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Farestart for lunch (Seattle)

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Boychucker Jul 17, 2008 03:09 PM

My husband and I went to Farestart in Seattle for lunch today. I haven't been there in a long time. Service was very friendly and efficient. I had the Founder's Field Roast Sandwich - hazelnut-encrusted lentil sage patty, served crispy with arugula, tomato, vegan fig mayonnaise and dijon mustard on potato bread (vegan). It was really delicious. The fig mayo had a nice sweetness and the patty was great. My husband had the Veggie Reuben -sliced vegetarian sun dried tomato “field roast” served Reuben-style with sauerkraut, swiss
cheese, and thousand island dressing on marble rye bread. That was also really good. We both got the french fries which were crisp and yummy.

I had a really hard time deciding between a couple of items on the menu. The blackened salmon sandwich sounded really delicious as did the vegetable polenta with sunny side up egg. I'm hoping to go back soon so I can try the polenta. Anyone else been recently?

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    GreenLakeDave Jul 18, 2008 09:36 AM

    I've been twice within the last month, had the Veggie Reuben the first time, and the Founder's Field Roast sandwich the 2nd. Both were excellent. I was telling a friend yesterday that I wouldn't be able to decide which one to get next time I went. She said she'd go with and order one, I'd could get the other and we'd split them. Problem solved! I can't wait to go back. Service was top notch also. The room and menu is a vast improvement over their old location.

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