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Barking Frog

14580 NE 145th St. Send to Phone
425-424-2999 | Make Restaurant Reservations | Menu
Destination restaurant for Northwest cuisine paired with wine country drinks.
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Lunch Mon.-Fri., Dinner nightly, Brunch Sat.-Sun.

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Barking Frog, Woodinville, WA

Barking Frog Restaurant Review

: From the flowers to food and the setting to sipping, a meal at Barking Frog offers everything a wine country wanderer could want. Chef Bobby Moore's genial presence in the kitchen and the dining room --- he often delivers dishes to tables --- is a bright spot at this welcoming destination. The cozy fire just inside the entry sets the tone, although the pleasant patio is the preferred place to be during warm weather months. While the Grand Marnier prawns are well-known as an opener, we like the Ninety Farms lamb sausage served alongside pickled Walla Walla onions. We also recommend the thick Berkshire pork chop, the seared scallops on coconut rice and a massive 16-ounce rib-eye paired with a mountain of hand-cut truffle fries. The wine list showcases Woodinville's finest producers, and the polished service staff is knowledgeable with pairing advice.

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Tourist Trap
by raleighgibson on Sat Apr 04, 2009 5:47 am
Just like its sister restaurant, The Cowboy Grill, it is a tourist trap. The service is slow, full of mistakes and they have excuses for everything. We couldn't finish the food as it was below average, never mind the price you pay for it. I am a local and will never go back as you walk out of there feeling like a fool.
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