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User Reviews (10 Reviews)
- Lola SeattleAug 05, 2013
Lola is an incredible Greek restaurant that is open for breakfast lunch or dinner. My favorite item on the menu are these yummy yummy donuts. They're made to order - they are so light - and served warm with vanilla mascarpone and rhubarb jam on the side. Heaven!!!Recommended for:Foodies
- Lola SeattleMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 5Mar 12, 2013
**ALL ABOUT THE GRILLED OCTOPUS**
Just got off the plane and needed a quick bite and a cocktail.
LOLA SAVED THE NIGHT.
GRILLED OCTOPUS - $18
Grilled octopus, roasted delicata squash, cauliflower puree, pork belly, and poached egg?
Are you kidding me?! Heavenly TASTY bites! The gooey poached egg MADE that dish!
BEE'S KNEES - $10
This was OK. I would have given LOLA a 5 star rating, but this cocktail was weak sauce. Too much sugar and not enough gin.
One dish and one cocktail = $30 wasn't exactly business-solo-cheap, but hey, it was worthy.
My bartender, Darren, was marvelous and attentive. Not pushy, kept filling up my water glass.
RECOMMEND for a late-night bite before midnight. Skip the Bee's Knees. Maybe go for my second choice, the Sidecar, instead.
- Lola SeattleOct 25, 2012
Lamb shank was probably the best thing I've eaten in my life! Not even playing. Lamb is not something I eat all the time or my favored meat but this was absolutely delicious and hearty. It tasted more like pork. Pricey restaurant but the shank is worth every penny
- Lola SeattleSep 10, 2012
Another beautiful Tom Douglas creation. My favorite is the falafel wrap but it's not served every day, and the chef has actually made it for me when it's not even available on the menu. Now that's what I call service. This food is amazing and it's can the menu is continually change to keep fresh local food in the restaurant
- Lola SeattleJul 05, 2012
I was somewhat disappointed by this place because it was so well rated and so well talked about by a friend. Came here for their brunch / lunch menu and got some breakfast items and some lunch items. Mainly tasted the lamb skewers and the lamb burger that was so well raved, and the bf had some breakfast items along with their sampler dip.
The only thing I honestly enjoyed was their sampler dip because they have the most delicious pita bread I've ever tasted. I'm sure they use like one stick of butter in each wedge but I don't care its soooo good. They have 7 different kinds of spreads and they're all pretty good but the hummus is probably their best. yogurt being second!
The lamb burger I got was extremely dry and tasted odd and not really like what I expected it to taste like. The lamb skewers were just okay, like they were good but needed tons of yogurt sauce to taste great like they should. The oatmeal was good (from their brunch menu) but their innovations on Greek food was mostly lost in all the nifty little presentations they tried to do. I may come back in the future for breakfast items / brunch items only or just buy their dip but I would not stay for lunch or dinner.