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Scotch Eggs in Seattle?

Where can I find Scotch Eggs in Seattle?

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  1. I've heard the People's Pub in Ballard has them.

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    1. re: Lauren

      Never tried them at People's pub, but the other bar food I've had there has been good.

      I also know Atlantic Crossing on Roosevelt and 65th has them.. Again, never tried them. I eat at AC quite often and their other food as always been good (especially their happy hour).

      1. re: Mike CP

        I just went to AC for the first time this weekend. Great place! I had a perfect salad with chicken on it and a beer. I will definitely be back.

        1. re: Lauren

          I will be going to AC this afternoon for happy hour. Their happy hour food menu has changed recently, but if Scotch Eggs are still an option maybe I will get them. I'll inform of results.

          1. re: Mike CP

            Got the Scotch Eggs for the first time on Friday. All agreed they were good. Complimented by very strong horseradish sauce (Colemans?). I have never had these before, and probably won't order them again as its not really my favorite type of bar food, but they are there to try and only 4$ during happy hour.

    2. I have had Scotch Eggs at the Library Cafe on 85th just west of Greenwood. It is a quirky little neighborhood place...the eggs were decent. They also have a super delicious tofu scramble. Coffee is good diner coffee (love the diner coffee!).

      1. The Swinery in West Seattle has started to advertise that they're making them. Haven't tried them yet, but I will, first chance I get!

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        The Swinery
        3207 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116

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        1. re: MsMaryMc

          Okay, I bought a couple at The Swinery yesterday and fried them up for breakfast this morning. They sell them par-cooked and you need to brown them before eating--I did mine in a cast-iron skillet with bacon grease (when you're eating Scotch eggs, it's no time to worry about the cholesterol, now is it?) They were made with a nice rosemary breakfast sausage, and not too bread-y. I ate mine with a little Dijon mustard. Very tasty!

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          The Swinery
          3207 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116

          1. re: MsMaryMc

            I had Scotch Eggs from the Swinery this morning too and they were awesome! I can't wait for an excuse to have them again....

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            The Swinery
            3207 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116

            1. re: Thiggy78

              Ooo-boy, as if I needed another reason to go to the Swinery! :) I took classes from the owner, Gabe, before the Swinery came into being, and LOVE going over there. And now scotch eggs, too! (I have a Swinery tshirt that says "Bacon is My Guide" on the back of it, heh...)

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              The Swinery
              3207 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116