About Copperleaf Restaurant at Cedarbrook Lodge
Copperleaf Restaurant & Bar is a Northwest gathering spot serving seasonally-inspired farm-to-table cuisine. The entire team is committed to sustainable practices bringing the season's best to your table. Chef Mark Bodinet hand selects products from small local farms, fishermen, ranchers and artisans as well as products from his on-site chef's garden for many of his evening offerings. Arrive early and experience a seasonal cocktail or glass of Washington State Syrah in Copperleaf Bar where the lounge menu is available daily. Come see why Copperleaf Restaurant is a truly "Quintessentially Northwest" experience.
Northwest, American, Organic
Hours of Operation:
Lunch Daily: 11:30 am - 2:00 pm; Dinner Daily: 5:30 - 9:30 pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Private Parking on site
Seattle's Link light Rail station(Tukwila International Blvd.) within 3 miles.
Private Party Facilities:
Brightwood is a private dining room especially suited for parties of 10 - 18 people. Its private terrace and waterfall make Brightwood an ideal location for intimate social gatherings. Chef Mark Bodinet will happily prepare a customized menu made with "best of the season" products. You may choose from the seasonal a la carte menu, hand-crafted cocktail menu and our regional wine list. It features a wide variety of organic and bio-dynamic Northwest wines. The Copperleaf team looks forward to welcoming you soon.
Private Party Contact:
Corey Roettgers: 2062144190x
Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Farm to Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Private Room, Smoking Area, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Copperleaf Restaurant has several ongoing special events. Have a feast for the senses with one of our Taste & Touch Series dinners, a collaboration between culinary and spa. Come journey with us on one of our Culinary Adventures where we explore the origins of our food, or take part in one of our Summer Dining Series dinners. There is always something exciting happening at Copperleaf Restaurant and Cedarbrook Lodge. Please visit our website for more information.
Copperleaf Restaurant at Cedarbrook Lodge Ratings and Reviews
This was my 7th meal at the Copperleaf, ...
This was my 7th meal at the Copperleaf, and I'm still excited about the seasonal food & wine pairings that I get to try on every visit. The gingerbread toffee crumble cake with fromage blanc ice-cream was fantastic as was the carrot soup. The dinner companions enjoyed their meal as well with a delectable halibut on the 3rd course.
I had a business meeting at Cedar Brook ...
I had a business meeting at Cedar Brook Lodge and my wife joined me for dinner after. We had the Chef's Tasting Menu with the wine pairings. What a delight!
One of the best airport hotel restaurant ...
One of the best airport hotel restaurants. Very good regional food and wine list.
Nearly every item has several ingredients. Minuscule dishes that seemed almost contrived. I wish I had discovered the fish and chips but that on a separate menu. Adjoining table had it and it looked really good.
Excellent food with higher price
Small restaurant, small menu, very good waitstaff, very good food - seasonal & regional, changes periodically. I had very tasty antelope. Two in party had tremendous rabbit, one had a good salad. Foie gras was said to be good by those who liked it. Wait staff is usually very knowledgeable and attentive, though tonight (Mother's night) they were just Very Good, instead of the usual Outstanding. Prices are high, but no higher than other luxury type restaurants - $250 for 4 without liquor or wine. One of the best, regularly, in south King Co. with all the advantages - easy to get to, free parking, forested view; that you can't get downtown. 4th visit - we keep coming back for special occasions with different guests.
Eat here if Staying here . . .
Menu was a bit too eclectic/limited for a conference center. Took an very long time to get our food ., . and then our check . . With multiple large conferences on the premises at the same time, it seems logical that the service and menu would reflect that audience. It didn't.
What a hidden prize.
This is a surprising find near the airport. We used it to say goodbye before my friend left on a red eye. The purpose was to have her well-fed with an excellent bottle of wine and relax her onto the flight. This absolutely worked. The room is lovely, the wine list is thoughtful, the food lovingly procured and crafted. A wine paired special menu is available -- it looked like excellent value with a dramatically lovely menu. A shout out to Lauren for perfectly charming service. This is run by the entity that owns Sehmiahmoo. Classically and comfortably elegant.
Rare foodie destination in Seatac!
I've been here a few times, and every time I'm astounded we have such fine dining in SeaTac. I'd expect to go to Seattle for this kind of dining experience. The food is artistic, beautiful, and delicious. The service is excellent. The setting is lovely, a hidden delight mere blocks from the airport. I highly recommend Copperleaf!
