Seattle has enjoyed Kidd Valley's made-to-order burgers, old fashioned hand-mixed shakes, fresh onion rings and signature fried mushrooms since 1975, ... More
Seattle has enjoyed Kidd Valley's made-to-order burgers, old fashioned hand-mixed shakes, fresh onion rings and signature fried mushrooms since 1975, when a small storefront in Seattle's University District started the Kidd Valley tradition.
I stopped at Kidd Valley at 143d & Aurora tonight to pick up a 'quick' bite on the way home and since I was in a hurry decided to do drive-through. 20 minutes later (not including the 5 minutes it took for the car in front of me to get their order in) I had my less than stellar burger with a meager apology from the window guy that they were understaffed. I know, my own fault. I should have left knowing it was turning bad after I had to wait 5 minutes to even place my order. They were not swamped, just really ssssslllllloooowwww! There are too many good burger places for same or less $$$. I would stop at Jack in the Box (not a glowing comparison) before going to this Kidd Valley again. Stick to the garlic fries at the stadium cause this place sucked. Almost forgot to mention; I figured I'd try to send them an email via their website to at least give them a chance to fix the problem (I'd like to have a good burger place on my commute), evidently the same guy is managing their website 'cause it no worky.