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Vios Cafe - a perfect family lunch for 12

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Vios Cafe - a perfect family lunch for 12

Cynthia | Dec 3, 2005 04:17 PM

Heartfelt thanks to the OP who steered us to Tomas Soukakos' Vios Cafe for our post-Thanksgiving family lunch in Seattle. It was perfection!
Wonderful foods. Delightful, friendly, attentive service. A place to play for the 5-yr. old. I cannot rave enough about this cafe/deli/market and wish that we could visit more frequently from San Francisco to enjoy the wine and food.
The wine rack holds some amazing values and tempting selections - but we were distracted with family and had to forego that particular exploration...next time we won't hesitate to buy wine! and I must have that ahi tuna sandwich!
The lunch family menu offers generous portions of the most delectable fare...appetizer platters of assorted Greek olives, wonderfully fresh warm pitas with hommus and babaganouze-smoked eggplant, Greek salad, Orzo with roasted grapes and Kasseri cheese, Octopus with roasted carrots and garbanzos, and platters of souvlaki with tzatziki and oven-roasted tomatoes with lemon marinated chicken and tender grilled lamb...
The kitchen and serving staff graciously accommodated all dietary restrictions with kind attentiveness. Everyone was delighted with the service and excellent food at the Vios Cafe! Thank you, Seattle chowhounds!

Vios Cafe and Market Place
903 19th Ave E near Aloha Street on Capitol Hill
Seattle, WA 98112
206-329-3236
Tue-Sat 8:30-9:00

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