Sunday, October 19, 2008

Glo's, Seattle

Slow food is all hip and trendy these days. Not at Glo's, 1621 E Olive Way, Seattle, WA, Tel +1 206 324 2577. It's just classic diner food that happens to come out slowly. Very slowly. So come early and be prepared to sit around and wait. Because breakfast at Glo's is worth the wait.

neon glo

Despite being a humble diner, Glo's is most famous for eggs benedict, the show pony of the breakfast world. They serve five different breeds of benny: classic Canadian bacon; smoked salmon; Florentine (with spinach); Californian (with Avocado); and Blackstone (with strip bacon and sauteed spinach). Most importantly, the house made hollandaise is very good, and the hashbrowns are delicious: soft and crispy cakes of shredded spud. Yum.

eggs benedict

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

this look real good !!!
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16/11/08 00:41  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The guy who owns this place treats his employees really poorly. I went here for breakfast, the last time, and he was screaming profanities and abuse at them in the kitchen. Glo's is a small place. Everyone heard it. I walked out.

25/12/08 19:01  

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