Seattle >Six Seven
sunset ruined. Fabulous setting but we're still talking about the pathetic service 24hrs later. We had to get up from our seats to ask for menus, waited for 45' between first and second courses, and then were aghast at the bill. Fish was actually well prepared, but by the time the food arrived the kids were going crazy with the wait. Did I mention the service was awful? Don't bother with the "toppings" for the fish or meat - $10-15 buys about $2 worth of nibbles. If one goes then sit in the bar and have a few stiff ones to prepare oneself for the wait...
The last time I went to 67 (2 years ago), the hosts lost my reservation, so we waited 45 minutes (it was my birthday), the servers were flat-out rude, and they gave us the wrong food.
Did it change? Earlier this week: BIG SURPRISE it was the same experience, only WORSE! Thanks for ruining my birthday dinner, 67!
---They gave us grief about seating, even though we had reserved outside seating; it was as if we had burdened them and the host said that they would “have to ok it with the manager,” after staring at us with a frown. Awkward much?
---The portions have decreased significantly, and are NOT EVEN A FULL SERVING OF FOOD, but are twice the price as previously!
---You pay $18 to $40 for a plate of food that is accompanied by nothing—you have to order side dishes, which are not cheap! Ie, I ordered the $18 Halibut that was smaller than a deck of cards (I actually had a deck with me to measure it) and it had 3 mini mushrooms—nothing more! I had to order 3 more sides to make it a meal. And I was still hungry! And I’m 5’7 108 lb!
---All the dishes and sides were BLAND, and mediocre at best, especially for the prices.
-Our server had a foul attitude.
APPALLING at best.
place to place. this is the best spot for people in a relationship. isn't it. wel this place is one of the best place i've ever been.. eating while the breeze from the sea touches you.. its kinda corny but great experience.. it calmed my mind.
nice place. its wonderfull to see the sea shores while undert the sunset view... really great. specially when taking dinner with family and girlfriend.. heheheh
Six Seven. Edgewater is a historic hotel with great fake trees on the inside. The Beattles stayed there in their time.
first time diners turned regulars.
we arrived at about 6:30, we decided to eat a little early, the dining room was suprsingly RAMMED!!! with people for a week night. we were sat by the window, and there was actually a very nice view for the dark evening, we were able to see the ferryboats come in and out from bainbridge island, and the lights on alki beach made for a nice waterside experience for a december evening. my first course was an amazingly light but still rich tuna poke, the tuna came wrapped in a slice of english cucumber and it was lightly seasoned with the flavors of curry and citrus, surrounded by a somewhat strange but delicious yellow tomato air ( it was more like bubble bath but it tasted like ripe tomatoes?). my date had a a bowl of chestnut apple soup that was so rich and delicious that i had wished that i had ordered that! (although my poke was tasty :) ) the soup came swirled with a toasted orange cream and a perfectly cooked piece of foie gras.
Our entrees were no less spectactular, I had a piece of wild seabass with carmelized yams, and a buttery sherry sauce that was both tangy and sophisticated. my date had ordered the filet mignon, with roquerfort mustard crust, and a chunky short rib sauce, the mash potatoes were more like a sauce than a mash, but boy they were tasty. we opted to drink our dessert with a couple of glasses of chateau st michelle late harvest savigion blanc recommended by our server.
we will definitly be back!!!!!!!!!!
Thanks for your kind review. We strive to make every guest's experience in Six Seven memorable, both in ambiance and dining experience. Check our website for special offers and promotions. We hope you will return soon and please spread the word. With the economy as it is, we value your patronage and your ability to tell others about Six Seven now more than ever. We appreciate you!
Things didnt start well when I was given instructions on how to eat my Tuna Poke. Pleeaase! How patronizing. We felt out of place because we were dressed, and everyone else was wearing the likes of bedazzled Mariners shirts and baseball caps. This place is a gaudy tourist trap for out-of-towners.
We sent 3 dishes back, and were comped for none of them. $400 meal, poor service, poor food. There are a dozen restaurants in Seattle that beat this place away for less money. 1 star for the nice view. Fake fine dining.
Beautiful view, wonderful food & wine!. My husband and I stayed at the Edgewater and dined at Six Seven last February and it was absolutely a fantastic time! The food was delicious and the view of the water combined with the romantic atmosphere of the restaurant made for a perfect evening.
There apparently was a good reason the restaurant was nearly empty.... I went to the Six Seven restaurant expecting an exceptional fine dining experience. Instead, I paid fine dining prices for formally presented but mediocre cuisine. The vegetables accompanying the meals were meager (the generous amount of asparagus described by our server was probably no more than two spears), undercooked (raw sweet potatoes anyone?), and reminded me of my last (and only) visit to the Village Inn. In the end we left the restaurant over $80 lighter (with no drinks or dessert), with nothing positive to say for our experience at Six Seven.
Too Dark, Too pushy and Too expensive for the experience. We were disappointed in the fine dining at the 67. It was too dark inside and you couldn't even see what was on your plate. The biggest complaint was the service. We were rushed through our soups and salads, rushed through the palate cleanser and hounded about if we were finished with our plates. To top it off, before we were ready to leave, and only 15 minutes after finishing the main course we were handed our coats. For the price we paid and for the availability of other tables - we should have been allowed to finish our conversation. I would have even preferred that they ask us to retire to the common room to converse as they needed the table. The salmon for being fresh was over cooked (dry) and coated in glaze to the point that you couldn't taste the unique flavors of the salmon itself. I couldn't believe that we were subjecting friends and business partners from out of town to this horrible example of Seattle's food and especially our fresh Salmon. I was incredibly disappointed and will not be returning or recommending this dining place in the future.
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