This french restaurant is located in Pike Place Market on the corner of Post Alley. It’s perfect for a brunch setting with friends or date night with that special someone. The place seems a little small on the outside, but I never realized there was a whole back room that can accommodate many diners.
I come here mainly for the brunch menu itself. The egg dishes are spectacular! My favorite on the menu is the Omelette Chiosy. It’s a french-rolled omelette with herbs, escarole, and chèvre. Every time I order the omelette, it’s cooked to perfection. The egg are fluffy and the escarole adds a nice crunch to offset the mousse-like eggs. It’s served with their chicken and pork sausage, roasted potatoes, and a baguette. On a side note: if your dish includes a baguette, they serve it with a triangle of butter and jam. Man, their butter is so good!
My friend ordered the Crab Quiche. She’s a sucker for practically anything crab- as am I. I will tell you this was the fluffiest quiche I have ever tasted. When you cut into it, it’s like softened butter. Most quiches I taste are pretty dense and/or the crust are still under-cooked at the bottom. This is the type of quiche I can only dream of making in my own home.
Reservations are recommended.
Address: 1600 Post Alley – Seattle, WA 98101