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French Toast in Seattle

charliesierra1 Jan 26, 2007 05:25 PM

Hi, what's the best place for French toast in Seattle? A friend and I want French toast and sausage this weekend. thanks!

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  1. pigeonmom RE: charliesierra1 Jan 26, 2007 05:28 PM

    MY house has the best French toast! :-D

    I've heard Skylark Cafe in West Seattle
    has a good Sunday brunch menu that
    features French toast.

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      charliesierra1 RE: pigeonmom Jan 26, 2007 05:59 PM

      Great, we'll be over at 9:00! :-) We'll check out Skylark...thanks,

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      Twitchitaw RE: charliesierra1 Jan 28, 2007 06:16 PM

      Portage Bay Cafe in the U District has awesome french toast. You can order the bananas foster version off the menu or you can order it plain and load it with berries, nuts and whipped cream from their breakfast bar. The sausage is really great too.

      1. famished RE: charliesierra1 Jan 28, 2007 06:57 PM

        There is a little restaurant in Federal Way called Saimin Says that does a marvelous Hawaiian version of French Toast. They use King's Bread, a coconut syrup and if I remember correctly, there are bananas and macadamia nuts strewn around as well... My waist allowance won't let me do that anymore....

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          rcburli RE: charliesierra1 Jan 29, 2007 10:03 AM

          Just saw Cafe Nola on Bainbridge Island on tv.
          That french toast looks incredible.

          1. lucky.goldstar RE: charliesierra1 Jan 29, 2007 10:33 AM

            Geraldine's Counter (Columbia City) has the best French toast in Seattle. Yesterday I had a plate with peaches and maple syrup. I heard a rumour that they soak their bread overnight, which is why it's so delicious...


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              mrnelso RE: charliesierra1 Jan 29, 2007 09:08 PM

              Cafe Campagne is a lovely spot for a weekend brunch, especially if the weather is bright, as the room gets good light. We had the "French French toast" and were delighted.

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                alki_chick RE: charliesierra1 Jan 30, 2007 12:10 PM

                I second Geraldine's Counter French Toast and add Anthony's I know that seem odd but their New Orleans French toast is pretty good.

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