Preservation Kitchen Bothell Wa

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Preservation Kitchen Bothell Wa

Preservation Kitchen celebrates sharing a good meal with friends and family. We believe that all great things begin at the dinner table.Preservation Kitchen preserves the traditions of regional cuisine and drink. The Northwest seasonal menu supports local producers, and uses sustainable, organic ingredients when possible to create the perfect “fine dining comfort food.” Pair your food with a drink from the extensive book of Wines & Libations to complete your meal.Preservation Kitchen offers the elegance, warmth, and comfort of celebrating any occasion with the ease of feeling at home with family and friends, but without you doing any of the work. The restored historic 1916 Kaysner Estate was formerly home to Bothell’s mayor and is located in a woodsy naturalistic setting. During the summer the outside patio is a relaxing area to grab a cocktail for the daily Happy Hour while enjoying the sprawling grounds.
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Preservation Kitchen Bothell Wa

We came for Seattle Restaurant Week and were really impressed with the menu and the mainly WA wine list. Main course was ribeye reminiscent of Argentinian prep with indirect heat and then a char finish, and lamb leg that fell off the bone with one shake. My girlfriend had the ribeye and enjoyed it, and I loved the mediterranean prep of the lamb – a nice balance of acidity in the feta and OO that accompanied it. Will definitely try the full menu again, but this was a nice intro.**The one caveat would be that parking is a bit of a trial – the on-site parking was jammed when we were there and there was no clear indication of where overflow parking should go since street parking on 522/Bothell Way is a non-starter.
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Preservation Kitchen Bothell Wa

OpenTable Diner (Seattle)·Dined on April 12, 2017We came for Seattle Restaurant Week and were really impressed with the menu and the mainly WA wine list. Main course was ribeye reminiscent of Argentinian prep with indirect heat and then a char finish, and lamb leg that fell off the bone with one shake. My girlfriend had the ribeye and enjoyed it, and I loved the mediterranean prep of the lamb – a nice balance of acidity in the feta and OO that accompanied it. Will definitely try the full menu again, but this was a nice intro.**The one caveat would be that parking is a bit of a trial – the on-site parking was jammed when we were there and there was no clear indication of where overflow parking should go since street parking on 522/Bothell Way is a non-starter.Tags: Worth the Drive, Good for a Date, Fit for Foodies, Historic, Special Occasion, Local Ingredients, Bar Seating, Seasonal, Great for Brunch, Authentic, Cozy, Neighborhood Gem, Good for Anniversaries, Casual, Organic
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Preservation Kitchen Bothell Wa

We've not eaten dinner at Preservation Kitchen for over a year, but, instead have stopped in for happy hour, and lunch a few times at the Ale House which we've enjoyed immensely. We decided to do dinner using the 3 for 32 menu and were very happy we did. Nice selection for that offering and overall great food. My menu included the roasted brussel sprouts with a FABULOUS goat cheese panna cotta, and Lamb shank cooked to perfection, finishing with a nice, textured, chocolate mousse. Portion size was perfect. The only hiccup was the long wait for our drinks. The server was very apologetic, though, and we liked him a lot!
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Preservation Kitchen Bothell Wa

munchingmama (Seattle)·Dined on April 11, 2017We've not eaten dinner at Preservation Kitchen for over a year, but, instead have stopped in for happy hour, and lunch a few times at the Ale House which we've enjoyed immensely. We decided to do dinner using the 3 for 32 menu and were very happy we did. Nice selection for that offering and overall great food. My menu included the roasted brussel sprouts with a FABULOUS goat cheese panna cotta, and Lamb shank cooked to perfection, finishing with a nice, textured, chocolate mousse. Portion size was perfect. The only hiccup was the long wait for our drinks. The server was very apologetic, though, and we liked him a lot!Tags: Local Ingredients, Neighborhood Gem, HistoricWas this review useful to you?Yes·No·Reportfood4ambience4service4value4
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Preservation Kitchen Bothell Wa

munchingmama (Seattle)·Dined on April 11, 2017We've not eaten dinner at Preservation Kitchen for over a year, but, instead have stopped in for happy hour, and lunch a few times at the Ale House which we've enjoyed immensely. We decided to do dinner using the 3 for 32 menu and were very happy we did. Nice selection for that offering and overall great food. My menu included the roasted brussel sprouts with a FABULOUS goat cheese panna cotta, and Lamb shank cooked to perfection, finishing with a nice, textured, chocolate mousse. Portion size was perfect. The only hiccup was the long wait for our drinks. The server was very apologetic, though, and we liked him a lot!Tags: Local Ingredients, Neighborhood Gem, HistoricWas this review useful to you?Yes·No·Report
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Preservation Kitchen Bothell Wa

munchingmama (Seattle)·Dined on April 11, 2017We've not eaten dinner at Preservation Kitchen for over a year, but, instead have stopped in for happy hour, and lunch a few times at the Ale House which we've enjoyed immensely. We decided to do dinner using the 3 for 32 menu and were very happy we did. Nice selection for that offering and overall great food. My menu included the roasted brussel sprouts with a FABULOUS goat cheese panna cotta, and Lamb shank cooked to perfection, finishing with a nice, textured, chocolate mousse. Portion size was perfect. The only hiccup was the long wait for our drinks. The server was very apologetic, though, and we liked him a lot!Tags: Local Ingredients, Neighborhood Gem, Historic
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Preservation Kitchen Bothell Wa

I had to make an extra trip to the restaurant, after calling them and asking for directions. It might be helpful to include somewhere online that P. Kitchen is the first driveway south of the Yakima Fruit Market, since the structure itself is set back from the busy arterial and there are not large signs outside for non-cognoscenti diners.The atmosphere was relaxed, dress (observing other diners on a Sunday night) was casual, but the food choices showed elegance and breadth of influence.We'll be back!
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karo (Seattle)·Dined on May 8, 2017I had to make an extra trip to the restaurant, after calling them and asking for directions. It might be helpful to include somewhere online that P. Kitchen is the first driveway south of the Yakima Fruit Market, since the structure itself is set back from the busy arterial and there are not large signs outside for non-cognoscenti diners.The atmosphere was relaxed, dress (observing other diners on a Sunday night) was casual, but the food choices showed elegance and breadth of influence.We'll be back!Tags: Seasonal, Healthy, Worth the DriveWas this review useful to you?Yes·No·Reportfood4ambience4service5value4
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karo (Seattle)·Dined on May 8, 2017I had to make an extra trip to the restaurant, after calling them and asking for directions. It might be helpful to include somewhere online that P. Kitchen is the first driveway south of the Yakima Fruit Market, since the structure itself is set back from the busy arterial and there are not large signs outside for non-cognoscenti diners.The atmosphere was relaxed, dress (observing other diners on a Sunday night) was casual, but the food choices showed elegance and breadth of influence.We'll be back!Tags: Seasonal, Healthy, Worth the DriveWas this review useful to you?Yes·No·Report
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karo (Seattle)·Dined on May 8, 2017I had to make an extra trip to the restaurant, after calling them and asking for directions. It might be helpful to include somewhere online that P. Kitchen is the first driveway south of the Yakima Fruit Market, since the structure itself is set back from the busy arterial and there are not large signs outside for non-cognoscenti diners.The atmosphere was relaxed, dress (observing other diners on a Sunday night) was casual, but the food choices showed elegance and breadth of influence.We'll be back!Tags: Seasonal, Healthy, Worth the Drive

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