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Bounty Kitchen

(206) 695-2017

7 Boston St

Seattle, WA 98109

Use Bounty Kitchen, a bright and kind of healthy cafe in Queen Anne, for a brunch that’ll make anyone with or without dietary restrictions very happy. The menu has grain bowls, salads, tacos, and sandwiches that are mostly wheatless (and/or can be modified to make the gluten disappear). All of those are tasty and on the lighter side, butit would be a travesty if you didn’t take advantage of the gluten-free griddle cakes with cinnamon butter.

Bounty Kitchen is the place for a relaxing morning-after brunch that’s customizable to fix any hangover. If you need a stack of pancakes, the griddle cakes with cinnamon butter will be perfect. If you need a detoxifying grain bowl, choose from their options ranging from Asian braised beef, bok choy, and rice to chickpea, sweet potato, and couscous. If you need to sip a green ginger wellness shot slowly until the room stops spinning, you can do that here too.

There are more options on Bounty Kitchen’s menu without eggs than there are options with them. Even though it’ll take you around 10 minutes to get a table since there are always crowds at this Queen Anne spot, it’s worth the wait to order some griddle cakes, tacos, grain bowls, or salads. Bounty Kitchen works especially well if you’re looking for a brunch that’s kind of healthy.

We all have personal demons. Like getting along with a boss, or jump squats. If gluten is yours, keep Bounty Kitchen on your shortlist of brunch spots. It’s a bright all-day cafe that serves excellent gluten-free pancakes with cinnamon butter and fruit compote, as well as egg and vegetable hashes. Order some avocado toast or the braised beef bowl if wheat, oats, rye, and related species are your friends. The place can get pretty busy during the brunch rush, so might have to wait a few minutes for a table.

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