Established in 1996, Jak's Grill is a casual dining establishment that offers dinner, lunch and brunch options. The restaurant serves steak, Caesar and spinach salads. Its menu includes a selection of side dishes, such as fries, garlic-mashed potatoes, saut ed mushrooms and potato pancakes. The restaurant serves cheese ravioli, burgers, and chicken and steak sandwiches. Jak's Grill also offers gift cards of several denominations. The restaurant serves wild Alaskan salmon, Caribbean pork medallions, prawns and wraps. In addition, it provides prime top sirloin and rib eye steaks. The restaurant serves eggs, waffles and biscuits. Jak's Grill offers filet mignon and crab cakes.
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WOW! I checked on the review on this place. And its great. huge portions, small feel, good service. I went for our anniversary it was lovely, we sat in a nice booth. I had the shiskabobs with ribeye and filet. It was seasoned and cooked perfectly. Topped with this cheese. Wonderful! I would go back and recommend to anyone! My hubby loved his too!
We go out to dinner just about every weekend and we try to go to a different place each time. Jak's Grill might be the best steak we have ever had in Seattle. My husband ordered the 40oz porterhouse and I had the petite filet. Both were excellent and cooked to perfection. The appetizers and sides were also AMAZING. The only ""con"" would be that the bread that they give you is not that great, but who cares...everything else was A+. I had a couple of lemon drop martinis and they were incredible and very reasonably priced! Everything was so delicious we had to order dessert and the desserts did not disappoint. I found the staff to be very friendly and the atmosphere was very relaxed, not pretentious at all. We will definitely return very soon.
In the past month I have had (3) brunches and a lunch and loved it until this past Monday. My 85 yr old mother in law went in at 4:45pm to meet my wife, son and his girlfriend. She was told she couldn't sit down, couldn't get a table, they would not speak to her when she asked a question. My wife came at 5:05 pm and was told they couldn't get a table for (4), had to eat in the bar where there was no space with the exception of a table for four. After conversations, the table was set and they agreed (2) would have happy hour and when the other two arrived pay full price. Well, they waited and when they finally gave their drink order they were told they couldn't be served. Quietly they both rose and said to hostess and server, ""with the state of the economy I would think customer service would be first and foremost"" and left. They went next door to the Matador, were greeted warmly, seated, drink order take and food order as well. Excellent meal and we've vowed not to go back until the Manager is apprised of the situation.\r <br>\r
I took my boyfriend to Jak's Grill for his birthday because we had both been wanting to try it. Overall the experience was very nice. The hostess was very accomodating - moving us to another booth at our request when we were first seated. Our server was gracious as well - she explained the differences in the cuts of steak and was quick to ask us if we'd like more drinks when they were getting low. The bread did taste stale, which was a shame but not a huge deal. My boyfriend loved his steak, the chef prepared it to a perfect medium rare. My Salmon entree, on the other hand, which I asked to be prepared Medium Rare as well, came out Well done. It had close to no moistness and very little flavor - which is what happens when you overcook fish. The only other thing that was not enjoyable was the vegetable - some huge pieces of broccoli and carrot with little to no flavor - quite unappetizing. On a good note, we both loved the spinach salads and our wine was teriffic as well.
Living a couple blocks away from Jak's Grill, I've had the pleasure of enjoying my carnivorous side at JaK's Grill in West Seattle. While they've raised their prices over the years, they have still remained one of the best steakhouses in the greater Seattle area and certain, I think, the best steakhouse, dollar for dollar. JaK's supposedly gets their midwestern beef from the same suppliers as El Goucho's and other fine steakhouses. True or not, I've never met a piece of beef there I've never liked.\r <br>The service is friendly and the atmosphere is great. You can come causual or dressed to the nines and you'll feel at home. Very nice wine selection as well.\r <br>About the only negative thing I can say about JaK's is that they simply do not take reservations. Fridays and Saturdays, you should plan to get their early or plan to wait. Worth the wait? Simply put. YES. The other negative thing is that while they server an awesome Rib Eye, they do not have prime rib itself, which is usually my go to cut of meat. \r <br>They're meals are just that, not the Ala Carte style found in the uber high end steakhouses. So you'll get a nice salad, vegies and your choice of rice, baker load up or what is becoming my favorite, potato pancake.\r <br>They have three locations and while I've not tried the other two, the West Seattle locale is a keeper for me.
Got sick the last time I ate there. Terrible wait and bad service. The hostess was hostile and did not care about the long wait. We have had good experiences before and the food was good. This last time, it was crowded and the service was bad. I would not go in a large group or after 6:30. The wait can be up to 2 hours. We will not return.
The Laurel Hurst location My original review was typed over, or, may have been deleted. But I will say it again. In taking friends to JaK's in Laurelhurst, my girls' brother went to the bathroom, and found himself chattering it up with one of the line cooks/supervisor Ron or Ronny whatever. \r <br>Well, this person didn't wash their hands upon leaving the bathroom, after handeling himself using the urinal. I'd approached the hostess to let her know to tell one of the management staff what had just happened. She shrugged and said Oh they wash their hands in the kitchen!!!! GROSS!!!!! ALL THAT SWAM AROUND IN MY HEAD, WAS THE CHILDREN, and that they would be severely ill. If this kitchen supervisor didn't wash in the bathroom, you know he didn't in the kitchen. Coming in contact with thr kitchen doors, countertops, plates, his apron, UTENSILS.....MY GOD!!!!WHAT THE HELL!!!!!!!! When having an establishment that caters food and beverages to the public you commit yourself to high standards of sanitation, so food borne illness can be controlled, but keep in mind that children and the elderly are more prone to becoming fatally ill, causing death. There have been countless cases of contageons when hands are not cleaned, nor surfaces sanitized within the criteria of the Dept. of Health . Steve and I dropped by for a beer after the job, creatures of habit, we gave JaK's a chance. Before the bartender walks the length of the bar, we look up.......and there is the guy, the same guy,.... which told a bigger story. Seeing as how we never received the courtesy of a manager coming to our table the night of the discovery in the bathroom,.. he's still working here, needless to say, we left. I can not let this go! I have to say how sickening it is for something like this not to have been attended to. If anyone asks me about dining at JaK's, I will be nothing but forth coming. This particilar location is not safe, are the other two??
Best steak in Seattle. The skewers are to die for. They cook a little on the rare side at this place, but they usually warn you before you order. The potatoe pancakes are a work of art. I dream about them! \r <br>\r <br>You won't be sad that you had a special dinner at Jaks with a loved one. Or spent the money for the delectable treats they offer. \r <br>\r <br>Great wine menu too, with excellent customer service. The only drawback is the lack of reservations. Be prepared to wait a long time for a table. Also, sometimes the host can be a little cold and uninviting. This is the only issue I have encountered with the staff, however,