Poppy – A Hop, Skip, & A Jump From The Lyric

If you are in the mood for a great meal, we have just the thing: Poppy. Poppy is located within close proximity to The Lyric and has a delicious menu that you will soon be drooling over.

We recommend heading over for their happy hour that includes great prices and great bites to eat!

Photo Via PoppySeattle.com

Jerry traunfeld’s capitol hill restaurant brings a new style of dining to the northwest. jerry’s inspiration comes from the “thali,” a platter served to each guest holding a variety of small dishes. poppy’s menu borrows the idea of the thali to present jerry’s own style of northwest cooking, highlighting seasonal ingredients, fresh herbs, and spices. it’s a modern northwest tasting menu served all at once.

We love Poppy for it’s fresh ingredients and rich spices.

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This review leans heavily on the phenomenal service we received at Poppy during their late night HH – it needs to be flaunted!

As we arrived for the late night happy hour, the server in the bar graciously led us to a table, and appeared genuinely happy to help us out. Even to the point of splitting a glass of wine for us, at his suggestion! I cannot say how pleased I was.

Poppy’s early happy hour is 5-7 p.m. and late night from 9 to 11 p.m. The early happy hour features the $5 awesome thali; late night has $6 “naanwiches.” So we tried the naan-wiches, of course!

One chicken, with a spicy rub and yogurt sauce – definitely my favorite due to the nod to cayenne. The meat in the steak naan-wich was cooked so perfectly as to melt in your mouth, but the dijon mustard sauce was a bit too strong for me that night. We also ordered the chickpea salad, which was rife with fresh herbs that made each bit sing with summer flavors. The HH Chardonnay was a good complement to our meal, just enough acidity to add some sparkle. via Sandra S on Yelp

I cannot wait to come back for the early HH thali…

622 Broadway E
Seattle, WA 98102

Have you been to Poppy? What did you think of the menu and service? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below.

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