1933 1st Ave
Seattle, WA 98101
Liam, Joe, and I went to Le Pichet today to have a pleasant dejeuner. Having enjoyed previously the Cafe Presse, we figured that its grandpère would be equally excellent. And we were not disappointed.
I had some yummy sausage-y things with grapes embedded in them, along with a fabulous beet salad and a soft-boiled egg. It was a very refreshing, delightful repast, and I'd definitely eat here anytime.Liam: I had a delicious ham and gruyere quiche. It was the tallest piece of quiche I've ever had. It was very light and fluffy. Did I mention it was delicious?
We also shared some frites. With a nice mayo dipping sauce. Unlike Cafe Presse, though, these frites were of the hairless variety. I must admit I found that a bit disappointing. I was looking forward to hairy frites.