Row 1

1060 E Union St
Seattle, WA 98122
(206) 900-8699
$ $ $ $
Mon–Sat: 5:30 PM–10:00 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • Burger- deliciously juicy served on housemade potato bun
  • Frites , French onion soup and French75
  • Service is good, room is crowded and not especially comfortable. Steaks are more pretentious then flavorful. Lots of wa wa about grain versus grass fed. Decent but not worth $200.00 a person.
  • Can get really expensive, but they have cuts of meat for all walks of life (budget). Get there early, they have a set number of cuts, and they cross them off the board throughout the day.
  • We had the chef's 5 course tasting menu with beverage pairing. A couple of the dishes were too salty, but the beef liver mousse and tallow cake were amazing!
  • Tim Reynolds - Best steaks in the city
  • Great wine great service great dinner. Tip is listen to server's advice to branch out of comfort zone.
  • A steakhouse that brings in whole animals from Whidbey Island, butchers and dry-ages them in-house, and sells each steak by its weight, accessorized with bone-marrow or preserved-lemon butter.
  • Seattle's Food lovers trust this place for an uncommon offering like velvet steak or a glorious chuck eye! Try the Reuben mille feuille, layered with brisket, beef belly, cabbage & rye crackers!
  • Really good steak. Pricy but good.
  • Beef aging
  • Chocolate cake- dense yet tender with caramel orange blossom and frozen yogurt
  • Bavette steak with frites and aioli and preserved lemon butter
  • A more casual dress code doesn't stop Bateau from serving a fine dining experience that helps you out of your comfort zone.