Maria Hines gets it. She makes great food from responsible sources, and give back to the community too!
Six of us ate here on a Thursday evening. Restaurant is a converted private house, circa 1913 or so. Food was good, but not fabulous (sablefish was fishy and the salsify under it greasy), and we waited a long time for entrees. Wine was overpriced. Bread and butter were divine. Chocolate ganache dessert a bit ordinary. Portions small. I'd go... More
Returning to the restsurant after two previous visits over the last two years I was shocked by the unpleasant experience. We were seated at a table for two wedged next to a pillar, next to a raucous group of four, with a view if the WCs. At the end if the meal I felt as though I had eaten a... More
Just ok food with very small portion for the high price. Everything we tried has a sour taste except for the bread. Wouldn't recommended. For the price I would go to somewhere else. Service is good though. Their chocolate cake is the best I've had. But too bad I won't come back just for the cake.
Skip this one. Very noisy with slow service in very cramped quarters with small potions of bland food. I don't really know what else to say but I wont be rushing back. Bring your own soda if you are a diet coke addict as they don't have soda. I don't even drink soda but my wife was on a sugar... More
I've gotten out of the habit of eating at pricier restaurants. Would do it more, if I could carve out 2 hours a day to work it off. But that just means when I do eat somewhere that's a dollar sign or two higher than my average gastropub or local neighborhood spot, I choose well, and can revel in exceptionally... More
My son and I had dinner here during restaurant week. We selected off the limited menu and supplemented it with the roasted delicata squash, wine and coffee. The restaurant is a converted house with both indoor and outdoor seating. Though the tables appear close together, they're not and we had ample room. The noise level is on the high side... More
Tilth is a house restaurant with small tables and modern informal, intimate interior. The ingredients, all locally sourced, contribute to menus weighted to vegan and vegetarian dishes. A superb carrot risotto is one. Outstanding soups, less successful (oversalted) fish courses. Nice flights of local cheeses in small portions. Wine list is geared to Washington state and is a bit sparse.... More
Tilth offers a true dining experience. The staff is knowledgeable, helpful and attentive. I am sometimes wary of "organic" restaurants, but I was pleasantly surprised. The food is out of this world with combinations of flavors are delightful, and they have some wonderful wines at very reasonable prices. Four of us ordered several appetizers and shared so we could all... More
Once again, we visited Tilth while visiting Seattle. (Fourth visit in four years--we check reviews and keep returning!) It was as good as ever, and as busy and bustling as ever! The food is so well prepared and the flavor combinations very interesting. I like the casual atmosphere and enjoy watching the diverse crowd of patrons. The servers are so... More
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