Tilikum Place Café
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5:00pm - 7:00pm
11:00am - 8:00pm
10:00am - 8:00pm
10:00am - 2:00pm
- Largely underrated, the lofty ceilings and large windows create a bright and airy space perfect for the seasonal dishes that comfortingly reflect the best Northwest ingredients. [Eater 38 Member]
- understated yet one of the strongest brunch places in town
- European style brunch
- Best orange juice.
- In this underpriced, underheralded, and most lived-in of cafesis rare, getting rarer, and a genuine thrill to discover. Simple as that.
- Lamb shank was good. Salmon special with ramp cream was outstanding
- There's a reason why this is one of the top-rated brunch spots in Seattle. Amazing food, great service, and a quick walk to the space needle. Worth the wait even if they are busy.
- They know what ingredients go in a dish to make it delicious. I liked their egg and kale scramble with French toast. Do give this place a shot.
- Best halibut I've ever had. Too bad it's a just special. The pork was excellent too!
- Walkable distance from the Space Needle, this is a must visit for brunch! Menu changes frequently. Excellent service, cool atmosphere!
- Miso Aioli Baked Oysters - nuff said...
- fabulous dinner, even if it's a "breakfast spot" on 4sq. and if you're here for dinner--get the baked mussels. holy crap.
- Great brunch, but uber-creative Chef Ba Culbert does an amazing dinner as well. Make sure and try dinner here! (via Scoville)
- great place to take waifey
- An inviting spot where a European vibe meets a contemporary American menu that segues smoothly from baked beans and Dutch babies to house-made pastas, savory tarts and chicken with dumplings.
- Super drinks and best dutch baby
- Delicious delicious porkchops. Try them!
- Best Baked Oysters Ive ever had...
- My rating: 8.9. Great all around place. Been here for a couple dinners and a brunch. Brunch is king. Highly recommend the Fry Up and Sweet Dutch Baby (pic below).