Seed Kitchen & Bar is a chef driven, modern American neighborhood restaurant by Chef Doug Turbush located at Merchant's Walk in East Cobb. The expansive boutique wine program provides cherry picked wines at incredible values. Mixologists stir up vintage and modern takes on cocktails, and American and International Craft beers are on tap in this vibrant, sleek and modern setting designed by Ai3.
I've only been for lunch and have always been happy with the menu. Great service and good food. I highly recommend it.
I have been to Seed for lunch and dinner. Everything I have ever ordered has been amazing! As a big fan of new flavors, local cuisine, and exciting combinations this place has it all! I am already... planning my next 2 visits and will keep coming back for more!VIEW MORE »VIEW LESS »
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I have been to Seed for lunch and dinner. Everything I have ever ordered has been amazing! As a big fan of new flavors, local cuisine, and exciting combinations this place has it all! I am already planning my next 2 visits and will keep coming back for more!
Posted: 2/25/2013 • Link to this review
We were a party of 6, service was excellent. We had drinks and split 3 appetizers. I think we all had a different entree , scallops, fish, steak, pork chop, all very tasty. Thats all you get is the entree, if you want a side you'll have to order one. They come with something on the side but it's more like garnished. It was our first time there so there was a lot of swapping going on. Again - tasty but everything was rich. Really, really rich. By the time we got t o desert my enthusiam was starting to wane. I had the banana & chocolate tart but I couldn't finish it. Its rare for me not to finish a meal, but a rumbly tumbly was building. I will try Seed again, it's great to have a restaurant of this caliber in East Cobb but if it has the same effect on my stomach next time it'll be the last. $320 included tip - I expect a lot for that price. Atmosphere presents a better value n my opinion and is consistently excellent.
Posted: 9/17/2012 • Link to this review