S and I had a voucher to go here so we ventured out in the rain and found this place tucked away in a small alley in Pike’s Place Market.
The restaurant was actually really cute, and had a great view of Pike’s Place Market and Puget Sound.
Here is what we dined on:
I had the cream of broccoli soup and it was okay. It didn’t taste like your classic cream of broccoli soup, something seemed a little bit off. I ended up switching S for his appetizer, shown below.
The french onion soup was pretty tasty. It had a LOT of cheese, which was fantastic, since we all know that’s what makes a proper french onion soup.
I ordered the steak as my main and it was ABSOLUTELY DELICIOUS!! Every single aspect of this dish was fantastic. I am a sucker for truffles, so the potatoes were incredible. The micro arugula really added to the flavor of the dish, which was pleasantly surprising.
S really liked his entree. It doesn’t look like it, but there is a lot of food in that bowl! He said they were the best mussels he’s ever had, and the sauce was really tasty. I didn’t have much of his meal, since I was too busy savoring every bite of mine.
There weren’t many choices for dessert, but I was craving something sweet so we decided to try the creme brulee. Let me tell you, I am really picky about my creme brulee, but this one did NOT disappoint. The creme was perfectly consistent and flavorful, and the top was extra crispy. It was perfect.