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Salads wobble on plates like chlorophyilic brains and the marinated olives glisten like stolen jewels, taste as good, too.
This authentic-feeling French bistro near the Pike Place Market is the next best thing to a trip to Paris.
The roast chicken (for two) takes an hour to prepare and is worth every second that you'll wait. Full review →
You would be hard pressed to find a more authentic French bistro in Seattle. Full review →
With its tile floors and dark banquettes, this narrow dining room seems to be plucked straight from the Left Bank of Paris. Full review →
Say bienvenue to Le Pichet just up from Pike Place Market, a très français bistro with pâtés, cheeses, wine, chocolat and a refined Parisian feel. Full review →
Get a pitcher of wine and make new friends. Full review →
The small but mighty Le Pichet focuses on perfecting classic bistro fare, traditional charcuterie, and saucisson. Full review →
This intimate bistro and bar offers an ever-changing traditional French menu that may include chicken liver terrine and country-style paté Full review →
It's "Paris without the jet lag" at this beloved Pike Place Market "neighborhood" French bistro. Full review →