Since my husband and I love finding hidden gems, I searched for one near our hotel in Bothell. The name doesn't give any clues to the food so don't try to guess. The setting is a beautiful old house that I can only imagine has many stories to tell! On to the food ...
Appetizers we had polenta fries (just right on the inside and crispy on the outside) and brussel sprouts with goat cheese and buttermilk pannacota. Now don't judge until you try because it was amazing!
Lunch we had a fried chicken salad and the fried chicken ciabatta. I know it's not imaginative but the waiter raved about these two dishes. Our thoughts .. good but not great. Best part of my husband's dish was the fries but way too much of them! His chicken sandwich was unfortunately dry. My chicken salad was the same, way too big and chicken while nice spicing and flavor, it was too dry.
I think we'd go back only to try another dish. The overall experience was still pretty good!
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