2 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Delicious Hoity-Toity Food,
Food: Ambiance: Price:
It's a bit pricey, and the minimalist decor is not for everyone, but there is some good grub to be had at Supreme. All the salads I've tried have been great: the beet salad with hazelnuts and roqueford, the warm frisee salad with duck confit, and the ceasar salad just might be Seattle's best (but you have to ask for anchovies).
The main dishes vary: some are good, some are great. The NY Steak is good and the accompanying pomme frites are great, and the Linguini Vongole is excellent (lots of garlic and lots of plump, juicey clams - not overcooked). They have the best freshly-ground (but extremely messy) hamburger (It's expensive, yes, but you won't find another hamburger like it in the city.)
The desserts are always good. The wine list needs help. Not very wide, and not very deep at all. Noticably week is Italian.
Their breakfast/brunch is great as well. Very close to being as good as the Hi-Spot Cafe next door - just a little expensive for breakfast. The best french toast in Seattle (made with dipped croissants). And the best coffee in Madrona.
I've heard complaints about the "snooty" service from others, but I've always found the service attentive, helpful, and friendly.