More Seattle Restaurants and Recipes

I’d like to share with you some more of my favorite Seattle restaurants and some things I’ve made to eat the past week.

Before we start, I want to make it clear that I did not go to all of these places in a day, it’s just where I happened to go in the past week or so. šŸ˜‰

Where to start…let’s start with breakfast. I think I’ve mentioned this place before,Ā Tilikum Place Cafe, still super love this place! And I don’t know if they’ve been doing special Dutch babies for long, but they are popular for their Dutch babies. What? You’ve never heard of a Dutch baby? Let me enlighten you. A Dutch baby is a puffy pancake that can be filled with some amazingness. Tilikum had a Dutch baby special that had sausage, ricotta, thyme, and brussels sprouts in it. And yeah, it was delicious. If you do go to this lovely restaurants, please, please, please, make reservations. Regulars do; so this place will turn away many customers who try to drop in.


Right around the corner from Tilikum Place Cafe is my favorite coffeehouse,Ā Cherry Street Coffehouse. I ordered my favorite, chai with almond milk…seasonally, they make their own pumpkin spice and it is to die for. This is a great place to relax or work and the baristas are super friendly.Ā 

I have a few other things I want to share like the tacos I made and the awesome grilled veggie bowl I made, but I will save those until I can post the recipes, so let’s go straight to desserts.

Cookies, who doesn’t love them? One of my favorite cookies is fromĀ Metropolitan MarketĀ that you can get from the cafe. It is a $3 cookie…and you may think, “that’s crazy”, but try it! It is so delicious! I wonder if I could tweak a recipe and get it to be as yummy as theirs? (I did sprinkle the sea salt on it)


Cream puffs! You can find my recipe here:Ā Cream Puff with Mascarpone Filling

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And I know I’ve mentioned Fruit Bliss Cafe…and I can’t say enough about that place! In the picture below you can seeĀ Milk Custard With Mix Fruit and Grass Jelly & Sage With Coconut Milk.


If you do come to Seattle I hope you stop by some of these places!

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