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Nellie's Place Cafe - Yum!

BBBiscuit | Apr 14, 200206:45 PM    

I just had Brunch at Nellie's Cafe in Seattle at 1319
East Jefferson Street.Here's the list:1.)Best Fried Chicken in Seattle!2.)I had Corncakes with Maple Syrup & a side of Ham. The cakes are wonderful and I haven't had Ham that good since I lived in the South. 3.)The
hashbrowns were cooked with onions & peppers and just the right amount of seasoning(not too spicy or with a lot of garlic like other places). 4.)The Sweet Potato Pound Cake is so moist and delicious.
The owner talks to every table and you can tell he truly loves having this restaurant.
As a (former)Southerner, I highly recommend Nellie's
Place. JUST GO THERE!
BBBISCUIT

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