On my walk to work this morning I passed in front of Lark and saw a suspicious bit of paper in the small bushes outside the front door. It was wet out but that soaked bit of paper made my heart skip a beat in a way that only a found monetary note can. It was a $10 bill.over 6 years ago
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i’d heard quite a bit about Lark &, despite the warnings of over-pricing, i still wanted to go.
i ended up going with 3 other women for a Girls’ Night & found that, with the family-style ordering, it was very easy to try many different things without spending that much. i’m a bit baffled by all the claims of how expensive this place is.
as for the food, it was very good but not as good as i had expected. a couple of the dishes were on the bland side (in particular, a farro dish that could have been great but lacked any distinct flavor).
the service was excellent & i really enjoyed the ambiance.
i’m planning on going again with my husband to see how he thinks it compares with Pair (his favorite restaurant that i think is very similar to Lark).over 6 years ago
After 5 trips to Lark, I can say that the food has been consistently good. Cheese plate is well-thought out, although a bit on the pricey side. There is good variety of dishes in terms of selection and portions. Love the yellowtail carpaccio. Interesting wine list with a good selection of smaller vineyards. Overall, a great asset to the Seattle dining scene!over 6 years ago
First time to Lark tonight. Loved the menu. Didn’t freak at the price. It was really creative artful work and set us back no more than would a chop-house downtown. Not a degree of patronage I would sustain more than a couple times a year but a perfect little potlatch for welcoming the new Summer.
Then we drifted like the cannabis at TeleTubbie Park.
Yay: Mint peas & three cheeses with a honeycomb!
Nay: Not to harsh such a rockin’, sensuous time, but the interior seemed a bit dowdy. Maybe it was early (7pm) and would come to life when packed, but both of us noticed the paintings on the south wall and thought they were dull. A Butterfly and a flower or something. I’ll happily suggest specific alternatives if requested.over 6 years ago
I went to Lark on Friday and I think it might have been my favoritest meal EVER. Each dish was more delicious than the last. I love cute tiny plates and small portions of lots of different things so Lark is a restaraunt after my own heart. We ate a very delicious cheese called “Petite Basque” that was described as having a “rich barnyard flavor,” oysters in little fake ceramic shells, Yellowtail carpaccio, procuttio with some kind of berry sauce, arugula salad with a hen’s egg and bacon, and elk. We couldn’t agree on a dessert to share so Erik got the hazelnut chocolate cake and I got the lemon parfait. We also ordered a delicious chianti by Querciabella that had a nice, dry, smokey flavor.
Lark made me realize I need more oysters in my life.over 7 years ago
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