Paris-style gnocchi sautéed with brown butter, delicata and butternut squashes, chard and sage, with grain mustard cream sauce and shaved Parmesan cheese
In case you haven’t heard yet, Le Pichet and Café Presse support the Meatless Monday movement (known as Lundi Vert in France) by pledging to eat less and better quality meat and fish. Its better for the planet, better for our health and more humane for animals. That is why every Monday, in addition to our regular menu, we will be featuring daily specials that don’t include meat for fish.
Here are some photos of recent Lundi Verte main course specials we have featured at Le Pichet
Buckwheat crepe filled with lentils simmered with cream and white wine, topped with a sauté of leeks, escarole and butternut squash
Le Pichet and Café Presse support the Meatless Monday movement (known as Lundi Vert in France) by pledging to eat less and better quality meat and fish. It’s better for the planet, better for our health and more humane for animals. That is why every Monday, in addition to our regular menu, we will be featuring daily specials that don’t include meat for fish.
Today enjoy these Lundi Vert lunch specials, available while they last!
Le Pichet’s famous quiche filled with leeks, crimini mushrooms, gruyere and rich egg custard.
Thanks to the Stranger for recommending Café Presse in their recent round up of the Best Places to Drink Hot Chocolate in Seattle this Winter! Our Chocolat Chaud, made with bittersweet dark chocolate, cocoa, milk, cream and a little sugar, is available all day long both at Café Presse and Le Pichet. Enjoy a cup during these cold winter days or anytime.
Pithivier, also know as Galette de Rois in France, is a traditional dessert make with sweetened puff pastry filled with almond cream, then baked to golden brown. Although it is famously served in France on January 6th to celebrate the 12th day of Christmas, we love it all year long because it is so good! Now at Le Pichet, while it lasts, try the version made by our pastry chef Drake Jones. Drake flavors the filling with a little rum and serves the galette with vanilla creme anglais. Yummy!
In France, it wouldn’t be the Holidays without foie gras. So throughout December, Le Pichet Chef de Cuisine Dave Cooper is making his terrine of whole duck foie gras, made with humanely-raised Hudson Valley foie gras, marinated with sweet wine and pimente d’Espelette. Right now he is serving this terrine with spiced apple compote and grilled country bread..perfect with a glass of Sauternes!
Ring in 2019 at Le Pichet!
Extended dinner hours from 5pm to midnight
Live dinner music beginning at 9:30pm
with The Rosenblatt Duo
Festive appetizer, main course and dessert specials
Special selection of bubbly
Hats – Noisemakers – Confetti – Midnight toast
Reservations by phone only, call 206 256-1499
It’s that time of year again for our house made Vin Chaud, French-style hot mulled wine made with brandy, lemon, orange, honey and sweet winter spices. Just like at the Marché de Noël in France…Now at Le Pichet and Cafe Presse!