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Neighborhoods:
West Queen Anne, Magnolia - Queen Anne, Queen Anne
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Italian Restaurants, Mediterranean Restaurants, Bar & Grills, Restaurants

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VanessaS363
06/17/2012
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This was my second visit to How to Cook a Wolf and I was not impressed. The Kusshi oysters were weird with a rhubarb snow cone on top and it was not to any of our liking. Despite asking our server if the pork belly was crispy, and he assured us it was seared, it came out soft and rubbery (yuck). On the positive side, the scallops were cooked perfectly and the anchovy pasta was delicious. Also, the server should h... view more

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MelSolis
02/07/2011
Simply Excellent

The food is fabulous.Very creative and lots of fun. As are the drinks. Get there at 5pm when they open and you'll get a table right away. If not, expect a long wait because it is a very small restaurant. Really a neighborhood restaurant that makes living in the city so much fun. Not cheap but would rather have good food than cheap food. Go with another couple and order a lot of different dishes and share. You'll love... view more

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switzblitz
10/08/2010
Cramped and Expensive. The food was very good though.

Finding a good balance between cost and quality is very difficult in any purchase. When you add location and atmosphere it can make things even harder. The food is excellent. The food is expensive. The drinks are expensive. The atmosphere is nice. The restaurant is cramped. There were only two tables that were available for a party of 4. Very long wait times for the table. So unfortunately, the foo... view more

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Seattleite1123
11/30/2009
Great place to try new and interesting plates

I went here on a Saturday night and got a table right away (granted, it was a little before 6 and we got the last open table, but it was nice to not wait at all). We ordered quite a few small plates, all of which were delicious, interesting, and perfectly cooked. The pate bruschetta was absolutely amazing, I am still dreaming about it. I had never even tried pate before but I'm glad that my first experience was here.... view more

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tracyanna
10/15/2009
holy cow good!

truly one of the BEST meals i've had in seattle. the cook even changed one dish we ordered to accomodate my diet....and was happy to do so. our waitress was professional, a rare treat! a woman next to our table knocked over her glass of red wine...it splashed my new light gray sude shoes. the waitress was all over it and averted a shoe disaster. she offered to have the restaurant pay the cleaning bill AND she ... view more

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LoganII
04/22/2009
don't believe the hype

It was special night for a friends birthday. Four people, very quiet, no cake, no candles but in the end it just didn't feel very special. The no reservation policy was troublesome but we were early in the evening and we squeezed in fairly quickly-w/in 45 minutes. The service was.......terrible, the waiter was just BAD and didn't seem to care. We tried to engage him and it never took A few of the dishes were quite g... view more

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bistecca
03/16/2009
Good not great

We've been anxious to try this place, but had to plan it on a night we could get there before 6:00 to a wait. We got a table right away at 5:45 on a Sunday evening (all tables were full 15 minutes later). The service was efficient and pleasant, everyone smiled and greeted us when we arrived. The food was very good: Beef carpaccio was the best we've had; Beet salad was full of chopped golden beets and pistachios; ... view more

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bugaboo76
02/10/2009
Underwhelming and overpriced

My husband and I tried this place after reading good reviews in the local print press. Now we wish we'd researched this site first! We arrived shortly after their 5:00 pm. opening on a recent Friday night, and we were seated immediately. Service was good but not exceptional, and the food was uninspiring. The scallops with pigs' ears at $18 arrived with just two smallish specimens on the plate. I've dined in high and ... view more

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DonnyBigTime
10/26/2008
?How to Cook a Wolf? more aptly named ?How NOT to run a Restaurant?.

My wife and I were immediately drawn to How to Cook a Wolf because of its reputation, its pedigree and of course its name from the moment we began seeing its restaurant reviews. We had our first dining experience at this Queen Anne, Seattle, WA establishment on a Saturday in October and arrived at 7:30 pm with the expectation of a lengthy wait (no reservations taken). Upon our arrival, we learned the wait would be... view more

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mfuntanilla
10/21/2008
Love the Wolf.

For a restaurant that has an ever-changing menu, it can be hit-or-miss and when we were there, it was amazing! The place is very small and doesn't take reservations so go early or really late or else you'll be waiting for a while. So on a Friday, my friend and I arrive at 4:45 (they open at 5:00) and there was already a line reaching the end of the block. There were only two of us so we secured a spot at the bar.... view more

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