Great food and great ambiance! The atmosphere of the restaurant is an incredible antidote to dark, rainy, dreary winter Seattle days!
Delicious food. I ordered the grilled Marquez lamb sausage w/ shoe string potatoes,soft fried egg and salad.Delicious! We topped it of with a seasonal mimosa . Thus was a hearty delicious meal!
We took advantage of Seattle Restaurant Week to get a fabulous meal at a bargain price. The atmosphere and decor at Lucs is charming, the unique people watching is only available in Seattle & the service was perfect.The food lived up to the famous "Chef in a Hat"s" reputation. Fresh, local ingredients, cooked to perfection. The only inconvenience - available... More
Back home for 2 weeks from a trip to France, my husband and I were missing some good French comfort food. We figured Luc was a solid bet, even though its not quite traditional. We opted for the Seattle Restaurant Week menu. Thumbs up: - The cheese selection is great. We had some in our salad starters and the cheese... More
We had dinner for the first time at Luc in early August. It was easy to find, with ample parking found within a few blocks. The atmosphere was casual. Service was very good. The server was very friendly and provided recommendations. My wife had "le menu du jour", which is a very good deal, and I ordered a la carte:... More
While visiting family in Seattle, we had a late breakfast, brunch at LUC. I started with a Bloody Mary made with beet juice, which was OK, but not what my taste buds wanted. The mushroom omelet was very good. Two others had a sandwich and eggs Benedict with pulled pork instead of Canadian bacon. This restaurant likes to take usual... More
Luc is one of those restaurants nested in a quiet and upscale neighborhood. I had the pleasure to dine in and it truly serves some of the best French cuisine I have tasted. From the smoked salmon tartine to boeuf bourguignon, the dishes are all expertly prepared. Delicate yet delicious. Reservation is highly recommended.
My husband and I joined another couple for dinner on a Tuesday night at Luc, our first visit. We enjoyed a few of their summer cocktails - $10 and a bottle of the house Rose for $40 which was quite good. I had the cassoulet which was packed with perfectly cooked duck, lamb and sausage. The beans were more soft... More
Several of us went to Luc's for dinner. In many restaurants, if you choose the tasting menu, the whole table has to do the same. What I appreciated about Luc's is that we didn't have to do that. So four of us did the tasting menu (only $35 for 3 very nice courses), and the rest were a la carte.... More
We visited Luc intending to sample Restaurant Week fare but chose from the regular menu. The restaurant is lively and crowded. We were at the back, off the kitchen bar, with seating a little tight for comfort. We shared a salade frisee which was wonderful followed by cassoulet which was a bit salty and garnished with frisee. The kitchen might... More
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