Hi there we just left Java. we were looking for good place to eat and my family saw Java and we ate IT WAS THE BEST!!!!!!!!!!! I really recommend the milkshake!
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Here's a diner that doesn't pretend to be anything else. It's a little over the hill, but in a funky, cool sort of way. You can go half a mile towards downtown and pay twice as much for the same cuisine if you want, but...More
This is 50-60ties style diner. I always enjoy the food here. Scramble egg and french toast are the best. They are very simple but taste great. The price is also good, less than 10 dollars in downtown Seattle!
Planet Java sounds like some kind of modern coffee shop akin to *bucks. The truth couldn’t be farther away. This is your genuine old American diner. With chrome rimmed formica topped tables and booths. The service is excellent and very friendly. The food is like...More
The decor is nostalgic and the service is amazing. The pancakes were undercooked and gummy and I am pancake lover. The coffee was great though. My son and I love old diners and I had hoped it would be a slam dunk but I was...More
Right out of the 50's with Phil Silvers on TV (no sound), black and white linoleum, and those red tables with vinyl top and star pattern. It's very homey and comforting in feel. And the food is just what you asked for- eggs, pancakes, toast,...More
Our Sunday morning trip to Sea-Tac was brightened considerably by our delicious brunch at Planet Java. Fresh, delicious crisp breakfast fare was served with a courteous smile, and the decor conjures yesterday's playtimes.
Close to the International District and Pioneer Square lies this little gem of a diner. My boyfriend, craving pancakes, insisted we find a good place for breakfast, and so we found Planet Java. The waitresses were friendly, in your typical diner fashion, and the restaurant...More