9261 45th Ave Sw
Seattle, WA 98136

Endolyne Joe's

Neighborhoods: Fauntleroy
Cuisine: Breakfast, Lunch, Seafood

Endolyne Joe's is a Breakfast, Lunch, and Seafood restaurant where most Menuism users came for a meal on the go, paid between $10 and $25, and tipped between 15% to 18%.

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  • 10/14/2018

    A Breakfast chowhound from Seattle, WA tried it.

  • 8/13/2015

    A Breakfast chowhound from Kent, WA tried it and liked it.

  • 6/11/2015

    A diner from Seattle, WA tried it and liked it. They liked the food and liked the service.

  • 4/25/2014

    A Breakfast chowhound from San Jose, CA tried it and liked it. They liked the food, liked the service, and liked the ambiance.

  • 7/14/2013

    A Breakfast food lover from Renton, WA tried it.

  • 5/12/2013

    A dining patron from Seattle, WA tried it and liked it.

11 / 20
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 Kirkland, WA

Not worth it

have tried three of Chow Foods restaurants (company that owns Endolyne Joes) and I have always been greatly disapointed. At Atlas Foods, 5 Spot and now Endolyne Joes. I have went in excited to try the food as the place looks great and the menu has some great options. At each place there is one or two popular dishes and one of them is a type of fried chicken. It is not even served until 6 pm (which in it self is odd as what is the point of having a dinner menu when certain dishes come out at certain times). At the last two places I sat down and was told 20 min. after ordering they were out, all without a real sincere caring or discount or anything to make it right. Walking into Joes I really wanted this one to work out as the Chow foods concept sounds great but again I was dissapointed. Walking in I was actually greated properly (never happened at other two places) and was seated quickly. However, it all went down hill after that. Sat for 5 min or so and were ready to order a chicken platter. Was told after figuring out what to get was told “all out” all with a non caring attutide and no trying to make it right. I wanted to leave but I was so hungry I tried a pork sandwhich. While the food was good it does not make up for poor planning and non caring staff. It was 6:45 and the chicken didn’t start being made until 6pm like the other two places. Any good restuarant knows what is popular and plans accordingly. I heard many other tables being upset as well by being told the popular dish was all out. Not a good way to run a eatting establishment. And to top it off I asked for a side of remoulade (sp?) to dip my fries in. Waitress got it for me but never told me it cost .50 cents. Got that suprise while looking over bill. I didn’t say anything as I just wanted to leave at that point. While its only .50 cents its just low to hide charges for dipping sauces all after bad service. I left and have come to the conclusion, in my opinion, the owners of chow foods don’t care.
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 Seattle, WA

good hearty food in West Seattle

I came here with some co-workers during the weekday for lunch. I ended up getting the all-day breakfast which was quite good. The place was clean, good service, and portion size was quite generous. The food was good quality and not overgreased. Next time i plan to try the burgers which some other people ordered and looked really good!

Henhouse Rumble

Great, tasty scramble and it comes with some great whole grain toast.

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 Seattle, WA

NOT WORTH IT-AT ALL...I over tipped!

Let’s see. About eleven bucks for a mediocre reuben and anemic fries-mostly burnt. Had to wait to get initial service. Music was a CD tracking of the Mama’s and Papa’s because they are too cheap to buy a music service. No happy hour. No special that I could see. The employees acted like if they were on suicide watch. I did like the building, though. Too bad I can’t eat brick.


Taste was okay, portions were not that great and service SUCKED.

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