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The London Plane

300 Occidental Ave S
Seattle, WA 98104

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(206) 624-1374


  • Sunday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Monday: 8:00 am - 7:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 8:00 am - 7:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 8:00 am - 7:00 pm
  • Thursday: 8:00 am - 7:00 pm
  • Friday: 8:00 am - 7:00 pm
  • Saturday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Cuisine: Bars

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4.8 of 5.0 from 82 reviews

price range:$11 to $25

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The London Plane Reviews

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  • Annie TBeautiful space and pretty good food, just doesn't all come together somehow.

    55555 by Annie T

  • Ariana VSmaller than expected, and therefore very busy! Looks like a cute brunch spot. They also sell flowers, baked goods and assorted beverages like Rachel's Ginger Beer.

    55555 by Ariana V

  • Micaela RBeautiful atmosphere, but thought the food was overhyped and overpriced.

    33333 by Micaela R

  • Angela W.Cute flower shop and brunch combo. Love the view of the tall trees outside from the floor to ceiling windows

    55555 by Angela W.

  • Danielle ChutinthranondGreat food with clean, fresh flavors and beautiful atmosphere.

    55555 by Danielle Chutinthranond

  • Arie LMarinated chickpeas

    55555 by Arie L

  • Marisa CEver changing seasonal menu featuring local ingredients. The revolving toasts are always my favorite, especially the avocado toast. Save room for a sweet treat!

    55555 by Marisa C

  • Carrie W.I came for dessert one evening. It was delicious and a beautiful space. The have an upstairs area that would be so lovely for a party.

    55555 by Carrie W.

  • Melani DWent for brunch today. Had the crying spaghetti. So good.

    33333 by Melani D

  • Alison B.Make a reservation to be safe

    33333 by Alison B.

  • Bon Appetit MagazineA better choice is the oil-poached albacore tuna with beets, the ginger scallion chicken salad with black rice, or pretty much anything off the all-day menu at this oh-so-tranquil spot.

    55555 by Bon Appetit Magazine

  • MichelleRecommend the trio of spreads with crackers and a bowl of whatever soup they are making for a nice light lunch.

    55555 by Michelle

  • Jordan EshpeterFor the coffee, the breaky, the decor.

    55555 by Jordan Eshpeter

  • Marie HohnerHearty breakfast, blooms, and baked goods—winning combination.

    55555 by Marie Hohner

  • Jennifer P.Love this place!! The Atmosphere, food, casual yet friendly service, style....the list goes on.

    55555 by Jennifer P.

  • Phil MGood breakfast food. It has a nice Sonoma-style feel.

    55555 by Phil M

  • Kevin WCroissants, and the curried avocado toast is a totally different take than usual.

    55555 by Kevin W

  • WillMcDThis place is amazing. Maybe the best breakfast spot in Seattle. Coffee is from Elm Street, local roaster.

    55555 by WillMcD

  • Jp LFriendly service but definitely not cheap, be ready to drop 10-20 bucks on most of the menu items. Kind of a bummer as the pastries and ambiance are great.

    55555 by Jp L

  • sheela t.LP2G- falafel sandwich with beer hummus

    55555 by sheela t.

  • Mouni ReddyGreat place for brunch. Also has a flower shop and bakery

    55555 by Mouni Reddy

  • Mar MThe carrot and peas salad was superb

    55555 by Mar M

  • Carmen GeorgescuThere is natural wine on the list and the fridge is filled with a variety of stocks and soups.

    55555 by Carmen Georgescu

  • Camilla RThis is one of the best places I've been in Seattle! I ordered the toast with avocado and tuna, it was amazing! Would definitely go here again.

    55555 by Camilla R

  • Maca jNo espresso here, only drip coffee

    55555 by Maca j

  • Eye MBeautiful doesn't cover it. the menu is great and the food is so simple but exquisite.

    55555 by Eye M

  • Sherry RenThe gateau basque was bomb!!! Healthy brunch place with a kinda weird palate. The yogurt was pretty salty and the biscuit jam was bitter, the avocado toast was pretty salty for me too.

    55555 by Sherry Ren

  • Carmen GeorgescuThe trout rillette served with their signature dark bread. You can eat here or you can buy "to go"

    55555 by Carmen Georgescu

  • Chad H.opt for the $50 sharing menu so you can try as many delicious dishes as possible

    55555 by Chad H.

  • Chad Christian JHe also has recently been enjoying teaching his young daughter to bowl, and finds that it is a great bonding activity for the two of them to do together.

    55555 by Chad Christian J

  • Ting AMy favorite place in Seattle.

    55555 by Ting A

  • Chad Christian JChad Christian Clift has lived in the Pacific Northwest for his entire life, and loves the area’s beauty and wide range of things to do.

    55555 by Chad Christian J

  • Allen SchneiderInteresting fare, comfortable place with friendly staff

    55555 by Allen Schneider

  • Andreas KleinerPerfect for sharing! ...I mean everything

    55555 by Andreas Kleiner

  • Chad Christian JWhile Chad Christian Clift currently has a girlfriend, he is divorced from the mother of his daughter.

    33333 by Chad Christian J

  • Samantha GThis was love at first sight & bite. The fermentation station, wow! The homemade sourdough bread, oolong tea kombucha. Seriously, all. the. things. Great staff back & front. The space 🙌🏽. Def go!