This place is like dining in your own home. The sevice is great; food excellent. Best kept secret in Seattle!
best in South End & one of the best in Settle area
best formal restaurant in South End and one of the best in Seattle area. Recommend its sable fish with dungeness crab cannelloni, grilled scallops, elk. Donut hole and hot chocolate for dessert. Service and impeccable always. Compliments to management and service staff
Easter buffet was not up to the same foo ...
Easter buffet was not up to the same food quality as the Copperleaf Restaurant!
My go to place when treating the senses
An accidental find years ago led to a storied experience again and again. Wonderful food and always darling waitstaff. I'm
I think they changed chefs--use to be great
I think they may have changed chefs. The food a year ago was excellent and worth going out of the way but after 2 dinners I must admit the food was just okay. Way too much salt in almost every dish I had for 2 evenings in a row. It is a great spot but the food missed the mark. Also, the portions are too large for a normal eater.
Great service with a bunch of extra cour ...
Great service with a bunch of extra courses for free along the way. Azing presentation. Great ambiance.
Excellent hotel with disappointing restaurant
While the Cedarbrook Lodge is like a breath of fresh air, the Copperleaf Restaurant is a disappointing puff of smoke. The ambiance is lovely and rustic and in line with the rest of the grounds, but the food is not special and overpriced. We have had 2 dinners there and both times have left unsatisfied. The service is fine and the wine list is satisfactory, but to put it simply, the food is not delicious. Perhaps it was our menu choices, and would consider trying it again; but at this point I would give the food a 1/10 which brings the overall restaurant rating (by me - not a critic) down.
The scallops were perfectly prepared, an ...
The scallops were perfectly prepared, and the simple green salad was simply wonderful!
As usual, the staff at lodge/restaurant ...
As usual, the staff at lodge/restaurant are marvelois. The warmth and ease of the staff is why I will always return with friends. They plan for every need of their client
We went for a special girls night ~ all ...
We went for a special girls night ~ all three of us had tasting menus, two of us had the Feb menu and I had the normal tasting all with 3-4oz wine pairings. All of the dishes - except the amuse - were mediocre at best. Spending $550 for this meal - I would expect foods that were elevated in flavor - to take me on a great food experience --- all were bland - the main dish cold and incredibly small portioned. (One slice of chicken, barely able to be cut through with a knife) I've done several tasting menus - Canlis, Herb Farm, even a prior Copperleaf tasting, etc... And understand the expense, this however was nowhere near- not even close - worth the huge expense..... Left us all underwhelmed and disappointed.
From the moment we arrived the experienc ...
From the moment we arrived the experience was wonderful, Shawn our
I am always reluctant to recommend the Copperleaf as once visited you will be smitten, I fear that this fine establishment will revive the old "Yogism, "No one goes there any more it is too crowded". Howeve this hidden jewel is too good not to share. World Class for dinner and a tremendous value for lunch it remains my first choice for impressing my guests.
An early Valentine's Dinner
This is our second Valentine's celebration spending the night at the Cedarbrook Lodge and absolutely enjoying the chef select dinner with wine pairings at the Copperleaf. We were not disappointed and had a fantastic dinner! Definitely is one of our favorite "date night" restaurants.
The setting of the Cedarbrook Lodge is beautiful. The dining area is spacious with a cozy fireplace on one end. The food was absolutely superior. Even the vegetables were comment worthy. The only negative was we were offered sparkling or still water upon arrival. We weren't told there was a charge for sparkling. When the bill came we were charged $7 for the sparkling water. I didn't dispute it, but won't order it again.
Overall great experience
The restaurant is in a nice lodge and has a scenic view and an open lounge type setting. Staff was extremely friendly.
We ate here for the second time on February 6th before a flight. The food was quite good (squash salad, champagne poached Apple salad, chicken and sablefish) though it could have come out hotter (a pet peeve of mine). Also, the tables are very close together so forget any private conversation, which was a bit of a problem for us as we were exchanging 30th anniversary gifts. The waitress seemed programmed and completely ignored the obvious fact we were celebrating something. We do not seek or care about "free stuff" when we are celebrating something at a restaurant but a simple oral acknowledgement would have been appropriate. In spite of this, the food is very well prepared and we will likely return.
