Seattle >Ten Mercer
Looks pretty tastes okay, not special. popped in for a bite after a Monday night show. Looks pretty but the food was not great for what we paid. the wild green salad would have been good if it were not drowned in dressing. Fettuccini carbonara was a little overcooked. chocolate silk cloyingly sweet. Staff was nice but didnt know the bar, but it was a Monday night..... We felt that more energy was spent making the place and the food look nice, than on the actually dishes themselves...
Great Food, Atmosphere. After an evening of wondering where we should eat, we settled on Ten Mercer and are so glad we did. After having some trouble finding parking we were ushered upstairs to a great table overlooking both the bar and busy street. The food was very fresh and had great balance of flavor. If you enjoy Risotto, the Lobster Risotto was prepared to perfection. This is a great place to go after a play or before a night on the town.
Happy New Year!.
Made late reservations for New Years Eve. Arrived early and my girl and I were promplty taken care of at the bar. Moet Rose by the glass-- yum! Seated upstairs we got a table by the window- we shared the whole fried bass -stunning- and the lobster risotto- delicious. Bust bang for the buck in Seattle by far. Great service, room, food.
Going to be regualrs in '06!
Who puts carrots in their risotto???. Great cocktails, but avoid Ten Mercer's risotto with extreme prejudice. It's flavorless and for some reason the chefs thought carrots in said dish was a good idea. The waiter while punctual had little personality and seemed rather put off that we were sitting at his table. I would only come back for the cocktails which were very good.
My husband and I celebrated out first anniversary at 10 Mercer with a group of eleven.
We recieved warm and gracious service (lot's of special requests), exciting cusine and spot on wine service for our oenophile friends. Going to be bringing more business their way very soon!
Horribly Dissappointing. Snobbery ALERT! (I've never before written a negative review about anything)... While hosting out of town guests we were early to arrive at 10 Mercer St. for early evening cocktails when the hostess/manager? made it clear we were a hassle to be dealt with. We arrived to their locked door just minutes before they were to open and happily stood in the cold for several minutes before the terribly rude woman opened the door not to let us in but to tell us to COME BACK LATER! Regrettably, we did just that, and were greeted in an equally unfriendly manner again. All tables were empty though we were told we could only sit at a small and uncomfortable corner spot. No Washington wines and our waitress was hurried and rude. They rolled their eyes, they scoffed at our inquiry of beers on tap and possible appetizer suggestions... They were horrible.
Brandon is the best bartender in Seattle!. Ten Mercer is an excellent place for a romantic dinner. The food is wonderful, the atmosphere is unique and romantique, the drinks are perfect, and the service is outstanding! I highly recommend this as a date spot!
Delectable food and great service. We were visiting in Seattle and ate here during the "Dinner at 8" promotion -- 3 courses for $20. The garlic-encrusted chicken was done perfectly -- tender, flavorful, with crispy skin -- quite possibly the best chicken I've ever had. Service was very good. We have a lot of good restaurants in San Francisco and Ten Mercer beats many of them. Highly recommended.
Ten Mercer.... ...on a scale of 1 to 10, Ten being the worst! Aside from the wierdos behind the bar, the awkward clientel speaks for itself. Oh wait, they're wierd too. I will never go back unless I'm looking for a laugh.
10 is Tops!. We stopped by after seeing Sideways at the Uptown. Could not have had a better time. They even had wines by the glass selected to celebrate the movie we had just seen. We shared the whole fried bass-messy-tasty-fun! A diamond in the rough of Queen Anne.
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