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Map & Directions 220 Kirkland Ave.
Kirkland, WA 98033
  • Pacific Northwest
  • Sun-Thu 7am-9pm, Fri-Sat 7am-10pm
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Banquet Facilities, Catering, Kid Friendly, Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Private Party, Takeout, Vegetarian Friendly, Wheelchair Accessible
  • Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch
  • Beer/Wine
  • Recommended, Accepted
  • Street, Valet


Seattle Weekly's Description

Stepping up to the locavore challenge, Trellis' chef, Brian Scheehser, farms a three-acre patch of land that provides him with a quarter of his fruits and vegetables (such as a "two-hour salad" whisked from farm to table). The restaurant fights back commendably against its setting—a chi-chi hotel on a heavily-trafficked Kirkland street. Even as halogen car headlamps rake across the room, even as other diners attend to their BlackBerrys, the plate commands your attention. Delicate Pink Lady apple shavings nicely punctuate a blue-cheese salad starter; a tomato soup holds its texture, with enough bite to make pepper superfluous; and a pan-seared salmon with an apple glacé is a marquee dish.

Member Reviews

  • dishing wrote a review for Trellis
    on 09/07/10

    Trellis is over on the east side in the Heathman Hotel. If you want a little weekend getaway, it's fantastic to go get a room at the Heathman. They have amazing breakfast. You could eat three meals a day here - you don't need to leave the hotel. Brian Scheehser is the chef here, and he also has a farm. I actually buy a lot of things from his farm. He supplies the restaurant with... More >>

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  • The Seattle Times on 05/26/10

    Chef Brian Scheehser cares for a 3-acre patch of farmland in Woodinville, the source of produce for Trellis. Even in late fall, Scheehser is harvesting herbs, garlic, chard, beets, parsnips and squash

  • Seattle Met on 06/30/10

    Farm-fresh feasts heat up the new restaurant at the Heathman Hotel in Kirkland.

  • Holly G. on 02/25/12

    I tend to enjoy the brunch best but I've never had a bad dish, save room for desert, during the summer the rhubarb crisp was perfect. Valet is fast and the outdoor seating is warm year round. Must try

  • Epicurious on 08/24/10

    Nowhere else but Trellis can you order the Two-Hour Salad, where all the ingredients are harvested no more than two hours before being served. This local-food haven is a rare, delicious find.

  • Amy P. on 05/06/10

    Parking to the North of the Heathman Hotel is $1/hr. Best bet if you can't find street parking.

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