Bellevue >Joey's Restaurant-Bellevue Pl
Good food, I lke. This place is fantastic. The food is to die for. The restaurant is cute, and fancy at the same time. They do good work. A bit pricey but well worth it.
worst food. joeys restaurant big name but doesnt worth to go there and eat. service was ok but cold food and when you order something else and you get something else what you ll say..ruin our special night dinner..
One of my favorite places in Bellevue!. My friend and i went to Joey's in Bellevue last night. We had wonderful service and were offered a complimentary ahi taco appetizer. The manager Christina is AMAZING and was so accommodating to my dietary needs :) Great place to go, there is something for everyone and everything I have had there has been fabulous! Great Job Joey's Bellevue,....I'll be back next time I am in town!
Worst drinks in town. I never knew that mojitos can taste like a tap water... Desetrs are pretty good. Food is decent.
There are a lot of good places to eat in Bellevue. This place is good but not great if you compare it to all the other good places in Bellevue and Seattle.
Good food if you order right.
The decor is nice, but Joey's is clearly more about attractive waitresses than about food. Their bar is super popular for older women and college age guys (you get the idea). The front desk staff have always been pleasant to me while I waited for take-out and I once got a free ltitle appetizer.
Once seated, the service is typically slow and most of the menu choices range from bland to downright greasy. However, I did discover some safe choices. Their steak is quite reasonable and it comes with a crunchy shell with mashed potato inside and cheese/sour cream on top, yum! For dessert, their molten chocolate cake with ice cream is very nice.
I used to order out a lot, where thankfully you don't have to deal with their slow service. Overall, Joey's is an unsurprisingly bland addition to Bellevue downtown.
A bit preferrential. I took my wife out to Joey's on a Saturday night. Needless to say I wanted to make it special. We decided to go to Joey's in Bellevue for dinner. We were asked to provide our name and telephone number. No problem. We were told we would have to wait 15 min for a table. No problem. We sat down and started talking / catching up etc. I look around and notice a "pretty" blond couple has sat down as well waiting for a table. No problem. A few minutes later the blond couple is asked to come into the restaurant and go to their seats. What? I signal to the hostess and she yells back to me "You guys are next". OK. But why did the other couple get in sooner? A few more minutes go by and we are asked to go to our table. As we walk up the Hostess says "I am so sorry it took so long". As soon as we get there we notice that the "pretty" blond couple is siting and ordering their food - at a larger booth while we have been seated in a smaller booth. Why? Even though there are two larger booths open next to the window. I look at my wife and we both decide Sorry Joey's - your approach to us was not fair - we are East Indian. We decide to leave before ordering - and as we do - I tell the hostess that it wasn't fair for her to seat the other couple first. She starts to argue with me saying that the other couple had been waitlisted?!? As we walk out another hostess follows says saying that "Joey's will give us a gift certificate if we come back." What?!? Again sorry Joey's but a better approach would be first come first serve regardless of skin color.
Love Joey!. Lunch with Joey is a weekly reward I give myself for all my hard work at Microsoft. The food is tasty, the servers are professional and fun! Thank you for creating a wonderful experience time and time again!
YUMM!. We love Joey's! Start off with a stawberry lemon drop, followed by the fantastic lettuce wraps, and top it off with a molten lava souffle. It's a delicious night out!
smelly bar. I have been to Joey's a couple times, bar and restaurant, and each time the bar always smells funny. Kinda like my old college days of going to the fraternity houses.... Food is decent, but the last experience in the bar has now confirmed that I will not be going there again. Beside the fact it smelled, the host followed us in and told our group that we were under suspect, and that we would probably not be served because he felt one our friends in our group seemed to have drank to much. We were just coming from a 40th birthday dinner and one person was a little tipsy, so somewhat understandable they may not serve him. The fact they said we all "were questionable" was insulting as we were not drunk, so we promptly left.
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