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#dinnerpartyeverynight

Tuesday - Sunday 3 to 10pm

HAPPY HOUR 3 to 6pm • full menu available at 5pm

Bar open late Friday + Saturday

806 east roy street • seattle, wa 98102 • 206 324-0599

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eat + drink


eat + drink


menu by chef zac reynolds combining the seasonality of our region

with bold flavors from the world's pantry.

 

starters

beer battered nori dumplings | kimchi | tahini sauce   8

potato salad|salmon roe | castelvetrano olives   8

wakame and shiitake salad | japanese rolled omelet | black sesame purée | kefir   10

petite spring cabbage | shaved sunchoke | sunflower tahini | feta | crispy 'kraut | thyme   10

chicken liver mousse | house made rye bread | sweet & sour cabbage   10

smashed golden beets | crisped in a cast iron pan | kefir dressing | sauerkraut 13

crab seasoning fried chicken | chinese celery | peanuts | pickled daikon   12

coconut poached chicken salad | red coleslaw | fried shallots and peanuts   14

roasted sunchokes and kasu cauliflower| yellow cauliflower purée | harissa | dukka | pickled raisins   15

stir fried asparagus | pearled barley | scallop | xo sauce | preserved lemons  15

pastrami cured steelhead trout | lettuce to make wraps | fresh herbs and greens | pickled salad

horseradish sauce  17

squid ink rice noodle | fish sauce poached carrots | sautéed calamari | lime dressing

served chilled and kinda' like a noodle salad | fresh herbs | fried shallots   16

mackerel bbq with sushi rice | radish pickle | horseradish   16

 

larger plates

king oyster mushrooms | sautéed with fermented black bean | pea spaetzel | beurre blanc sauce | parmesan   18

fresh lamb sausage | Tana Market injera | asparagus salad | whipped feta | berbere spice   24

creamy broccoli rice | glazed turnip | frizzled cabbage | choy sum | sesame   24

braised brisket with hominy | in the style of bibimbap | pickles | fried egg | nori   24

pork shoulder steak|potato kimchi fritters | borscht (in sauce form | sour cream   30

smoked black cod | collard greens braised with bacon/tomato broth | cornmeal dumplings   30

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our people + mission


our people + mission


Zac Reynolds

CHEF, OWNER

Zac has been cooking most of his adult life, starting in some "crappy" restaurants, then attending a ("crappy") culinary school to get serious. Building on these foundations, Zac matured as a cook first at Nomi in Chicago, then cooking in private homes, and further in some of Seattle's restaurants' kitchens, with seasonal detours to chef and intern on Northwest farms. Experiences like taking care of a goat herd and working in a market garden allowed Zac to honestly evaluate what organic, local and seasonal mean. 

But it was the atmosphere of the boozy dinner parties in his home that Zac longed to recreate as he dreamt of his future-restaurant-to-be:

"Where cooks are servers, where guests are welcome in the kitchen, where anyone who wants to participate is invited, and where we all have a lot of fun."

NILE KLEIN

BARTENDER + MANAGER, OWNER

From absorbing the finer points of hospitality in his family run restaurant at a young age, then starting his own career in Japan where service is an art form no less precise than ballet, and finally heightening his cocktailing senses behind the bars of some of Seattle's thriving hotspots, Nile brings refined principles of service to COOK | WEAVER: 

"There is an opportunity to learn from everyone, everyone desires acknowledgement and respect, and no one should be treated as less than your equal."


Nile and Zac met in true modern fashion: on Craigslist, where a chef with a little money and a lot of vision was seeking a front of house manager (with a little money and a lot vision). Nile's passion, warm smile and calming presence were exactly what Zac hoped to find, and the beginnings of COOK | WEAVER were born. 


Our mission is simple

Be special, yet approachable. Bold, while maintaining balance. Tantalize your taste buds. But most importantly, be the friendly place you call your own, and are delighted to bring those you love.