It's a solid greasy spoon, featuring all the diner classics in a basic diner environment. I stopped here for brunch during a Seahawks game, and it was packed with Fans cheering the team, watching...
About this place
- Mon: 7am-3pm
- Tue: 7am-9pm
- Wed: 7am-9pm
- Thu: 7am-9pm
- Fri: 7am-9pm
- Sat: 7am-9pm
- Sun: 7am-3pm
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Lots of food , to much for me, but very good. Excellent , fast service. I loved the hash browns, but my mom did not. My sister said they were ok. Normally I like to get two eggs , hash Browns and...
The portions are great and the people are friendly but I would have to say that this is a pretty typical diner. Maybe even a little dingy-er than most. I got the baklava pancakes expecting a lot...
I really want to write a good review but when when we first walked in, three workers looked me in the eye and kept walking instead of saying, "we will be right with you." Finally, we had our...
Not a fan of the food. It just wasn't good. I'm a little confused as to how this was voted best breakfast in Kirkland. The portions were good but the food was not. The French toast (my favorite...
<p>George's Place is one of the few time-tested Kirkland dining establishments, serving customers since 1976. George and family hail from Greece, bringing Mediterranean flavors to the table for breakfast, lunch and dinner. George's son Pete and long-time friend Derek are carrying the business into the next generation. On Thursday's, George's Place welcomes local bands to play in the bar section of the restaurant. Patrons come for the music and the Gyro Pita, but especially for the Olympic Omelet studded with kalamata olives, pepperoncinis and gyro meat topped in a tzatziki sauce.</p>