The Wandering Goose

Row 1

403 15th Ave E
Seattle, WA 98112
(206) 323-9938
Southern / Soul, Café
$ $
Mon–Thu, Sat–Sun: 7:00 AM–4:00 PM Fri: 7:00 AM–4:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • You can order the Veggie Hash with scrambled eggs instead of poached. That's what I always do!
  • Inexpensive, but excellent food. Everything made from scratch. Get the veggie hash for breakfast and treat yourself to the buttermilk biscuit and raspberry good!
  • For a simple, delicious, dessert-like riff on breakfast, order their original biscuit to go. Both the raspberry jam and butter that's spread on their fresh biscuit are top notch.
  • Fried chicken, homemade biscuits, oyster po boys and more. Don't miss Fried Chicken Fridays, though you can get the bird any day of the week.
  • Hey hipsters, bus your own table! There's a sign; don't make others clean up after you to enjoy this great food!
  • Great food and atmosphere! They have a few menu items for GF diners. Dinner is "family style" meaning you pass the food to the next table! And for brunch: order at the counter and THEN sit.
  • Maximum yum.
  • The breakfast food, fried chicken, and biscuits are the best. Get either sawmill, original biscuit, or bubble and squeak.
  • Don't be rude. If it's packed wait until after you order to sit so people getting their food can have a table.
  • wi-fi password: ganderingwoose323 - via
  • The sawmill
  • Interesting twists on biscuits (+ fried chicken) from this spot in North Cap Hill. Often long lines and you must order before sitting down. Great options at the counter or to order (Sawmill!).
  • I am a Southern guy who loves southern cooking and this place did not disappoint. Came for breakfast and looking forward to dinner the next time i am in Seattle.
  • Fried chicken and biscuits
  • Hands down my favorite fried chicken spot ever. It's dark crispy and super juicy. Good sides are the mac n cheese, grits, and collard greens. Biscuits were alright but that jam tho.
  • biscuits, cookies
  • Southern comfort food at its finest. Don't be afraid to try some decadent combinations (i.e. Mac and cheese fried chicken biscuit).
  • Had the "Aunt Aunnie", hand cherry pie, and the carrot cake with the hubs and they were all delicious. Flaky crusts, delicate crumbs, tender chicken, and nothing was overly sweet!
  • Good food but always super crowded.
  • Great food, love all the biscuits, but people claiming tables for parties of 6 waaaay before they arrive is a buzzkill.