Located in the Columbia area of Seattle, The Comfort Zone offers a unique experience, combining delicious home-style foods with southern hospitality. We offer the best soul food in the Pacific Northwest. Whether it’s lunch, dinner or a catered event, we provide delicious food with a soulful experience.
The food was delicious, service impeccable and location convenient. I ordered the cat fish, chicken strips, black eye peas and rice,greens, mac & cheese, hush puppies. Everything was hot and fresh. If you are going to try it for the first time, bring someone that will share food and likes to eat. Surely, we felt like we ordered too much but once we shared amongst our group- we all had to unbutton our pants! The food is seasoned to perfection, I recommend the entire menu.
Food was amazing !!! Fried Fish and Grits , Chicken and Waffles, Mashed Potatoes and Gravy, Mac and Cheese !!!
I ordered the chicken wings, greens, and oxtail and was blown away by how delicious it was.The chicken wings are hot, juicy and crispy and seasoned perfectly. The greens were cooked just long enough to have some bite to it. While I prefer a little more spice and vinegar to my greens, these were seasoned well.The oxtail. Oh man, the oxtail.The oxtail at Comfort Zone are braised in a tomato, bay leaf, and onion broth and are fall off the bone, gelatinous, heaven.
The BEST Chicken & Waffles in town. The secret is in the fried chicken fried to perfection. Hands down. I never thought the fried chicken in this town can get this good. This make Ezell chicken take a seat.
If you love some fried Catfish, here is the spot you will be satisfied.
I’m sold, all hands in. I was so good that I ended up order three meals and call my cousin to come by.
I’m so in love with the Mac n cheese!!!!!!!
Amazing service, delicious food, and good company.
I’m most definitely coming back!!!Hush puppies!!!
You must get the hush puppies!!!!
This kind of food is the best. You don’t get some old overcooked stuff been sitting on the warmer, you get fresh cooked “Home Cooking” like my Grandma and Aunt Doda used to make. Chicken and dumplings that you disown relatives for. I’m talking some good eating here. Not to mention the ‘Love”, served with every meal I’ve had. Thank you all. ~ From Terry, The No. 1 Trick ( The Peacock Dollar Man)