Portage Bay Cafe

4.45 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 02:30 pm]
  • Address: 900 NE 65th St, Seattle, WA 98115, USA, United States
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  • Timings: 07:30 am - 02:30 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-2065293252
  • Tags: Food And Drinks

Portage Bay Cafe is best suited when you want to have a sumptuous brunch. Excellent food, superb service, pleasant environment and reasonably priced food make Portage Bay Café a favourite spot to hit when you are hungry. There are many vegetarian and gluten free options which are available here, thus making it convenient for all sorts of people to come and enjoy delicious food. French toast, breakfast burrito, corned beef hash and Verde pulled pork are the outstanding options you should try when you come here.

How to Reach Portage Bay Cafe

  • Bus 45,62,76 to stop : NE 65th St& Roosevelt Way NE

  • Portage Bay Cafe Address: 900 NE 65th St, Seattle, WA 98115, USA, United States
  • Portage Bay Cafe Contact Number: +1-2065293252
  • Portage Bay Cafe Timing: 07:30 am - 02:30 pm
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  • 0.06% of people who visit Seattle include Portage Bay Cafe in their plan

  • 95% of people start their Portage Bay Cafe visit around 09 AM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Portage Bay Cafe

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Portage Bay Cafe Reviews & Ratings

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  • Service was good. They accommodated our large group of varying dietary issues. Parking is not too difficult...wander the surrounding neighborhood. A lot of weekend brunch dishes include eggs. Two of us were allergic to egg. We were creative, and so was the kitchen.

  • This was just OK, for me. My sister and mom ordered the goat cheese omelette and Seattle Benedict respectively and loved them. The Hollandaise sauce is extremely good. I ordered poke, which I would have expected to come with rice. Instead it was shredded and on a bed of lettuce. If I had known I was signing up for a smoked salmon salad, I probably would have been fine. But I didn't care of it at all—the salmon didn't have any sauce on it. I can't believe someone thought it would be fine to call this poke. In addition the mustard vinaigrette was too acidic, it needed some serious temperance with either olive oil or honey. The radish chips were delicious and my favorite part for sure (other than when my sister and husband offered me their seasoned potatoes/leftovers which were divine). I wish I had ordered something else. Overall the experience was fine, but the food is was overpriced in my opinion. I wouldn't go there again unless someone was treating me and REALLY wanted to go.

  • A little overpriced and a bit cramped for what you get. Cafeteria style seating and high ceilings made it very loud. The Seattle Benedict was good though!

  • We went for brunch spontaneously. There was a fair wait when for two, but to be expected. Food was decent and staff friendly. Definitely need to be ready for how busy it is and food might have one or two small issues.

  • Not going back. Its extremely loud with a lot of seating, poor acoustic barriers on ceiling, and open kitchen. We struggled to have a conversation across the table. Things started as soon as we sat down. I had coffee grounds in my coffee, which I sent back. And our server was kind and brought another cup. Hollindaise sauce on my Benedict was delicious, dressing on salad was great, and they had a gluten-free option for the bread. My wife's goat cheese omelette was good, but the potatoes were cooked on outside but raw on inside, then she bit into a pocket of dirt on the potatoes. They chose to remove the charge of the potato on our bill. Server was receptive to our feedback. This place was not for us, but maybe it was an off day.

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