Because the Puget Sound is covered in a beautiful blanket of snow, we’ve elected to remain open but offer a limited menu tonight — Saturday, February 9 — and for the remainder of the snow storm.
Eden Hill was started as a neighborhood restaurant. Over the years we’ve adjusted what we offer to meet the demands of our community, which turned into a finer dining experience than we’d originally shot for. But today our community needs a warm restaurant they can bring anyone to and a restaurant that’s simpler to run.
Because we are short-staffed, we are unable to offer our tasting menus tonight. We’ll adjust our a la carte menu accordingly to provide hearty dishes. It’s our goal to provide the same level of service, attention to detail, and pride in our work as we always do. However, we’re doing our best given the circumstances. Please find a version of our menu below, which may still develop over the course of the afternoon.
country roll, whipped butter, poached citrus, pickled foie gras, sea salt 8
red shrimp cheddar biscuits, whipped carabineros butter, napa cabbage kimchi 12
waldorf salad, dehydrated grape, apple, bleu cheese, celery, walnut verjus vinaigrette 14
cured rare beef, salad of celeriac, apple and black truffle, espelette, nasturtium 18
cauliflower “chilaquiles,” manchego, lime crema, jalapeno honey hot sauce, curtido 14
butter roasted black cod saffron jus, vanilla coconut, savoy cabbage 17
crispy octopus, wild peas of Umbria, spiced tomato, spinach, chili oil, herb salad 26
snowpocalypse cheeseburger, dijonnaise, red onion, dill pickle, toasted sesame bun 14
pig head candybar, pear and prosecco soup, pickled red wine cabbage, serrano pepper 16
oxtail risotto, crispy duck confit, spiced orange, grana padano, sherry caramel 29
hanger steak, roasted carrot, carrot puree, cambozola, balsamic demi glace 24
If you’re in the neighborhood or able to get to us, please join us with empty stomachs and bottomless patience!