Le Pichet

Row 1

1933 1st Ave
Seattle, WA 98101
(206) 256-1499
$ $ $
Mon–Sun: 8:00 AM–Midnight

Foursquare Tips

  • Go to Le Pichet order the quiche. They run out of it by 130
  • This French bistro possesses both a legendary roast chicken and an informal charm that makes you want to linger all afternoon with some charcuterie and cheese. [Eater 38 Member]
  • quiche, order it. :)
  • Their bread and butter is insanely good. Best I've ever had.
  • Best quiche in the city. Also order the Chef's choice charcuterie plate! So good!
  • Two eggs broiled with ham and gruyere on the all day menu is incredible..
  • Check the blackboard for current cheese & charcuterie selections. So good!
  • This is the best and most authentic simple French food you'll ever get in Seattle and possibly the whole of the West Coast.
  • The cafe latte is amazing no matter the barista. I love that they have bar options but I've never tried yet. The charcuterie and cheese board options are worth every calorie. Need to come for dinner!
  • They seem to have a seasonal menu, but the poached fish with lobster over chard was amazing this fall.
  • Classic. French. Restrained.
  • Renee Erickson, chef of Boat Street Cafe, eats here on her nights off. She loves the Baguette au jambon.
  • Ask the server for suggestions. They are very knowledgable
  • Very cozy and accommodating with great service. The salads are delicious.
  • The helpful staff can give really good recommendation!! I recommend the cured meat plate with the chef's selection and the quiche!
  • Quiche and a Demi pichet
  • "If you're like me and have a real soft spot for a superb well-executed old-school French bistro, Le Pichet is one of the best in the country."
  • Order the quiche of the day or you're wrong!
  • Best hot chocolate, ever...
  • Red pepper leek with gruyere quiche.