We had a wonderful time.
The food was prepared prefectly. The wine recommendation was spot on. The setting is very nice.
we continue to enjoy Copperleaf
Expensive but exceptional. We enjoy it on when we are out of town. It's too far to be a local, regular restaurant...and a bit to pricey.
Beautiful restaurant! Wonderful food and service!
We enjoyed our romantic wedding anniversary dinner here. From the appetizers, small plates, entrees, to the dessert, everything was so well prepared with much attention to detail! The ingredients used were noticeably fresh and prepared just right. Excellent wine selection too(especially for pairings). The waitstaff, very knowledgeable, friendly, warm, yet professional. Certainly worth the drive from Seattle! If you're at SeaTac airport and have a layover or just arrived home from a trip, it's a short ride to have a nice meal here!
Always good! That's why I Keep coming back!
This is the best restaurant in the south end for fine dining. It's so nice not to drive into Seattle for a good experience eating out. I use it for special occasions to take family and friends. I love the ambience, quietness of the restaurant & surroundings, food and drinks. We also chose it for our Thanksgiving dinner this past November.
Excellent place to eat
The food was beautifully presented and tasted wonderful! Special little touches at the start of the meal and the end of the meal added to the experience.
The vegetables were over cooked and the ...
The vegetables were over cooked and the food was lukewarm. There was nothing special about the flavors.
Excellent for special occasions
We've been going to the Copper leaf as special occasion destination since they opened a day have never been disappointed.
A Good Note to end 2015!
Always a dining destination that delivers each season's offering into a truly wonderful culinary experience. What stood out? My first taste of Kuroge Washu beef - it was like enjoying a plate of beefy 'foie gras'. Service is always on their mind. Even though one of us had the tasting meal and I did not, the chef added a complimentary Parsnip creme to my dinner which was totally unexpected. Kudos to the chef!
Great presentation but...
Great hide-away location, wonderful setting, attentive staff, marvelous menu and great plate presetation yet with all that going for it the food, both fish and steaks, hit the table barely warm and the veggies weren't warm at all. We may try it again but then again.
Outstanding dinner presented by a gifted chef.
Presentation, quality, flavors delicately balanced.....a flawless meal in a quiet, romantic setting. Service is professional yet not obtrusive. Great dessert wines, good selection of wines. A fabulous evening.
Great food, quality service but VERY SLOW!!
The food was excellent and the staff were very knowledgable and courteous. However, our table was not ready when we arrived. We waited almost 15 minutes before we were seated and another 30 minutes to get our food after ordering. Everything was delicious but definitely not worth the wait.
Went here for dinner. I tried the mushro ...
Went here for dinner. I tried the mushrooms, yams and foie gras appetizers, and the sablefish, scallops and duck entrees. Everything was delicious. The place is very nice and relaxed. Service was excellent.
GREAT Holiday Experience
Bring your friends, bring your family - bring yourself - just GO. And end enjoy this oasis 30 miles outside of Seattle - it's worth the drive.
Great service, but disappointing food.
Based on several excellent lunches that I enjoyed here during the past year, I took my wife for a special dinner on her 70th birthday. It pains me to give a mixed review. First the good: excellent service from a very attentive, cordial staff; relaxing ambience; close attention to the details of a fine dining experience; good (tho' not great) wine list; imaginative menu choices. Sadly, however, the food -- specifically, the appetizer and entrees -- was quite disappointing. My wife ordered the lamb "Navarin", which was fatty, overcooked, and more like mutton pot roast than lamb. I frequently cook lamb at home, and know how lamb should taste when properly prepared -- and this dish simply was not enjoyable. I had the bacon-wrapped elk filet which I'd charitably describe as undistinguished. The filet was cooked to rare, but it lacked the flavor one expects from a good piece of game. I realize that elk is a lean meat, but my filet really needed some flavor help, perhaps a good demiglace, red wine reduction, or a piquant Euro-style lingonberry sauce. To conclude, the kitchen needs to pay more attention to the preparation and flavor profile of its red meats. The other aspects of the dining experience at the Copperleaf are first-rate. When the kitchen meets the standards set by the front of the house, this restaurant could become one of the best dining spots in south King County.
Warm environment with a comfortable atm ...
Warm environment with a comfortable atmosphere...Thank you. Awesome taste to a well rounded menu...
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