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We were staying in Seattle and took the ferry over the Whidbey Island. A friend had recommended Prima, so we made lunch reservations there. Was surprised that it had Seattle fine dining prices in a casual cafe environment. The food was good, but not exceptional....More
If you're looking for excellent food, service, wine, charcuterie, and some views of the water and Victorian Langley try Prima Bistro. The menu is fresh, slightly French, and delicious. Try the warm olives, the Nicoise salad, warm Penn Cove mussels, the amazing sides, and wonderful...More
Hubby and I just got back from dinner here. There has been a restaurant at this location for the 25 years or so we've visited the island, the location and setting are winners.nthe food and ambiance consistently good. At dinner time, I would say the...More
Great lamb burger and fries, cold beer on tap and a full bar. A bit on the expensive side but the food and service is top notch. Salads and soups are unique and tasty. So if you want something light, that's an option.
Cozy atmosphere, good food, and a friendly wait staff await you at Prima Bistro. While the escargot was not quite as good as I had in France, the food was decidedly French with bed baked on the premises.
Interesting event. Clearly, lots of heart went into everything served. Everyone was having a great time, and the wines really flowed. Would be very interested to go back on another occasion and experience the regular menu.
Truly unique and sophisticated menu!
Can’t remember all of the many items, but great many choices.
Reuben sandwich large enough for 3 meals came on a homemade rye bread with fabulous sauerkraut slaw.
Daughter had the bacon/ gruyere quiche wich was about 4” tall!
Every local that I had asked for a dining recommendation referred me to this place. I was really looking forward to it. My friend and I visited on a weeknight (we had made reservations, as had been suggested). There appeared to be many locals there...More
Response from wrigley189 | Reviewed this property |
I'm a weekly diner there but am not qualified to answer your question, since my husband and I have no dietary issues. I also suggest contacting the restaurant (ask to speak to Jenn or Sieb, the owners).
Response from primabistro | Property representative |
Hi Lynn, the chicken sandwich is no longer on the menu...sorry! This is the struggle we have - we want to be able to change up the menu, but then when we do, we take away someone's very favorite thing! Hopefully you'll... More
Hi Lynn, the chicken sandwich is no longer on the menu...sorry! This is the struggle we have - we want to be able to change up the menu, but then when we do, we take away someone's very favorite thing! Hopefully you'll find a new favorite!
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