What to eat in and around Seattle today: Marmite

Oct 5 2020, 4:47 pm

What began as a takeout spot in 2016 quickly blossomed into lunch and dinner destination Marmite.

The Chophouse Row spot serves up fancy-sounding dishes at modest price points.

Those dining for lunch can expect to spend $4 to $6 on soup, and up to $16 for a main. At dinner time, enjoy mains priced from $16 to $42.

Marmite’s entire menu is jaw-droppingly beautiful. Whether you’re going for a soup and salad or a big plate, you won’t be left without an Instagrammable plate.

 

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For salads, we recommend the salade de canard confit. For lunch, the fried rabbit legs and omelette forestière take the cake.

 

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For dinner, we recommend the blintzes, grilled asparagus, and coquilles St Jaques — grilled scallops, lemon verbana beurre blanc, and fensi sauteed with sea beans, toasted hazelnuts, and shiso in a yuzu and chive sesame oil.

 

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Marmite is open for lunch from 12 to 4 pm, and dinner from 5 to 9 pm Tuesday to Sunday.

Marmite

Location: 1424 11th Avenue, Seattle
Phone: 206-755-8606
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