Kirkland >Food & Dining > Olive Garden
11325 Ne 124th Street, Kirkland, WA | Directions 9803447.710851 -122.189806
Sun - Thurs: 11:00 A.M. - 10:00 P.M., Fri - Sat: 11:00 A.M. - 11:00 P.M.
Neighborhoods: Totem Lake
Our best offer is back, but not for long! Get Buy One Take One and enjoy dinner tonight, then take home a second entrée, free! Starting at just $12.99
Choose from a variety of delicious entrées now, like New! Creamy Citrus Chicken or Mezzaluna Ravioli. All served with unlimited soup or salad, and everyone’s favorite oven baked breadsticks. Then take home a second entrée to enjoy, free!
So get together and get Buy One Take One before it’s gone!
Limited time offer. Prices may vary.
At Olive Garden, you’ll enjoy a warm and welcoming dining experience every time you visit. Explore our full menu of appetizers, entrées, desserts, wines and specialty beverages. Plus, our children’s menu, gluten-free and new lighter fare options mean there’s something for everyone at Olive Garden.
It's a Chain – It's a chain, Need I say more! Find something a little more tasteful that this. If this is how you like your Italian, you WONT like Italy
garbage – Olive Garden restaurant is no more proper Italian food and cooking that the man in the moon. All they offer is lots of advertising and bad food to back it up.
Most people do not know real Italian cooking, so they get away with fooling people, making them think that what they are getting is real Italian cooking.
The biggest joke in Seattle!!! – As an Italian-American, and having lived in Italy and studied the cuisine I would consider myself a good critic of Italian food. The olive garden is a horrible place where for $5.95 you can get all you can eat sewer waste. This place is a joke that thinks they are serving Italian food. I can assure you they are not. Their commercials insinuate that it's the place where Italian-Americans take their Italian relatives. I can assure you that the relatives would be thoroughly insulted if they were taken to the olive garden, and would never be heard from again.
This is fast food! – Good grief what about Freemont Classic or Pasta Bella or the Pink Door. I'll have to remember to vote next time :).
gentrified and corporate – price? imagine what they could charge if you they didn't spend millions on TV, radio and billboard ads, and opening more and more restaraunts. Good Italian food is easy. Do the right thing and stay at home and make fettucini alfredo if you can't go to the neighborhood place near you.
Dumbed down food – The McDonalds of Italian food. Absolutely awful. Completely unauthentic. Italian food for people that don't know what Italian food tastes like.
Satisfies an Italian craving – When I am in the mood for pasta and salad, I go to the Olive Garden. The salad is excellent...I could eat bowls and bowls of it. The pasta is 'okay' but satsifies a craving when I have it. I usually order the cheese stuffed ravioli. Nothing special, and a small portion, but with the unlimited salad it is worth it. The ambience is a little cheesy and "cheap" complete with plastic breadbaskets.
Blender Italian Food – "Track Style Restaurants" that pour over cooked pasta from plastic bags for the masses!! It's the "Frosted Flakes" of chain Italian restaurants. You always know where the bathroom is located at whether your in Las Vegas, to Tacoma, or Orlando. Bad food which would make any good Italian crawl under the bed and never come out! I guess if your on a bad road trip and need to eat pasta, it fits the need. Your always family, but, honestly I would divorce your self from this one!!!! Find a real Italian eatery. There's lot's of family run Italian restaurants that even on a bad day out shine the Olive Garden...Come on Seattle, you know there out there...even in Tacoma!
good value for the buck – Depending on the time and day of the week, seating can be a wait. However, the food, service, and kid friendly servers make up for the inconvenience. The food is always served hot and is always flavorful and delicious.
Yummy – Let me just say, yummy. How can you describe the atmosphere and the food? Delicious.
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