After a false alarm last month, chef Mark Fuller’s ‘Table is welcoming customers tomorrow, November 7, to Denny Triangle with the promise of its signature vegetarian burger — made with kidney beans, quinoa, hominy, egg plant, mushrooms, carrots, onions, garlic, tomato paste, Marmite, and cashews — for just $2 each. That’s a deep discount (limited to two per person, walk-ins only) from the veggie burger’s normal price of $9 for a single or $12 for a double, as seen in the full menu below and on the website.
The opening menu is more concise than the accidental preview version seen last month, with three sides instead of five and no sign of a barbecue sandwich with yuba (tofu skin). Everything is vegetarian and, aside from the buns on the burger, gluten-free. Making the final cut are crushed avocado succotash, Buttercrunch Bibb lettuce salad, and roasted potatoes with harissa verde and goat cheese. The veggie burger patty is also available as part of a bowl with lettuce, brown rice, pickles, and yogurt ranch. Soda and draft beer round things out, with some options for beer and wine to go as well. Online ordering for in-store pickup is available, too.
‘Table is a joint venture from Fuller, chef-owner of Ma’Ono and New Luck Toy, and Doug Kawasaki, an alum of Canlis and former executive director of operations at John Howie Restaurants. On the website, they explain, “Two guys who like to eat meat thought that cooking vegeTABLEs was more exciting.” They also say they’re paying above minimum wage, subsidizing public transportation needs for employees, and eschewing tips in favor of building costs into their prices, something that’s certainly refreshing to see. It all kicks off Tuesday, November 7 at 11 a.m.
‘Table, 2305 6th Ave. (corner of Bell St.), Seattle, (206) 693-3135, website. Open daily 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.