Eggs and Plants

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 6 reviews )
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206 448-2050
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2229 5th Ave, Seattle, Washington, USA, 98102

Opened summer 2014 a small shop offering made-to-order sandwiches and smoothies. House-made pita daily. Vegans ask to omit egg. Open Mon-Sun 10:00am-8:00pm.

Categories: Ovo, Mediterranean, Take-out, Israeli

6 Reviews

First Review by The Hungry Vegan

Amazing - Edit

This place is amazing. It's an incredible source of vegan food in Belltown and it's open pretty late too!

I had the Falafel sandwich with the falafel side. It tasted amazing but it is a little pricey. But what can you expect in Seattle where they have to pay rent like any other resident/business?

Pros: Food!, Hours!, Next to a glass blowing museum

Cons: Price

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Great falafel, tad expensive - Edit

Delicious falafel, soup, etc. Pitas freshly made, very authentic. And fun to watch the glass blowing next door while you eat. Only con: considering it's just falafel, it wasn't cheap.

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ok tasting and not healthy - Edit

I ordered the hummus platter expecting a substantial salad for the $15 I paid, but it was mostly just fries. Not what I was looking for for a healthy lunch.

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Eggs_and_Plants 14 Sep 2017 - MMF - So sorry we failed to provide the right experience. We'd like to offer a refund to make things right. Would you be able to contact us at operations@eggsandplants.com so we can locate your order. Thank you for your understanding.
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Consistently Delicious - Edit

I make a beeline to eggs and plants when in town. I am never disappointed. Go ahead and stuff yourself on the best pita in the world! Falafel sandwich is the best ever.

Pros: Delicious, Simple

Cons: Not enough seating

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Delightful little gem of a restaurant - Edit

Hubby and I noticed this little gem walking to the Space Needle...decided to pop in on our way back. SOOO glad we did! This was one of the highlights of our trip to Seattle. He had the Falafal pita and I had the Hummus pita (both with yummy fries). Mine was flavorful and filling (the pita bread is soft and has the right amount of chewiness). I tasted his Falafal and it was just as good. Now I wish I'd insisted that we trade halves at the beginning of our meal, so we could each have 1/2 of both sandwiches. LOVE LOVE LOVE this place!!! Good job, Eggs & Plants!

Updated from previous review on 2017-03-21

Pros: Delicious food, Good value

Cons: Limited drink selection, Small

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Good Place - Edit

I had lunch here for the first time today. I had the Sabich without the egg. It was nice, fresh, fast. The salsa is sweet and delicious. The menu only has 3 items at this time, but the staff tells me they may expand it soon.
The decor is pretty bare, but back seating area has a huge window that looks onto the glass blowing studio next door. This place is just what I would expect from a quick lunch sandwich shop.

Pros: Good fresh sandwiches, Nice staff, Reasonably priced

Cons: Limited menu, Limited hours

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