Check, Please! Northwest/Panos Kleftiko, Cafe Juanita, La Costa

Panos Kleftiko, Café Juanita, La Costa
  • Episode Six
  • Panos Kleftiko
  • Café Juanita
  • La Costa

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If you're looking for the warmth of Greece, go no further than lower Queen Anne. Or if Northern Italian is your preference, then Kirkland is the place to go. But if Mexican is what warms you up, head down to Burien.

Authentic Greek in lower Queen Anne

"Cheesy and delicious! It is just amazing," says non-profit fundraiser Michelle Siderius.

Fine dining in Kirkland by chef Holly Smith

"The place to go if you want to pamper yourself," says craftsman Patric Gabre-Kidan.

Authentic Mexican cuisine in Burien

"Good food, lots of fun, and the margaritas are great!" says college advisor Mary McGhee.

Panos Kleftiko (Closed, you will be missed!)

Panos Kleftiko (Closed, you will be missed!)
  • Greek
  • Lower Queen Anne
  • $$

Cafe Juanita

Cafe Juanita
Cafe Juanita Website
9702 NE 120th Pl
Kirkland, Washington  98034
  • Northern Italian
  • Kirkland
  • $$$$

La Costa

La Costa
La Costa Website
206 SW 152nd St
Burien, Washington  98166
  • Mexican
  • Burien
  • $$

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08/31/12

Would be nice if the diners could confine their reviews to the restaurant and not make stereotypical and damaging (and untrue) snarky comments about an entire community. The man's snide and sarcastic remarks about Burien were infuriating. Perhaps if he or the show's producers came back down here and asked one of our local leaders to take them around, they'd find out that we're a great, vibrant community with a lovely downtown core and, wonder of wonders, a number of successful and appealing restaurants that are not the kind that serve to reinforce tired stereotypes about Burien that those north of Georgetown love to chuckle about. What a jerk.

04/19/12

Would it be too much to ask that the diners write down the names of the dishes you had, since you can't remember? A list of ingredients isn't quite the same as knowing what you ordered. Just sayin'.

04/21/12

Completely agree. A notebook would have been very helpful for your reviewers.

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