Seattle, WA 98107
- Sun 8am-1:30pm, Tue-Sat 7am-1:30pm
- All Major Credit Cards, cash, ATM/Debit
- Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Takeout
- Breakfast, Breakfast all day, Lunch
- Not Necessary, Accepted
Seattle Weekly's Description
Why do breakfast eaters descend in droves on The Dish, a modest cafe situated in the nondescript zone between Ballard and Fremont? Because the ingredients are top quality, everything's served in healthy portions, the coffee never stops flowing, and the mismatched furnishings are weirdly comforting. There's no such thing as a signature item here, but a case could be made for the Slacker Especial (scrambled eggs, green chiles, tortilla chips, and Monterey Jack, zesty enchilada sauce, topped with sour cream and salsa). Nevertheless, it's all good, including the lunch side of the menu.
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The "my favorite" omelete with curry is really good, and the slacker special is like being high-fived in the mouth by a delicious rainbow. Also this place is cash only so make sure to bring some!
The eggs benedict and biscuits and gravy are likely the best on planet Earth.
The Slacker is one of the best egg dishes in Seattle!
Order the Eggs Benedict.
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