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Le Pichet
French Restaurant$$
Today 8:00 am – 12:00 am
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Pike Place Market 1933 1st Ave Seattle, WA 98101
1933 1st AvenueUSWashingtonSeattle98101
$$French Restaurant, BarToday 8:00 am – 12:00 am
Monday 8:00 am – 12:00 amTuesday 8:00 am – 12:00 amWednesday 8:00 am – 12:00 amThursday 8:00 am – 12:00 amFriday 8:00 am – 12:00 amSaturday 8:00 am – 12:00 amSunday 8:00 am – 12:00 am
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Small French bistro & bar serving classic fare, including a signature slow-roasted chicken for 2.- Google
"The roast chicken is absolutely amazing, and they make a killer pate."
"A very authentic French Bistro, especially recommended for breakfast."
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Sam Behnam
a month ago
I love this place and often go there. Once, I asked for two breakfast dishes in the evening (a sandwich and ham and eggs which are awesome by the way). The waitress was super friendly and made it happen!
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3 months ago
Get the roasted chicken, it's worth the wait, almost an hour and 15 minutes for me. Amazing place if you like French food. Wonderful staff, food and wine.
steven schickler
a month ago
Terrific bistro experience. Great food and atmosphere.
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Sonya Li
a year ago
The amuse bouche was a house made buckwheat cracker with white bean paste garnished with caramelized onions. It was bland, except for the onion, and the cracker was very hard. I was disappointed by the poor start but not surprised because this restaurant is located in a very touristy area. But I was pleasantly thrilled with my pan seared white fish with a buttery carrot puree with herbed gnocchi and wilted spinach and grilled leeks. The fish was well seasoned and crispy, the soft gnocchi complemented the sweet carrot puree on the bottom, and each bite was a joy. My partner ordered the house smoked black cod with pickled vegetables and toasted rye bread. The dish is served cold and the cod was lightly smoked and silky, which went nicely the sweet pickled vegetables. For dessert, we shared mini beignets with a side of lemon cream and candied lemon peel. The beignets were dense, but not too heavy, and the cream was light and addictive.
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Tyler Anneliese Moselle
4 months ago
Imagine my surprise when I stumbled upon this amazing spot in Eater Seattle's top 38 spots... when I had originally discovered it on accident! This charming spot has all of the fantastically French attributes I look for in a bistro: attentive (yet not overzealous) service, killer French bread (especially in their French onion soup!), and unpretentious approachability. My family discovered it while exploring the Pike Place area. We squeezed into one of the tables and enjoyed a great early dinner (they have an all day charcuterie menu) with a feast of small plates, featuring pâtés, spreads, and artisanal meats. We loved the atmosphere and to this day it's the only eatery that I truly miss in Seattle.
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Michele Rutherford
4 months ago
We love this French restaurant. Somewhat limited menu but always delish. House wine is decent too. You can always see locals that appear to come here patronizing this as a neighborhood restaurant.
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Christine Tran
12 months ago
What a cute little gem ! We ate: -Freshly baked croissant with spinach and cheese -3 oz charcutterie -baked eggs with ham and cheese We drank: - cappuccino Glad I had brunch here. Everything was tasty. I really enjoyed the croissant very much. It's baked fresh daily and so flaky and soft! The charcutterie was okay, maybe I should've chosen my own meats. Service was pretty okay. They were getting pretty much and service was a tad slow. Le Pichet has an outdoor patio that would be perfect for warmer days.Unfortunately for us, we had typical Seattle weather so had to sit inside.
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Nick Mantella
9 months ago
Le Shabby Chic zut alhors! Perfect.