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On our last evening in Bellevue, we ate at a restaurant in the Hyatt called simply "0/8".


We began with a flight of rose wines for Brad and sparkling wines for me. Brad's rose's were Lucien Albrecht Cremant d’Alsace Brut Rosé, from Alsace, France; a Roederer Estate Brut Rosé, from Anderson Valley, California; and a 2005 Schramsberg Brut Rosé, from Napa, California.


My flight was called "West Coast Sparklers" and the tastes included a Gloria Ferrer Cuvee Prestige, from Sonoma, California; a 2005 Iron Horse ‘Wedding Cuvee,’ from Green Valley, Sonoma, California; and Domaine Chandon Brut Reserve Pinot Noir, from Napa, California.


We enjoyed a pastry-wrapped baked brie with figs. It was garnished with "cashew



Our entrees were wonderful. I had the evening's special: honey-glazed lamb served over Potatoes Anna with wilted kale.


Brad was quite happy with his seared duck breast with a ginger-orange glaze, farro and pecans, and tempura broccolini.


No room for dessert, just coffee, and a lovely evening!



Check out both the Twisted Cork Wine Bar and 0/8 Seafood Grill
the next time you are near Bellevue, Washington!

Comments (1)

Barb Cabot:

You both look fabulous...and so does the food! Wow what a nice night!

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