This "modern American diner" has a split personality. Skillet Street Food, the Airstream trailer/food truck, has been roving Seattle since 2007, offering chef Josh Henderson's seasonal lunches, while the brick-and-mortar restaurant opened in 2011 in Capitol Hill. The restaurant puts classic diner features like counter seating and private booths, into a relaxed, loft-inspired space (think exposed duct work and pendant lighting). Craft burgers and fried chicken share the menu with braised rabbit and steak frites. Skillet’s cult-hit bacon jam (smoked pork rendered with spices and caramelized onion) is available for sale from both truck and diner.
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From Food & Wine , JAN 2008
'I had a vision of bringing great bistro food to the streets,' says Josh Henderson of Skillet. Now he serves modern comfort food—hand-cut French fries covered with cheddar and gravy—out of a refurbished Airstream trailer....MORE
From Food & Wine , MAY 2008
Skillet’s pride is its juicy burger, made with fatty Kobe-style beef and topped with Cambozola cheese (a creamy hybrid of Camembert and Gorgonzola) and Skillet’s homemade bacon jam (a sweet-smoky condiment made from a secret recipe that calls for bacon and caramelized onions)....MORE