[Sca-cooks] How to Cook a Wolf
lordhunt at gmail.com
Sat Dec 12 10:11:42 PST 2009
On this restaurant in Seattle, WA my son wrote:
> We got there a little before 6 in hopes of getting a table and we did indeed. There were 2 tables left when we got there.
> The menu is based around sharing, so they recommend getting 3-5 dishes
> and sharing them all. The food was pretty good. I wouldn't say it's
> amazing, and I don't think it really deserves that much hype. But it
> was good and service was kind and attentive. The place is small, and
> they could use some better ventilation for the kitchen. At any rate
> even though the tables are very close, the "virtual" separation is
> fine. So yeah, good place, not worth waiting in line over.
Son is a gourmet cook so he is rather critical if things are not worth a 10.
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