Located just outside of Seattle, 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
New American, American
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Lists & rankings
- 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.
- 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.
- ...since at least 1986, when a Fall City herb farmers son and his wife began serving freshly harvested multicourse lunches out of the propertys refashioned garageand The Herbfarm was born.
- This is a dining experience not to be missed. Fine dining at it's best.
- Thus restaurant is different from any other that I've ever visited. The menu is preplanned. Each month is different . You are seated at a European communal style seating. Well worth the price.
- Sunday chefs tasting meal is over-the-top world class experience. The attention to detail, execution of the meal, and attentiveness of staff is amazing. You must find your way to Woodinville, WA!
- amazing environment with super creative menus
- Fantastic ambiance and experience. The garden tour was educational and dinner was timed perfectly! Great for special occasions.
- The food is the best and fresh
- This place is amazing...a total experience...
- Table for two? Nah. This sort of thing is far more fun with friends, or sitting at a communal table.
- best food i have and will ever eat
- Get a limo- it adds to the experience and it's safer.
- You cannot imagine how great the food from the dumpster behind this place is!
- Just enjoy. It is a one time experience in culinary showmanship.
- 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...
- 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
- Definitely call in advance. Stay at the Willows Lodge if you can.
- eat dinner. it's expensive, but SO AMAZING.