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Plum Pantry

  • Vegan Vegan
    ( 13 reviews )
Contact 206-428-6337

305 Harrison St (at Seattle Center), Seattle, Washington, USA, 98109

Deli in the Armory Building, part of the Plum and Hillside Quickies group. Offers prepared salads, pasta, and veggies around $13 per pound. Also sells cupcakes, cookies, pies, wraps, sandwiches and paninis, and fresh juices. Open Mon-Thu 11:00am-4:00pm, Fri-Sun 11:00am-6:00pm.

Category: Vegan, American, Organic, Juice bar, Take-out, Bakery

Reviews (13)

First Review by soph

The Kind - Edit

You have to try the Mac n yease, seriously! It will leave your soul (and your belly, and your taste buds) in such a groovy place!

The protein rich bowls are also delicious, and the sandwiches, and the baked goods.

Shoot, just get there and try whatever sounds yummy, because it will be!

Pros: Delicious Food, Convenient Location, Friendly Staff

Cons: A little pricey

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This is THE place at Seattle Center! - Edit

We loved the food at this little restaurant inside the Armory at the Seattle Center, after visiting the EMP, Space Needle, Chihuly Garden, etc. Everything was vegan and absolutely delicious. Was there with three non-vegans and everybody raved. Highly recommended.

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Yumi!! - Edit

We found this restaurant in the Armony Building through Happy Cow and was just next to the Pacific Science Center, Space Needle, EMP Museum and Chihuly Garden so you can grab a quick healty bite and continue visiting atractions afterwards!!

Pros: Variety of options, Fast, Delitious

Cons: More expensive than other similar rest we visited

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food court fancy - Edit

High end vegan food court food, that I never could have dreamed of existing 20 years ago. Sandwiches were good, juices/smoothies Too, but expensive.

Pros: fresh ingredients

Cons: pricey

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Vegan tourists rejoice! - Edit

Oh my, I remember when all you could get at the Seattle Center was grease and ice cream. Now there's a full on upscale vegan deli with seitan sandwiches, mac and yeese and smoothies and shakes. Here's your stop for your visit to EMP, Pacific Science Center or event at Key Arena. Here's your destination during Folklife or Bumbershoot. At last!

Pros: Nom noms at Seattle Center, Plum's great food in a casual atmosphere, Sandwiches, shakes

Cons: Where was this during the World's Fair?

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First Vegan Restaurant - Edit

As said by the title, this is the first full-vegan restaurant I've ever been to. I ordered the Jerk Tofu & Yam sandwich and the Gingerlicious juice. I couldn't believe how delicious and flavorful the sandwich was! Also, the jerk tofu was the exact texture of a meat patty which was great. The juice was very sweet, tangy, and zippy, and the ginger really lingers on the back of my throat. I got my order in less than two minutes! I'll definitely eat here again when I'm back in the area.

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Fast food vegan - Edit

I had a bowl. It was cold food, but I liked it. It felt fresh and it was a good size. Note, the pin dropped in the wrong place on the map. Plum is in a food court in the armory building which has the children's museum, near the needle. Starbucks is also in the food court, so if you see signs for them, go there.

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really good time and place option - Edit

It is all pre-made deli style, quiche and salads, perhaps sandwiches. Very good, when Plum is on they are great and this model eliminates the service catastrophes of their main cafe.
Spendy but what isn't in the city or center?

Easy to find, just look for the space needle

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Happy discovery! - Edit

So happy to have found this little spot while near the armory. Did a tasting of a few things, everything delicious. No juices the day we were there. Price added up quickly for small portions. Of course, great quality though.

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Mac and Yeese!! - Edit

Please try their vegan Mac and Yease. It is very very good- they also usually have a gluten-free version of it too, which is also very very good. Definitely a must-try!

Pros: vegan, macaroni and cheese, delicious

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