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SEA brunch: anyone doing anything unusual/distinctive?

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donde Mar 19, 2008 11:43 PM

Looking to get out of the ordinary in terms of brunch in Seattle.

Any restaurants doing anything unusual or distinctive?

Hoping to find places that do surprisingly different dishes, use unusual ingredients, or have some other wow factor.

Or, just anything scintillating!

Suggestions/ideas? Would love to learn about anything and everything - thanks!

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    Leper RE: donde Mar 20, 2008 06:36 PM

    Donde, Maximillien's at the Market offers "old school" French in their off-the-menu brunch. The Dim Sum at the Imperial Garden (Kent) offers an excellent array of intriguing dishes. Kingfish Cafe is almost a religious experience without the fear of dogma affecting your day. All three are Chow-worthy brunch destinations.

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      Charles RE: Leper Mar 20, 2008 07:28 PM

      Smith on Capitol Hill does some unusual things funnel cake, Scotch Eggs and other interesting offerings. They also have a great Bloody Mary.

      The only problem with the place is service can be SLOW the last time I was there I waited over an hour for my funnel cake and finished 2 of the aforementioned bloody Marys before my food arrived. They have a new chef so hopefully some of those issues will be worked out.

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      somerset RE: donde Mar 21, 2008 04:28 PM

      Monsoon.

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        jammin RE: donde Mar 21, 2008 06:23 PM

        for 'classic' buffet either 67 at Edgewater or Saltys

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          bluedog67 RE: jammin Mar 26, 2008 10:20 AM

          haven't tried it for brunch yet, but veil seems interesting.

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            bluedog67 RE: bluedog67 Mar 26, 2008 12:58 PM

            oh, and Lola's does things like grilled octopus and chickpeas with a poached egg. delish!

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