    55555 by Samantha G

  • jeremy b.Cozy and intimate.

    55555 by jeremy b.

  • Grant S.The salads/grains were exceptional. You can get a small portion of three to sample each. Do it.

    55555 by Grant S.

  • Kate L.Best poached and scrambled eggs ever. And I don't like poached eggs. Love the biscuits with creme fraiche and seasonal jam. Seriosuly, it's worth it.

    55555 by Kate L.

  • Todd A.Cool little cafe to stop in would definitely come back to check out their food offerings

    55555 by Todd A.

  • Todd A.Cool little cafe

    55555 by Todd A.

  • Logan CSo so gorgeous. Sunday group meals are incredible

    55555 by Logan C

  • Jenny FDelicious lassi! Such yummy, decadent dishes and tons of veggie options!

    55555 by Jenny F

  • Sven MWifi password is iamaguest.

    55555 by Sven M

  • Judy JPioneer Square. Dainty.

    55555 by Judy J

  • Honnah PCroissants

    55555 by Honnah P

  • Solly cLoved the curried avacado

    55555 by Solly c

  • Mada KAvocado toast, Must try!

    55555 by Mada K

  • RyanDon't neglect the sides - snap peas with cilantro were a hit

    33333 by Ryan

  • Kelly JOrder the avocado toast and then ask for a side of poached eggs you can pop on top. Amazing!

    55555 by Kelly J

  • Eppy T.Fantastic service, friendly staff.

    55555 by Eppy T.

  • Eric V.Lunch salads, sample of 3. Fresh, delicious, interesting.

    55555 by Eric V.

  • The Wall Street JournalThe menu changes often, but might include ricotta and jam toast, or king-salmon lox with zucchini. The bakery whips up treats like cherry galette. Afterward, browse for gifts in the store.

    55555 by The Wall Street Journal


    55555 by c0uP

  • Eppy T.Get the avocado toast if you must.

    55555 by Eppy T.

  • Eric VExcellent small plate-style brunch

    55555 by Eric V

  • Peter C.Haven't tried the food yet, but the pastries are delicious. Be sure to get the house made caramels. Flowers available for purchase are nice as well.

    55555 by Peter C.

  • Lana TimkovskayaPortions are really tiny, and they will ask you to leave after 2 hours

    33333 by Lana Timkovskaya

  • Grace P.Tasty and healthy options!

    55555 by Grace P.

  • Kate H.Great atmosphere. Eat in, take out, win win. Lovely!

    55555 by Kate H.

  • Andrew C.Try their different types of toast. I had their labneh, feta, cumin, dill & kale on rye. Their scrambled eggs are also yummy!

    55555 by Andrew C.

  • Genki U.Fantastic service and great breakfast place. Combine a few choices for a solid meal, especially if you are famished.

    55555 by Genki U.

  • Tenielle G.APFM: Light, wholesome and delicious lunch served in a beautiful setting. Bread is baked on-site. Sophisticated place for after-work drinks.

    55555 by Tenielle G.

  • Brian BlankinshipA Slice of Our Ham

    33333 by Brian Blankinship

  • Richard J.It feels like NYC or London. Many interesting and ... different dishes.

    55555 by Richard J.

  • Grace P.Try a new vino!

    55555 by Grace P.

  • sheela t.Avocado toast with chili oil. The bread is chewy and soft. Be sure to check out how they make the bread

    33333 by sheela t.

  • Seth EOne word. Well, two: Kouign-Amann. Oh, and the apricot jam for your buttered croissant. And then a jog.

    55555 by Seth E

  • Marc M.Brunch with pea vines

    55555 by Marc M.

  • Agatha Y.try to get a table upstairs to see the chef cooking. Great fresh lunch

    55555 by Agatha Y.

  • Brian C.The canelé is good. Crispy exterior with tender custard on the inside. Lacks a little chewiness though.

    55555 by Brian C.

  • sheela t.Croissant with ham and housemade mustard

    55555 by sheela t.

  • Ronald S.Good cheese selection

    55555 by Ronald S.

  • Melissa L.Great space! Nice selection of breakfast and lunch offerings. The market side of the shop has pantry items and other specialties for sale. Good selection of pastries.

    55555 by Melissa L.

  • Seth BGet the strained yogurt with radishes and za'atar.

    55555 by Seth B

  • Lia M.You will win no matter what. Great surprises abound -- try the yogurt with beets and rhubarb, and the eggs with garlic scapes.

    55555 by Lia M.

  • Sara StipesUm not sure I loved it. My got a salad for thirteen dollars... Basic dinner salad and still Hungry after. I think it should be called the London Plain...

    33333 by Sara Stipes

  • Igor SBest breakfast place in Pioneer Square. Croissants and breads are amazing. Go for an avocado toast with tuna.

    55555 by Igor S

  • cass l.the baked goods are divine! delicious croissants, but the cardamom cake is my favorite.

    55555 by cass l.

  • Alison B.They serve wine and beer, but no spirits. Feels similar to Bar Sajor (farm to table), but better for quicker bites and solo meals.

    55555 by Alison B.

  • Ash V.Love their brunch

    55555 by Ash V.

  • Margaret C.Don't miss the bread. It's from Matt Dillon - same owner/chef of Bar Sajor, Sitka & Spruc, Bar Ferd'nand, the Corson building & the London Plane.

    55555 by Margaret C.

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