It is here at Eats Market Café in Westwood Village in West Seattle. "Bubbie's Chicken with Matzoh Ball Soup" ($5.75) is served with slices of delicious buttered Sourdough Bread toast from Essential Bakery. The bread is the one thing they don't make themselves. Everything else, however, is homemade.
The soup I can wax poetic about. Sweet and tender carrots, scrumptious matzoh balls full of flavor, yummy shredded chicken (dark meat heaven) and the most intense, spectacular broth I've ever tasted at any deli (or deli wannabe) in Seattle or surrounding states, including Oregon and California.
It's as if you could taste every vegetable and every delectable minute of the 48 hours (aprox) it takes these great people to make this almost sweet, divine elixir.
Dessert, in case you were wondering, will be one of Toby's cream filled chocolate cupcakes ($2.50). They had gorgeous slices of Date-Pecan bread but my chocoholic, cupcake-loving inner voice whispered "get the cupcake" instead. You know how that goes...