Jory Restaurant & Bar
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- Best pancakes ever!
- The granola parfait for breakfast, the burger for lunch, & the beet salad at dinner are all musts!!
- Sit at the chef's counter... it's an epic experience, and they are all so friendly and informative. The wine flights are AWESOME... and DEFINITELY defer to Tom Bean, if not the best, the single nicest
- Seated at the counter overlooking the open kitchen allowed me the added pleasure of watching the culinary team in action. It felt like a Food Network show without the drama.
- Brunch: Fresh Fruit ($5) and Buttermilk biscuits with "Nutella", cinnamon butter and jam ($7)
- Everything is really good. Great presentation. Save room for dessert! Amazing.
- Unwelcoming architecture and interior design but good food although on a smallish menu. The wine list is the real gem here, paying tribute to the many appellations of the surrounding area.
- Food at price point. Dishes had design flaws-eg. inedible chicharone on pork cheeks-or poor execution-eg. over-seared foie, over-dressed barley. Would not change our table despite empty restaurant.
- I have been coming to Jory regularly for 4 years. I used to be able to count on it for being flawless. Their service is now 1-2 stars at best. Every time. I'm finished with the Jory, sadly.
- Best biscuits I have ever had
- Chef Sunny Jin draws from Northwest staples such as salmon, scallops and duck, buttressed by seasonal vegetables and herbs from the resorts on-site vegetable garden.
- The steak with local mushrooms was worth it. Beautiful views at sunset.
- If you live in the Seattle area and enjoy hanging out on the Eastside, then you will probably like it here.
- Butterscotch pudding!
- Burger. Forget everything else.
- It cut off: Defer to Tom Bean, if not the best, the nicest sommelier I have ever known!