Kidd Valley

Written by on August 20, 2011 in I Eat Seattle, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

( – University Village

How I heard of this place: The bright yellow that is Kidd Valley is hard to miss in almost any Seattle neighborhood. While I’m not certain when I first tried Kidd Valley or who introduced me to it, I have most recently returned (at least once a year) with my Entertainment Book coupon to enjoy one menu item for free with the purchase of one menu item. The most recent visit was after a day of shopping in Seattle with my good friend, Leslie.

Type of cuisine: Burgers and fries. Pure, unadulterated, American fare.

Ambiance: Very much a fast food joint – with brightly colored signs, hard plastic tables and chairs, and more stimulation than you know what to do with on the walls, the windows and throughout. About as casual as you can get at a dining establishment.

What I ordered: I seem to always consider another option but end up with the bacon-blue cheese burger ($5.09). This trip was no different. In fact, my dining companion also ordered the same burger, and added the French fries ($1.89), and a soda for $1.99.

What I loved: I loved the pungency of the blue cheese and the pure fries that were so lightly salted they needed nothing to top them off by way of dips and dressings to give them any flavor.

Why I loved it: There is something to be said about enjoying a hot, fresh burger after an entire morning and afternoon of walking, shopping, talking and enjoying the beauty of a summer day in Seattle.

Cost: Average for a good-sized burger that tastes fresher than most fast-food establishments ($4-$6)

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