It might not be the best banh mi around, but it's tasty & the tofu version w/egg is a filling lunch for under $5.
Summer time favorite, but yummy year round. Delicious, reasonable and authentic. Pluses also include: plenty of parking and dining with a view and margarita in hand, what's not to love!
Breakfast serve through lunch, offering house specialties like the signature scramble, buckwheat quinoa pancakes, flatbreads and the grilled Reuben sandwich. Gluten free, vegetarian and vegan options are also readily available.
The biscuits are tall and fluffy... like Dolly Parton's 'do. Many go for them sandwich-style at this U-District coffee spot, but you've got to try them straight-up to fully appreciate the carbtasticness. Seasonal specials include a eggnog-pumpkin version. Heck yum.
4549 University Way NE, Seattle
Old school Greek diner. Like gyros and hummus and stuffed grape leaves. But this place shines with its breakfast dishes, especially if you order something with the crispy potatoes.…
2626 NE 46th St, Seattle
This restaurant displays menu signs which have sharp edges right at the height of a toddlers head. My son cut his head open badly on one of these. While his head was bleeding…
4226 University Way NE, Seattle
Their tofu banh mi is a tad overstuffed with a big block of tofu, but overall the flavors are solid & good value for quick eat on the Ave.
4237 University Way Ne, Seattle
I ordered shrimp chowmein and mind you they charge extra fro shrimp, it comes out with those itsy bitsy bay shrimp the noodles were hard and in general it was totally bland and i'd…
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