4th Street Grill
4004 NE 4th St Ste 101, Renton, WA 98056
Cuisines: Asian, American, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch, Seafood
Price Range : Average
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03/07/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I purchased a Groupon for $20 to get $40 worth of food. The Groupon requires use in one visit and does not prohibit take out orders. This restaurant does do take out orders.
The manager was unprofessional and basically disallowed my use of the Groupon to place my order because it was for take-out. Yelling at me about their contract with Groupon. Again I stated that there were no restrictions printed on the group or in the link for other rules related to the use of the Groupon.
So I am left with having to get a credit from Groupon. I will NEVER go to this restaurant again given that I was yelled at on the phone by the so called manager.
They DO NOT HONOR THEIR ADVERTISING DEALS. Don't go there.
01/05/2011Provided by Citysearch -
We have tried this place twice- what a waste of money. Absolutely terrible food and service. Both times we have been there at dinner time, they have 2 people working the whole restaurant....that is cooking and waiting. Hope you don't want a refill on your water because you aren't going to get it. My husband ordered fish & chips and I swear they served him 3 fish sticks. It was disgusting! I ordered a sandwich and asked if they could substitute cheddar for American cheese and was told they could then was served it with the American cheese on it and told ""this is all we have."" My daughter wouldn't even eat the chicken nuggets and what kid won't eat chicken nuggets? Don't waste your time and money....
THIS PLACE SUCKS...will never return. Service was so bad that when I complained...flunky male coworker jumped into conversation to defend the poor service. Gladly left the joint before even ordering. Prior customer with at least 10 prior visits. Highly recommend u avoid this place.
07/18/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Not Worth the Price - Will NOT GO BACK
5 people for dinner and no alcohol. Bill was over $140 without gratuity. We had a certificate for $50 on a bill of $100, they would not let us use it. Saturday evening and only 2 other tables had guests. Not hard to figure out why. Creme broulee should not even be on the menu - horrible. Food was okay but for the price we could have gone to Newcastle and had a view. The restaurant is in a strip mall........Sign out front says grand opening in March. I noticed that all of the good reviews were prior to that date. Maybe new owners could take a lesson from the previous ones.
06/28/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Tried this place for the first time for breakfast, one of my favorit meals to go out for. Let me just say that I quite honestly had the best Ham and Cheese Omelette there. I asked to add a bit of avocado in with it and it was delicious. Filled with plenty of meat, the eggs were not runny or browned and they were generous with the avocado. The service was pleasant. The place is very nice inside. Looking forward to going back and trying them for lunch.
I only give a con on the coffe because I like a strong coffee and most restaurants serve flavored hot water to me.
05/10/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I've been to this restaurant 3 times. Each time we have frequented this restaurant our service has been extremely slow. They are not staffed to run a restaurant. Twice we have gone for breakfast and both times they forgot our coffee orders. At the last visit, we waited for 60 minutes for our food! 60 minutes, no exageration! Another instance we had a to-go order and when we got home, the sauce was missing from one of our entrees. The food here is defintely delicious, but due to poor service we can't give them a fourth chance.
04/19/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Thank you chef and staff at 4th Street Grill for providing exceptional cuisine at modest prices in the Highlands! The accessible locale and atmosphere help create the memorable dining experiences I've enjoyed, but bottom line...it's the food that keeps me coming back for more. The regular menu with homey treats like melt-in-your-mouth potroast and plump port chops in addition to dinner specials such as crab stuffed trout and crispy Cornish hens were lovingly cooked and presented perfectly whether for a gathering at Easter; accommodating the varied tastes of those in my P.E.O. women's group or as a cozy after church or shopping respite. I'll have no problems now thinking up a convenient and deliciously impressive place to take friends and family when they visit this summer.
04/06/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Finally the Renton Highlands has a great restaurant that is worthy to take friends to! I've been there twice now and had the down home American comfort food once, and the asian noodle bowl another time. Each dish earns high praise from me with it's fine flavors, generous portions and wonderful presentation. The creme brulee is excellent. The staff is personable and quick to please. Even when it is busy, the food came quickly. The atmosphere and decore is very nice, nearly upscale, yet welcoming. Prices are super reasonable. Anywhere else you go for this kind of food you'd pay much more.This place has become my new favorite, and I now don't have to go to Issaquah or Bellevue for an excellent meal.