Whole Foods Deli

Written by on February 18, 2010 in I Eat Seattle, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

(wholefoodsmarket.com) – Bellevue

How I heard of this place: Everyone knows of Whole Foods. Many know of Whole Foods pre-made foods to go. Samyar introduced me to their breakfast burritos.

Type of cuisine: A plethora of options from a salad bar to a soup bar to curries, roasted vegetables, sandwiches and other cooked goodness for any mood and any eater.

Ambiance: Completely casual. Pack up your food choice of the day to go or eat in plastic ware at one of the tables set up in the small seating area.

What I ordered: Both my dining companion and I picked up breakfast burritos, at his recommendation.

On a return visit, Sunday, 20 January 2013On this venture out, a friend was visiting and we decided a nice walk in the crisp, cold wintery air of Arlington would be a welcome retreat from our cup after cup of tea at home. We made our way from Ballston to Clarendon, and continued beyond each restaurant and cafe to Whole Foods. Here, we enjoyed – me, for the first time – Whole Foods prepacked sushi!

Whole Foods Sushi

What I loved: I love that it tasted like something I’d make at home without the hassel of prep time and clean-up. It also tasted fresh made without all of the sugar and grease that usually comes with a fast food breakfast.

Why I loved it: I loved the quickness of the stop. Whether for premade goodies or a bite to order, the food tastes good, options abound for all diets and the food satisfies, keeping you satiated until the next meal.

Cost: high ($6 per burrito)

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