Bellevue >Food & Dining > Daniel's Brolier
10500 NE 8th St, Bellevue, WA | Directions 9800447.617843 -122.200520
Lunch: Mon - Fri, 11:30am - 2:30pm; Dinner: Sun - Thu, 5pm - 10pm; Fri - Sat, 5pm - 11pm
Neighborhoods: Northwest Bellevue
Great steak – Daniel's Broiler is an excellent restaurant. Their steak is always cooked just right. I have never had a bad dining experience here. It is expensive, but the food and the great customer service are wonderful. Additionally, the view is beautiful. It's definately one of the best restaurants in Bellevue.
Incredible steaks – This a great special occasion restaurant! Their menu/specials are always good and the food is incredible. They have a very good wine list, too. They're not cheap, but it's worth it. If you go during the holidays, try to get a window seat - the lights below add a romantic touch!
Best date night, girls night out, singing at the bar location – I always have a great time at Daniel's broiler. Not only do they have amazing food, but they have maintained a wonderful atmosphere for many years. Go to the bar if you want some interactive fun - Jim (the pianist/singer) is incredible and plays what you want to hear. You're assured to have a great time.
Best steak and view – I never been to Daniel's Briolier till I took my boyfriend there for his 21st b-day and we both fell in love with the place. The steaks were perfect and we were seated near the window where it was so romantic. We gone again for happy hours and the place contiuned to pleased us that we would go occasionally when we feel like going all out.
A high-end steakhouse on the top floor of a Bellevue highrise attracts tourists and locals. – The Scene
Known for a gorgeous view of downtown Seattle, Lake Washington and beyond, the large windows and spacious interior of the dining room are warmed up with a lush draperies and private booths. A roomy bar caters to the happy-hour, cigar-and-scotch crowd. In both areas, the bustling servers are professional and courteous, and mistakes are patched up with a smile.
Steaks can be dynamite: The rib eye is charred to the deliciously rare side of medium rare--as is the enormous 24-ounce porterhouse that arrives at the table sizzling. But steak isn't the only way to go. Arrive early to partake in the massive prime rib. Health-conscious diners may be left out in the cold--even salads, such as a spinach version in a warm bacon dressing, can be indulgent artery enemies. For dessert, skip the heavier options in favor of chocolate-dipped, Grand Marnier-filled strawberries.
Great meat, great service – My wife and I celebrated an event at Daniel's this week. We were seated promptly next to a window with a beautiful view. Our waitress showed up quickly and was very attentive throughout the meal. A table of business-nerds next to us distracted us a bit, as they were having some self-important meeting. But ignoring them, the steaks came out fairly quickly and very well done. I had a filet and my wife had the New York. We also had a couple of sauces and the creamed spinach. The spinach is magnificient! Our bill was a bit high for no alcohol, but you get what you pay for. Overall a great experience. We'll go back again.
Realistic – My husband and I have dinner at Daniels for our anniversary every year. We have never been disappointed. Service is excellent - with regards to comments of slow - that may be correct but do I want my $250 anniversary dinner to go by quickly? - not at all so slow works for me. We go for the romance, service, and fabulous food. View, and noise level are not factors for us.
If you want steaks one notch lower than Daniels but at 1/2 the total bill, you MUST hit Jak's in Issaquah. DO NOT let the wait deter you - it is worth the wait - very intimate, dark, romantic and affordable.
my favorite get away from home – I visit bellevue often,usually stay at the hyatt,had a friend take me to daniels for drinks and dinner,been going there ever since,look forward to the meal, steaks are awsome love the calamari,kevin will also whip up some awsome snacks or light meals in the oyster bar, and the piano man awsome Jim washburn is awsome he always makes me feel at home when i'm there, thats why i go there every time i'm in bellevue,the service is good, a little slow when its busy in the bar , but the staff works hard on making every one happy.....
OK steaks – I did much research and planning for this visit. Was pleasantly greeted and seated at a window table with a view of Seattle skyline. The service was good if a little slow. It was rather loud during our meal but tolerable. As for the steaks, Mom had a filet mignon that was requested rare and was so charred it was all she could taste. They were quick to offer a replacement for her. My ribeye was done properly and tasted alright. But for the price, I've definitely had way better flavored steaks.
Exceptional Daniels! – I went to Daniels to celebrate my new recruiting business.The entire visit was something to behold- the staff exceeded my expectations.The restaraunt charisma,charm. The staff works like a well oiled machine! We ate in the lounge on a spur of the moment visit Saturday night. Service was just as good as the main dining area. I'm a self styled wine snob,but Daniels had me covered! i chose a luscious APEX cab that was well worth it to compliment the steak I ordered. And it is never a bad night when you finish dinner,go to the cigar room ,equally well appointed and elegant.The view is breathtaking, food more than pleasing.Whether its a microbrew,liquer or dinner ,Daniels can provide you with all you could possibly want. I was impressed! If Daniels keeps to their word ,this is going to remain THE place to go for a long time to come.
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