The Tin Table
Chef Frank Wiegosiek loves to combine his passion for food and art into an edible palette of simple, colorful and creative plates. By using the freshest, most thoughtfully raised ingredients, Frank's menu shows his appreciation for the local farmer, and whenever possible he uses sustainability and locally sourced organics in his food.
What Insiders Are Saying
Tin Table is upstairs in the Oddfellows Building in Capitol Hill, and it’s a perfect place to grab a casual cocktail and some bar snacks.
I'm afraid if I give too good a review I won't be able to get a table next time. The soup was outstanding, those string fries divine and the burger was delicious. The bartender knew his stuff - fun meal before a SIFF film at the Egyptian down the street.
I WOULD HAVE LIKED A SLIGHTLY LATER SEATING BUT WAS TOLD THERE WERE NO TABLES AVAILABLE. THERE WERE PLENTY OF EMPTY TABLES ALL NIGHT.
The Tin Table is sheer perfection. Everything about this intimate gem is a dream come true. The superb food, the excellent service, the romantic ambience. I’m always torn between keeping it to myself and shouting it to the hills.
We went for restaurant week. The menu was what decided us on the Tin Table. My main course of sole was a bit overdone and salty. Everyone else had lamb which was excellent. Dessert was especially good.
The service was excellent,although slightly slow. They only had 2 servers for the entire restaurant.
The ambiance was very nice but as the restaurant filled the noise level made it hard for us to converse.
That is big deterrent to returning. We went with friends and enjoy conversation as part of the experience. So many restaurants in Seattle have noise issues which really takes away from the enjoyment.
I wouldn't miss it if it went out of business.
It always starts off with a smile. The server is a very sweet and knowledgeable woman and just seeing her always makes me smile. She has excellent recommendations for food and wine. The food is very good and the ambience is very pleasant.
Went to this restaurant for Seattle Restaurant week. Amazing food and amazing cocktails. You cannot go wrong!
We had a wonderful dinner for 4 during Seattle Restaurant Week. We were seated in the back room, which was a little isolated and lacks some of the fun ambiance of the rest of the restaurant, but honestly we had such a good time and enjoyed the food so much that it really didn't matter. We ordered literally everything from the Restaurant Week menu (3 appetizers, 3 entrees, 3 desserts), and the highlights were the crostini appetizer, the lamb, and the paparadelle (which we ordered from the regular menu). Drinks were delicious, company was fun, and the food was top notch.
Ok experience. Good flavors, service, location, etc.
Nothing memorable, but a good place to eat.
The service was completely mediocre in spite of being the first table in the restaurant and the food was tasty but oddly cut and plated in strange ways so that everything was difficult to eat.
It was ok. We went on Valentine's day previous to a salsa lesson at the Century Ballroom. Ordered two $10 cocktails , one of which barely filled 1/4 of the glass and was maybe 4 sips. Salmon dish portion was small and not particularly flavorful. Burger came with small side salad on the same plate that had literally nothing but bitter greens and sparse dressing. No substitutions were allowed. We hope the establishment considers our comments as they echo a lot of the ones we've read recently posted on social media. We want you to do well, Tin Table, but things need to improve before we will be back.
I went here for my birthday and received outstanding service! I started with free fries and a free cocktail - two of my favorite things. I would absolutely go here again to celebrate any special occasion.
The Tin Table is simply terrific on all fronts. The food is delicious, the service lovely. I love the look of the place (lots of wood). The noise level doesn't get in the way of hearing and speaking.
This is a restaurant at which I could easily become a regular.
Service was fantastic. Drinks and food were delicious from the cheese plate to the perfectly prepared sea bass main entree... drinks were crafted with just the right amount of everything.
Intimate setting...but it does get loud with everyone talking in a smaller space.
Will definitely go there again.
A hidden gem in Seattle. One of my favorite places to sit and sip an excellent cocktail while catching up with old friends or making new ones. And their food is always excellent and unique. Absolutely recommended.
Tin Table is a great place to grab some traditional American fare. They mix up the menu ever so often to fit seasonal availability and tastes. Also, their cocktails are easy on the tastebuds!
We came to see the Jingle Show and celebrate a birthday. They comped the birthday girl a "designer cocktail" and then presented her with a delightful dessert with a candle! THANK YOU! Made the evening all the more special.
Plus, our server was AWESOME. Sorry, didn't get her name but she was wearing an Xmas head band that had an ornamentie thingie hanging frontwards over her head. Dark hair, adorable, sassy, sweet lady. She is truly a treasure and you should be glad she is working there! All the service was stellar and the show was grand. A wonderful evening all around. Thank you Tin Table!
Wonderful food as always! Crispy sea bass and terrific shoestring fries. Looking forward to coming back soon.
Everything was perfect except for our salmon cake entree, which we shared. Unfortunately it was dry and rather tasteless and didn’t pair especially well with the side of mashed potatoes. The Brussels sprout appetizer and arugula salads, however, were fantastic!
