Queen Anne Cafe

Written by on November 11, 2015 in I Eat Seattle, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

(No website found at time of publishing) – Upper Queen Anne, Seattle, Washington

Queen Anne Cafe

How I heard of this place: A good friend of mine, and a United States Navy Veteran raves about the Veteran’s Day deal (free breakfast) each year. This year, I had the opportunity to join him and our significant others for a Veteran’s Day breakfast.

Queen Anne Cafe Entry

Type of cuisine: A diner with everything from country-fried steak on the breakfast menu, to hummus and pita bread, burgers, gyros, salads and pastas. Your all-in-one diner experience at the top of Queen Anne Hill.

Queen Anne Cafe Indoor Seating

Ambiance: A neighborhood cafe, only slightly updated from the 1970s, with booth seating and chairs and tables, yellow walls and sparse decor. Comfortable, cozy and perfect for families!

Queen Anne Cafe Inside

What I ordered: Knowing we had a full day of eating ahead, I opted for a simple Brown Sugar and Milk Oat meal ($5.95).

Queen Anne Cafe Oatmeal

My husband selected the Denver Omelette ($12.50) with diced ham, onion, green pepper and cheddar cheese, served with hash browns.

Queen Anne Cafe Omelet

Our dining companion chose from the Breakfast Special menu, the Huevos Rancheros ($10.95) with hash browns.

Queen Anne Cafe

What I loved: Delightfully surprised by the oatmeal, I was pleased with the consistency and flavor. The bite of omelette I tried from my husband was tasty, but the perfectly crisped yet soft hash browns truly stole the show.

Why I loved it: A simple and true neighborhood diner with less than that neighborhood prices.

Cost: Average ($10 – $13 per breakfast dish)

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