was a wait even on Tuesday morning.
  • Levain Toast, EGG BAKES Carrozza
  • Might be the best brunch I've had in Seattle. The eggs benedicts are divine and the potatoes are pillowy goodness. Worth the inevitable wait. :)
  • Eggs are ok. Not child friendly!
  • baked eggs are always, always a good idea.
  • Eggs Benedict florentine
  • Baked eggs
  • Breakfast skillet with shrooms, mozzarella, and eggs was delicious!!! Highly recommend
  • Pancetta Benedict has been my favorite Benedict in the world since I first tried it 2 years ago. Very authentic Swedish kanelbulle and Italian walnut cookies are to die for as well.
  • Baked goods