Dinner at Zane and Wylie's Seattle Steakhouse

For a quiet and nice dinner out with my husband, we checked out Zane and Wylie's. Right away we noticed how welcoming and friendly the staff were. We were seated at one of their best tables, a round booth that looked out toward the dining room. We've also eaten at Steelhead Diner in Pike Place Market which is another one of their restaurants. So I was confident that the quality of food and the service would be great. 

I went for an Old Fashioned which as always, packed a punch and tasted strong. My husband ordered a beer and a shot of Jamison Whiskey. We decided to share an appetizer and an entree. The Beef Carpaccio stood out to us since neither of us had tried it. It arrived with capers, shaved pecorino, olive emulsion, and fresh arugula. The plate was beautiful and we couldn't wait to dig in. Carpaccio is cured beef, and it had just the right amount of saltiness. The capers and shaved cheese were the perfect finish to the dish. The arugula cut though the saltiness and the sour capers and lightened everything up.  

Our entree was the House Made Burrata and Roasted Vegetable Pasta. It arrived to the table already split onto two plates and definitely looked good enough to eat. The fresh Burrata on top looked incredible. The pasta was Linguine and had a garlic and reggiano parmigiana. The roasted veggies were on point and perfectly seasoned. The dish seemed light, but with the Burrata and the sauce on the pasta, I quickly started to get full. The split portion was just right and I couldn't imagine eating a whole serving. 

I remembered how good the desserts were from Steelhead Diner, so I just had to sneak a peak at the dessert menu.  I never turn down a tart, so we ordered the Washington Cherry Tart with Vanilla Bean Ice Cream. It arrived prettier than a picture, but that didn't stop me from firing a bunch of photos anyway. Every bite was better that the last and before I knew it, I was stuffed. Finally I had to put my fork down and admit defeat. We pretty much finished every bite, and it was time to get the check and call it a night. 











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