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50% say Yum
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Bistro Style Lunch Mon - Sat 10:30-3pm Fine Dining Tues- Sat 4:30-8:30
Accepts Credit Cards
Good for Kids
$ - Cheap Eats (Under $10)
$$ - Moderate ($11-$25)
$$$ - Expensive ($25-$50)
$$$$ - Very Pricey (Over $50)
Reviews of Lippert's
08/30/2011 - Tama Bankston
Never disappointing. LOVE the flavor combinations. I have gone home to give some of them a try. If you visit be sure to save room for dessert. The lushes are YUM. Chocolate Peanut Butter is my down fall!
05/09/2011 - Jeanne
We had a wonderful dinner with out of town visitors and thoroughly enjoyed our meal. Brian, the chef, does some amazing things with food.
04/18/2010 - tom mitchel
This is a wonderful restaurant. The chef has the ability to combine local ingredients in a great way. If you are looking for small town grub, this is not the place to eat. If you have a sophisticated taste , you can't beat Lipperts when you are on the peninsula. The chef knows his business and offers a wide variety of dishes to please most people.
04/18/2010 - Cyndi Price
Jean's Deli (housed in a former small church) has changed their name to Lipperts' Restaurant and have started serving evening meals (in addition to their great lunch deli foods) prepared by a Cordon Bleu trained chef with multiple National Cooking Awards. The food is absolutely fabulous and unbelievably reasonable for this caliber of fine food -French/Asian Fusion. We have eaten in many excellent restaurants worldwide and this food is equal to...if not better....than many 5 star restaurants. They use only fresh ingredients, their own baked breads, and the dinner menu changes weekly due to seasonal foods. You don't need reservations for lunch but it is normally busy because of the outstanding freshly made soups - (tomato bacon and mushroom brie are to die for) and deli sandwiches. The desserts are scandalous and are considered to be the second specialty of the house although now with the dinner foods - they may start taking a third place behind the dinner foods and the lunch soups. Reservations are recommended for dinner. Who would have thought you would find food like this in tiny, out of the way Sequim, Washington?
04/17/2010 - Pattie
Had lunch there twice last week and could not believe how good the food was; service was fantastic. Can't wait to try dinner!
01/09/2010 - serafina gustof
This little place was the answer to my dreams. My fiance and I stopped here as a recommendation from a local.
We were greeted wonderfully and our needs were quickly taken care of. We began with a marvelous soup - probably the best I have had in years. Then our entree - a breathtaking 10oz pan seared steak accompanied by a flavorful risotto with french green beans and carrots. The taste was exquisite. We also indulged in a bottle of 14 Hands wine which awesome.
The waitress was pleasant, more than willing to please our needs and very efficient.
All in all a 5 star treatment on a 3 budget. Prices are exceptional. WE WILL BE BACK!
Don't bother with this place! Just burn your money now, or put it back in your wallet so that after dinner, you can go get something you can actually eat! All four of us left perplexed and unsatisfied. The atmosphere is cold, the service stinks and the food? WTF!!
09/18/2009 - David Babow
With a menu like the one shown they will be lucky if they ever do any more business. The outlandish combinations are a joke. They are hung up on sesame, tahini, and walnut-infused oils. I guess they don't have a clue how many people are deathly allergic to those items.The fancy font used for the menu won't help things either. Who in their right mind would mix "Farm-fresh raspberries with pickled carrots. In this neck of the woods, I sincerely doubt they'll find many customers for their weird menu items.
09/13/2009 - anonymous
This menu is so scary, it's as though someone tossed several ingredients in the air and they all landed in the wrong places. My new diet will be to visit this site any time I'm hungry and I'll surely lose my appetite.
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