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Founded in 1996, Palace Kitchen is a family-owned restaurant and bar that offers a range of food and beverage items. It is a part of Tom Douglas Restaurants, and it features a horseshoe-shaped bar, Italian chandeliers, velvet drapes, gilded mirrors, paintings and intimate private dining room facilities. The restrobar offers a selection of dinner and dessert specials, as well as cocktails and wine varieties. Its menu includes appetizers, American cheese, salads, soups, entrees, grilled items, chocolate mousse cake, ice cream and happy hour meal specials. Additionally, it offers online gift card forms and advance reservation options for parties. Palace Kitchen is located in Seattle.
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Phone: (206) 448-1979

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Neighborhoods:
Downtown Seattle, Belltown
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American Restaurants, Hamburgers & Hot Dogs, Bar & Grills, Take Out Restaurants, Caterers, Restaurants

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girlandcoconut
01/25/2010
Tried and true

I visited with my best friend for some catching up time. We had a glass of wine at the bar during the short wait for a table. The restaurant was full but we were seated quickly. The bar is really cramped which is a shame because it's a lovely space to have a drink after work. I really enjoy the overall atmosphere, it's a large space but feels warm and cozy at the same time. I also appreciate being able to hear the p... view more

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francis2008
05/08/2008
home away from home

I'm a regular here and I can't think of another place I've ever felt more welcome or more at home. No matter whats on the seasonally menu (which makes it all the easier to go back again and again) I'm never dissapointed and I'm always excited to see what I might find when I sit down. Best bar in the city, best most consistantly good food in the city and by far the friendliest (but not in over zealous) staff I have ... view more

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maddhatter66
11/25/2007
HMMM why the hype!!!! What am i missing

I have gone to this place a few times looking for that one meal that tells me that this is truely the place that food dreams are made of, I must say that the food is just good in a mediocer way, there was nothing that stood out to be wonderfull, delightfull, or could even use the verbage to melt in your mouth, I had a very strange kalamata olive app that to me and forgive me as i am no chef, but it was a strange mixt... view more

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jclauson
09/07/2007
Favorite Restaurant in Seattle!

Love, love, love this place! Great ambience, service and food (try the small plates). We've been there numerous times and have never been disappointed. Waits can be a little long, grab a seat at the bar if you can and enjoy the night.

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alicianoele
06/05/2007
Excellent food and service--a real winner.

After having sub-par experiences at both Etta's and Lola this year, I had pretty much become disenchanted with Seattle chef-god Tom Douglas. My opinion changed tonight, however, after a fantastic dinner at Palace Kitchen. Tom, you are redeemed. First things first, I have to commend the absolutely stellar service we received all evening long at Palace. When we arrived, the hostess advised us there was a 45-minute w... view more

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msmae
04/08/2007
Not so good!

The Trio desert I had at the restaurant over the weekend was one of the worst desserts I've had. One was a chocolate bar, which was horrible chocolate with a butter-finger like crust on the top. The idea was good the result was not. There was also a slushy like drink that tasted like ice and flavored sugar, a 7/11 slurpee would have been better. Last on the plate was an eclar with a maple glaze on top, would have bee... view more

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jc425
02/10/2007
One of the best

I love this place. It's the first restaurant I take anyone to when they visit from out of town. Best ambience of any restuarant in Seattle. The olive poppers are not to be missed, while the cheese plates always have some tasty surprises. I usually have whichever fish is on the menu, and they have all been excellent--although a companion once disliked the whole trout.

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noahc
01/14/2007
Great group atmosphere, wine list, and service.

It's been a while, so I while don't recall what I ordered I know that I thoroughly enjoyed my dinner. On the other hand, my girlfriend's dish (linguine with mussels) was salty. Salty? Too much? Not enough? Well... At first she didn't mind, but by the end of the dinner, maybe because it was the bottom of the dish it was so salty that she couldn't finish it and we almost sent it back. In retrospect we should have. I'm ... view more

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smilsow
12/12/2006
good, but I've had better

I received a gift certificate to any Tom Douglas restaurant so my boyfriend and I decided to try this place. There was a wait when we got there, which we expected. We walked around town for a little then decided to go back and wait in the bar since it was cold. Bartender was busy, but eventually served us. We were then seated our blonde waitress was extremely nice and helped with recommendations. We had the lave... view more

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jen82
11/20/2006
I'm lovin' it!

Best burger in town, yes it is $12 but it's not like we haven't paid that much bizillions of times at RR. The menu is tiny but so well put together. My favourites: the whole trout (fresh and delicious everytime even at midnight!), cheese burger (with bacon, of course) and their creme caramel which keeps gettin better and better. \r ps. if you are a margarita on the rocks lover.. this is the palace for you!

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