The Fat Hen

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Seattle, United States
New American restaurant· American restaurant· Breakfast restaurant· Cafe· Breakfast & Brunch· American· Deli· Restaurant· Brunch restaurant

The Fat Hen Reviews | Rating 4.5 out of 5 stars (5 reviews)

The Fat Hen is located in Seattle, United States on 1418 NW 70th St. The Fat Hen is rated 4.5 out of 5 in the category new american restaurant in United States. The Fat Hen Home News Menu Gallery Map & Contact Pickup Home News Menu Gallery Map & Contact Pickup Home Sammie Jeffs 2014-05-21T18:08:05+00:00 The Fat Hen The Fat Hen is a tiny neighborhood café serving breakfast & lunch along with handcrafted coffee drinks, house-made pastries, tea, fresh squeezed juices, local & import beer and wine, mimosas, and more. Ph: (206)782-5422 1418 NW 70th street Seattle, Wa 98117 *Online Orders Preferred* Pick-up Only Hours: Thursday & Friday: 9 am to 1 pm  Saturday & Sunday: 9 am to 2 pm   The Fat Hen - © 2014. Design by Jess Deugan


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Michelly Calzadilla

Yummy brunch spot. I ordered the Breakfast Sandwich and Salmon Benedict. Both were very good and decent portions. The side of potatoes were overcooked unfortunately, but otherwise all the food was good. Easy contactless process for take-out. They automatically charge 18% gratuity, likely due to \COVID hardships\, which is counter-intuitive to me. If traffic has significantly declined, why would you force patrons to pay a premium to do take-out with you? The higher cost reduces the frequency of purchases, so not sure how it helps or who it's for. Anyways, the food is tasty, a little pricey for take-out, but a good local spot.


Tom Higgenson

One of the best breakfast/brunch spots in Seattle. Nice quiet neighborhood cafe tucked away in a local neighborhood. Keep up the good work!


Hannah Aspnes

The Hen is my favorite little restaurant in the world. I always recommend it to friends who are visiting Seattle and looking for a yummy brunch spot. The staff are kind and courteous and I've never had a bad meal. The Camicia egg bake with a side of potatoes is my go-to! It's a very small space with limited seating, so there's usually a wait. It's definitely worth it though :) I've found that mid-week early mornings or late afternoons are the quietest. I know COVID has added so many complications to the restaurant industry, and I'm sure the staff has been working insanely hard to stay open in a high-rent neighborhood. But even the times I've stopped here for takeout or a quick coffee, I've been treated with so much respect and care. Really hope these guys can make it through these next couple of months. We need to support our local businesses however we can, whether it's takeout, gift cards, and/or generous tipping. Thank you Fat Hen for being such a wonderful Seattle space \u003c3


Kozmo Flores

I cannot get enough of this place. The cappuccinos are always on point and a nice side of Pasternak to go with it. The sweet toast is always my favorite and love the combination of the cheese and the delicious sweet taste of the jam. I always come here every time I do visit Seattle. Unrelated topic but my crush works here. All the people are so welcoming and super nice. The wait is worth the time. ️️


Shawn Z

Small menu, 18% gratuity automatically added for breakfast? A restaurant with 6 tables max. Absolutely ridiculous. No reuseable drink ware, plates, or silverware. ALL single use plastic, what a joke. Also you have to bus your own table LOL. But I’m paying 18% gratuity for a server to do there job and clean after me? YAH RIGHT. Service is extremely awful, I had to ask for a refill of my empty water cup. Zero common sense. Also when being served your food you must throw on your mind control sheep device “MASK” on. I’ve dined and traveled all over the country during this “plandemic”. Would not go back again. Positive note, good bread \u200d️.