Lark / Seattle

952 E Seneca St at 10th Ave Seattle 98122
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 17:00 - 23:00
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Tips from the Net @ Lark
Duncan Hendrick en
Their autumn menu was amazing! I had the venison loin with chantrelles, bacon, and a maple parsnip puree that was absolutely delicious. The market fish (Arctic char) was also great. The staff was extremely friendly and helped us navigate the menu for my nut allergy. I would come back here in a heartbeat. GooglePlace - December 2017
Jill Brandt en
Fantastic food. Great service. Reasonable priced wine list (and great options). Did the Hamanci and The seared foie gras starters. Shared the pawn pasta (can’t remember the full name). Shared the pork belly for the main. And the red wine sorbet for the dessert. One of my favorite places in the neighborhood. GooglePlace - November 2017
Sofia C en
Lark Restaurant is a high quality experience from the table service, to the food, to the atmosphere. As someone with specific dietary requirements, I have always found the table server and chef to be outstanding with regard to their receptiveness, attitude, and ability to come up with a wonderful meal that I can enjoy. GooglePlace - November 2017
Eric Will en
Fantastic food. Great ambiance. Good drinks. Efficient service. One of our favorite restaurants. GooglePlace - October 2017
Alan Chung en
1st time here. The dress code on their website says dressy but they take any customers really. First impression was this is an upscale high-end place. The hostess were very friendly. The menu is ambitious and not at all a budget friendly price point. However there are a lot of interesting dishes. We ordered a few appetizers and main courses. They are all unique but a bit heavy on the salt in the meat dishes with the exception of the pasta dish. We love all the appetizers. The only reason we gave 4 out of 5 stars was due to the fact that the dishes itself though sounds scrumptious and elegantly presented, they fell short of fully delivering it in the flavor. GooglePlace - September 2017