I was late to my reservation however the host folks were more amused by my anxious arrival than put out. One person was not a big deal to seat a tab late, so thank you for the good sportsmanship. My service person was Daphne, young, bright and enthusiastic. Willing to answer questions and make accommodations if needed. I started with a 3 cheese board & home made crackers - includes hazelnuts, cranberry chutney and apple slices. Nice combination of baked brie, white cheddar & a blue cheese, good portions to taste each. My main was cider braised pork belly, with sauerkraut and spatzele. Altogether a delicious meal which took me back to winter evenings with family. I had to pass on the dessert selections, though I did indulge in a good Rainwater Madeira. Lovely finish to lovely experience. Next time I hope to get the dance lesson schedule correct in the Century Ballroom and really have a night out!
Food was hit or miss: everything i had was fine (if unremarkable), but my companion loved everything they had. The space is definitely unique and cozy, but service seemed to be stuck in another era (we really didn't need to be offered salt and pepper a dozen times).
Went for restaurant week, great menu with delicious food and cocktails. Really cozy space with nice touches. Our waitress was awesome and the service was really excellent.
It was seattle restaurant week so maybe they were pre cooking food but the salmon cakes were extremely dry, mashed potatoes were bland. But Lindsay, I think her name was, was very nice!
While our meal at the Tin Table was fine, we had come for the Restaurant Week specials and they didn't have them that day! Totally our fault, not the fault of the restaurants, but I'm not sure we would come again. It was just a little pricey for us, but the food was delicious and high quality.
We brought friends from out of town to Tin Table, thinking it would be a different, kind of funky experience for them. So disappointed!
Our salads were served alongside our meal, personally, I like my salad first. There did not seem to be any dressing on them, and the leaves and endive were so large that it required a complete carving up to eat.
My sea bass was actually very nice, and I enjoyed it, it my husbands Ahi tasted old, not at all fresh, and our friends salmon cakes were dry and tasteless.
Very limited choices on the menu, which I get for a small restaurant, but we found a lack of variety.
We had a private room for the six of us. Great food and service.
The meal was rushed by the server. Small portions. Tasteless food.
Our first time trying out this restaurant, we came to celebrate our anniversary. Lots of happy people in an echoey room made for a noisy atmosphere, but we still enjoyed ourselves. The waitstaff was exceptionally friendly and attentive to just the right degree. Because I mentioned our anniversary in our reservation, she brought us each a complimentary glass of champagne, how nice! The food was excellent. I decided, rather than one entree, to make a meal of several of the appetizers: mushroom soup, tempura asparagus, lamb meatballs and beet salad. They were all fantastic, very tasty. My husband had a burger and some extremely delicious shoestring truffle fries. The bill was very very reasonable for all that food. It wasn’t the most intimate, romantic atmosphere we could have picked for our occasion, but it was lovely just the same. I would recommend it as a place to have a well-priced hearty meal or tasty appetizers before or after a show or shopping.
Great place! Lindsey is amazing and so is the rest of her team. One of my favorite places in Seattle!
This is the second time my wife and I have eaten at The Tin Table. We ordered a bottle of wine at happy hour prices and enjoyed outstanding tasty appetisers (spicy tempura asparagus and pita bread and hummus) before dinner. For dinner we had the sea bass and salmon with a sriracha glaze. Both of the dishes were well prepared and remarkably tasty. We were impressed.
Service was attentive, friendly, and amiable. We will definitely be back.
Second visit to the Tin Table & absolutely love it! The salmon was amazing & the sides that accompanied it were too. I tried the halibut last visit..excellent! The Prosciutto, Fig & Goat Cheese Bruschetta* 9
Appetizer was incredible. Great service & really like the ambiance.. kept the old world charm of the building. I’m looking forward to another amazing dinner this week!
Enjoyed drinks and food at The Tin Table. A bit pricey for what you get, (6 chicken wings, flats only $9) but the service was good and food was tasty. Large selection of sparkling wines.
Delightful gem on the same floor as the Century Ballroom. Great cocktails, happy hour every day, delicious food choices.
A charming, intimate setting where you can buy a glass of really good champagne by the glass! Light fresh fare is served with timeliness and a warm smile. A delicious little hideaway...
Great experience. Great service from both the bar tender and hostess/server. Food portions were great, food was tasty. Would go back.
Wonderful! A hidden gem! Food and service were great and the cocktails and mock tails really stunning
A small menu, so that means everything's fresh. I've eaten there twice in the last ten days, due to a nearby performances of Whim W'Him at the Erickson Theater. Both nights I had the beet and watermelon salad to start. On September 7, I had the chicken and vegetable salad. September 15 I had the artichoke and crab dip. All delicious. No dessert. That was saved for a visit to Molly Moon's next door for ice cream. The first night, I had a cup of melted chocolate and strawberry ice cream.The second night I had the melted chocolate sundae. Superb.
A small but interesting menu with nice variety to suit every taste. Reasonably priced. Ignore the brassy loud hostess.
Such a surprise! This small restaurant is quiet, atop on the second floor of the Oddfellows Building, has excellent service and the food was very good. We had small plates with lamb kofta, seared albacore tuna and frites. All were excellent -- would like to go back for larger plates. Will definitely keep it in our rotation.
Food is creative and delicious, and service is very professional. Great place to eat.