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Business Details

19

years

in Business

BBB Rating:
A+
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Hours:

Regular Hours

Sat - SunClosed

General Info:
Salumi Artisan Cured Meats is a USDA Salumi Meat Curing Facility. We produce meats for our Deli, which is adjacent to the Meat Curing facility as well as wholesale customers within the US. Within Seattle, our cured meats can be purchased at DeLaurenti (Pike Place Market) and the Metropolitan Markets throughout the area. In our deli, you may purchase sandwiches, soup, pasta and cured meats. If you wish sliced meats, you must order these in advance.
Extra Phones:

Phone: (206) 223-0817

Primary Phone: (206) 223-0817

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Neighborhoods:
Downtown Seattle, Pioneer Square, Downtown
AKA:

Salumi Restaurant

Salumi Artisan Cured Meats

Categories:
Butchering, Grocery Stores, Meat Markets
Other Information:

Parking: Street

Bike Parking: Yes

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes, No

Attire: Casual

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04/13/2011

Overall
Batali- not so good.

Terrible! The line was out the door only because they move slower than snails. The place has limited seating and you can hardly move.
Pieces of fat can be pulled out of the meatballs that are overly seasoned to begin with! This was not a huge problem because the sandwiches were mostly bead and no meat, the cheese also sucked probably the cheapest provolone you can get from a major food distributer like FSA.

If I were you I would save my money and go to subways ... $5 footlong thats actually edible.

11/27/2009

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Overall
Great People Great Food

Thought the location was super cute and unique. Everything has always been yummy although I have never been to NY so have no comparison. the staff has always been friendly and helpful. Maybe if you don't arrive with an attitude you don't get one from the staff.

09/11/2009

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Overall
Wish there were more

This place has great salami. Their specials are dang good too0. especially the soups. ChumBotta? When i asked, they said it was kitchen sink soup, everything in it including salami! With a hunka bread, that was a meal itself.

09/09/2009

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Just hype, place is a dump

Long lines ouside for garbage sandwhices. stale bread,Thin slices, poor food handling, dirty counters.Must be living off the Batati name.I would never go back here .

06/05/2009

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Overall
I also don't get it!

This placed would be laughed off the block in Philadelphia, a place for true, delectable Italian sandwiches. I must agree that the counter people are disturbingly slow and preoccupied with their own issues. The line was out the door, (still not sure why) and she is talking to her coworker about what they did last night, slowly arranging salami, one by one, on the bread. Appalling!! The sandwich is ok, but I'll take a south Philly hoagie in a heartbeat. Overall very disappointing, and not worth the hype, or wait. Come ON!

03/04/2009

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Overall
fabu salumi, so so sandwich

I finally made it to Salume yesterday and I don't get it. First the good points: no doubt about it, their salume are excellent. I got the 'winter' salumi, with green, white, and pink peppercorns. The other half dozen choices sounded very good too. The bread for the sandwich was excellent, too; I got the olive oil bread. The other choice was a ciabatta. Now, when they put the salumi on the bread, it's less than fair. I have two complaints: There is an 8:1 ratio of bread to salumi, and they don't remove the rind. I was constantly pulling these plastic like shreds out of my mouth and I think I swallowed several before I realized what was going on. The salume are sliced so thin you hardly get any taste, but you do get the aroma so your brain it tricked into thinking you are eating a hearty sandwich. (very clever that madman) Next time, I'll simply buy some salume and good bread and make my own sandwiches. They do ship so that will save me the wait in line. One other complaint: I didn't like one of the counter girls; she was making a quartet of sandwiches for the person in line in front of me and you'd think she was preparing the bread for communion -- much too preoccupied with herself and taking too long; I mean it's only a sandwich.

09/23/2008

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Overall
Bad customer service

Went with a few friends today at lunchtime. Got there at noon, and we weren't surprised at the long line. But when we finally got in the doors, we could see why the line took over one hour. Absolute and total disregard for the customers waiting on a work day! The staff very calmly and SLOWLY made sandwiches, pausing to talk to anyone for any length of time about just about anything. I have every sympathy when servers are overworked and busy, but these three women barely worked! I felt it was total disregard for their customers, and disregard for the owner! Good meat, but really! I won't return.

07/20/2008

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Overall
Best salami in the country

This was my first trip to seattle, to visit friends. I had heard all about this place and read the reviews. Many are good and a few are not so good. I myself, loved it. Yes the line was long (I am told the busiest days are fridays and all days in July/August) so I arrived at 11. I waited about 20 minutes. I had no clue what to order because it was a bit confusing. I asked for help and ended up with free tastes of everything (not to mention the frequent samples that were passed to the folks waiting in line.) I decided on the mole and mozzarella, with the mini baguette, which i understand is new in the last year, for folks who want a softer bread. My friend had the muffo. We shared, and we loved both. The people working there were extremely busy, but incredibly friendly. The customers all seemed happy. I am going to return next week and give it another whirl, maybe i will try the meatballs, i hear they are a bargain, and huge.

07/18/2008

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Overall
Oxtail............OX NOT !!!!!!

I gave it one star out of respect to Mario.........My family went there after seeing it on No Reservations and because we are big fans of Mario, Anthony Bourdain, and cured meats. It was a Thursday around 11:00 am, waited in line for 30 minutes only to find out that they were out of the first 2 items we ordered. Since it was our first visit two of us settled on the meat and cheese plate thinking how could we go wrong. Well the meat was paper thin, dry and as tough as jerky, the bread was like shoe leather possibly because the server picked up a plate that was already made and sitting to the side, apparently for awhile. Two of our group ordered the oxtail sandwiches which were so greasy it was running down there hands and arms, again the bread was so hard that when you tried to take a bite all of the meat fell out. We were a group of four and could only find 2 seats so we asked the server if any other seats were available ( they DO have a back room seating area) but were told that we would just have to wait until someone left. The service was BAD, the employees RUDE, the food TERRIBLE. Armandino remarked on No Reservations that he never really intended for the place to be such a success and apparently his son's reputation is the only reason it is. I would not recommend it to anyone!

06/09/2008

Provided by Citysearch - 
Overall
not so hot

Saw it on No Reservations and heard a lot of great things.I am a foodie and this place sucked, service was slow and rude, sandwich was made before they told us they had nothing to put on it, they had run out of condiments but didn't suggest another choice, even charged full price! bread was dry and everything was overpriced!!! The salami....well it was GREAT! but for the experience we had I would not reccomend or return! I think the who;e thing is a little overrated!

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