Stepping into the atrium-like restaurant filled with light and living greenery, Floret welcomes diners away from Sea-Tac Airport’s hustle and bustle into a peaceful refreshing atmosphere. The 2000-square-foot restaurant located near the new Delta lounge between terminals A and B is one of a kind at Sea-Tac, serving exclusively vegetarian and vegan dishes made from scratch on-site with locally sourced ingredients.
Floret is a second project by Seattle’s Cafe Flora owner Nat Stratton-Clarke, who is excited to share this space and healthy food with travelers. “We’ve created hearty, nourishing, and delicious items that just happen to be vegetarian. Now traveling vegetarians or people looking for a healthier option will have an incredible array of choices for breakfast, lunch, and dinner at Floret.”
And it’s not “all kale, all the time.” Dine in at breakfast, and sit down for a bowl of creamy cheesy grits with eggs and tomato jam, coffee cake and pastries, biscuits with mushroom gravy, pancakes for kids, or grab-and-go items like breakfast sandwiches and vegan cinnamon rolls. Sure, there is kale to be found in the superfood salads, plus nutrient-packed mixed grain bowls. Dinner options include the company’s signature yam fries alongside mushroom French dip sandwiches, or try the Oaxaca tacos.
The 80-seat restaurant is full service, staffed by Cafe Flora employees and helmed by chef Bernadette Biella. She has partnerships with local purveyors sourcing produce from Whistling Train Farm in Kent, dairy from Medosweet Farms, and eggs from Stiebrs Farm. Pastries are made on-site daily. Floret also has a full bar serving cocktails, local beverages like Rachel’s Ginger Beer, Tieton Cider Works hard cider, and Fremont Brewing Company IPA, as well as Mystic Kombucha on tap. floretseattle.com