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Bitter Lake, Northwest Seattle
Categories
Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch Restaurants, Restaurants
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Cuisine: Omelets

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RadiantTimes

07/12/2008

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Mr. Bill's meets expectations

This review is for the Mr. Bill's in Las Cruces, NM, where there is a branch of this restaurant chain. We are pretty picky about our burgers, and the claim that they are the best in town is true. Perfect burgers, great polite service, wonderful 50""s ambiance! See my blog for my complete review of Mr. Bill's in Las Cruces.

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tmresis

02/07/2008

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Amaizing Restaurant Closes in Seattle.. so sorry!

Sorry to see the one in Seattle close! Was decent food, and accommodating atmosphere. friendly staff more then happy to help you when you need it too.

billjriv

11/06/2006

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Mr.Bills is more than just an Average 50's Style Diner

Yes the food portions are huge and taste great,very good prices for the portion sizes,but most failed to mention the waitresses wear short skirts and they have a 5lb hamburger that if you can eat it you get it for free.Good luck!

juliolson

07/19/2006

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Best Chicken Fried Steak ever

Mr. Bills is awesome. Yeah sometimes the service is a little slow but it's well worth the wait.
I was very sad when the closed the one in the Everett Mall. But I'm glad the Seattle one is still open.

lecagot

06/06/2006

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Fun 50's theme restaurant

50's food portions, reasonable prices, and good food and service make Mr Bills my favorite place for breakfast. The place is a museum of 1950's and early 60's photos and artifacts that is nearly impossible to fully examine in one visit. Clean restrooms and a crowd of normal Americans (not to be found at many of the trendy, expensive nouveau restaurants in Seattle). Highly recommended.

precioustn790

05/17/2004

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Awsome Eats

I love going to Mr. Bill's for breakfast. The portions are large and reasonably priced. The servers are friendly and keep your coffee cup full. The only waiting I've ever had to do was for getting a table because the place is so popular.

bdizzle

05/12/2004

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best cheap food around

I have been going to mr bills for over a year. It is the only place where you can get good burger and a 32 oz beer for $10 they have a huge selection of burgers, and other meals. the service is always freindly, and helpful. I have never waited a long time for food, and will return many more times.

glassguy95

02/24/2004

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Mr. Bills....the worst!

Mr. Bills is by far the worst place I've ever attempted to dine, if you got through the wait times and the not so pleasant hostess. The foods not all that great either, the burgers taste like they're on the verge of freezer burn, and the chicken, I think jerky is more tender!

rex_havoc

12/14/2003

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crap service and arduous waits

Despite the admonitions of drunk betties in the bar section, this place is totally not worth the time and trouble. I have been there four times. Two of the occasions I walked out because of awful service and horrendous waits. One occasion was reasonably pleasant and somewhat timely. The fourth I remained because we had a large party that had some fond recollections of this trough- -the wait time was 51 minutes for six sandwiches. Strangely, their grill has been down for almost two years--or this is their all-occasion excuse.

There are far better burger joints in Seattle. Don't settle for this place's excuses. Go to Red Mill Burgers on Phinney and 77th or Kidd Valley over at Stone Way and 50th. Mr. Bill's is a joke. Note to servers: if you want to make tips, go work someplace else.

seattlegal

06/16/2003

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Overall
Good, fun, breakfast

Get over your high service expectations. Have a bloody mary & wait for your chicken-friend steak! It's the best.