Tilikum Place Cafe15 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 10:00 pm]
- Address: 407 Cedar St, Seattle, WA 98121, USA, United States
- Timings: 11:00 am - 03:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-2062824830
- Tags: Bar
Tilikum Place Cafe is a European-style bar and bistro that offers seasonal and an extensive menu in a chic and inviting environment. You need to make a reservation in advance which gives a fair idea of how popular they are. From baked eggs to egg Benedict, Omelette to baked beans, sandwiches to savoury tarts, salads to pancakes, soups to roasted potatoes, beverages and much more, this place does have a lot to offer. The staff members are very friendly and would help you with suggestion in case you are too overwhelmed with the options available. This is undoubtedly a fun place to grab a quick brunch, lunch or dinner.
How to Reach Tilikum Place Cafe
- Bus 8 to stop - Denny Way & 5th Ave N
- Bus 1, 2, 3, 4, 13, 19, 24, 33, 116, 118, 119, D Line to stop - 3rd Ave & Vine St
- Bus 5, 21, 26, 28, 55, 131, 132, E Line to stop - Wall St & 5th Ave
- Bus 3, 4 to stop - 5th Ave N & Denny Way
Tilikum Place Cafe Reviews & Ratings
We went to this place for Saturday brunch. Very nice atmosphere inside and great service from the staffs. We were asked about what we like and they recommended the dish based on what we said. They had some special items for Saturday brunch which I do not see in the menu. It contained an egg, a bread on the side , squash, pears, zucchini and peppers, I think. This food was awesome. I don't remember what they named it but they served it for Saturday Brunch and it was super tasty. I would consider going to this place again, soon. The staff was super friendly.
Great food! Wonderful location within walking distance of our hotel and the Space Needle. Popular place but we ate a bit early and beat the rush. Wish I had left room for some of their desserts.
It’s a fine dining place probably good for dates, but it’s very pricey. All the entrees are >$25 and most of the people who came for dinner seems to be rich people who don’t mind spending $50+/person for a 2-3 course meal. All dishes had really good preparations. They do have fine wines and most of the dishes are meat based (though I ordered a veggie entree) Based on the reviews I feel like this place might be suited more for brunch options (I will come back for brunch someday). We ordered steak entree ($28), veggie ravioli ($23) with zucchini based sauce and halibut special entree (cost-$35). All entrees are good enough for single person. Veggie ravioli was thin and bland but sauce had pinenuts as toppings and was tasty and I would rate it 3/5. Steak was rubbery and didn’t have much seasoning. Although the mashed potatoes were surprisingly good. Will rate 3/5. Alaskan halibut was delicious, seemed freshly prepared, served with corn,bacon which went well with the fish. I would rate it 4/5.
Went here for lunch and it was fantastic. The coffee really good. I got the warm bread and jam, the baked eggs, and one of the specials (wild rice cakes). Everything was delicious. Highly recommend! Get there early, they fill up quick any day of the week.
The staff is really friendly and the food even better. The omelette is delicious. Highly recommend it. This is a very busy spot to have brunch on weekends Recommend a reservation