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$9 - $30
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American, Cajun & Creole

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Magnolia / Queen Anne
0.5 miles from Space Needle
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Reviewed November 6, 2020 via mobile

We found Toulouse Petit on Yelp and it looked really good so we decided to give it a try. From downtown, we took the monorail like typical tourists and got to Seattle Center and Toulouse Petit was a 10 minute walk to the Queen Anne...neighborhood. We walked in and were seated almost instantly (this being Tuesday, it probably would be easier to get a seat than on a Saturday or Sunday - more on this in a minute). We noticed very good spacing between tables and plexiglass shields between all tables. They dropped off water and paper menus. At the top, the menu said Toulouse Petit was voted Seattle's most popular brunch numerous years in a row so I would think a Sat or Sun may require a reservation (just guessing). We took a while to order because the menu was huge - we had just missed happy hour brunch because it ended at 11 and we got there at 11:30. We got the large pot of French pressed coffee and I got a sazerac and my girlfriend got the bloody mary. Our server (who was really good but we neglected to get his name) brought our drinks and gave us more time for the food. We ultimately settled on the beignets for her app and a goat cheese omelette for her main. It was restaurant week in Seattle so I chose off the special restaurant week menu which had 2 courses for 20 bucks - gumbo for starter and jambalaya for main. The food was really good. Beignets were warm and chewy triangles with a side of creme anglaise. My girlfriend loved her omelette and it was generously sized with potatoes on the side - she gave me what she couldn't finish. I did not love it as much but that's only because I don't like goat cheese. My restaurant week specials were good too. The gumbo was hearty with some nice fried chicken pieces in it. The jambalaya had sausage and 3 nicely done shrimp in it. Good food, great service, good drinks. If you make it on time for hh brunch, you could get many of the entrees for 3 bucks less and bloody Marys for 8 bucks. We missed it but no biggie. With tax, tip, 2 drinks, large coffee pot, restaurant week for me, app and entree for her, the bill came out to about 102 bucks.More

Date of visit: November 2020
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Reviewed November 1, 2020

My wife/fiancée (wedding ceremony delayed due to Covid) went to Toulouse for Halloween, and it was the best restaurant experience we have ever had in Seattle. The restaurant itself was beautiful and atmospheric, and the food was absolutely delicious. They had a wide array of...selections for different price ranges, which was appreciated. We had Sea Scallop Coins, the Seafood Gumbo, and an arrangement of 3 of their cheeses. Every dish blew us away, and the service provided by our waiter, Harrison, made this an incredibly memorable experience. He was perceptive, friendly, and good-humored; he even noticed my wife's ring and congratulated us. He even went as far as giving as a plate of beignets as a congratulations--above and beyond service, and I only wish I could have tipped more. After our first night there, we already know we want to come here again as often as we can. I have no complaints about my experience at Toulouse!More

Date of visit: October 2020
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Reviewed October 29, 2020 via mobile

We went two times in this restaurant, before and after covid. We’ve been in NOLA a couple of years ago and tried all their delicious food, this restaurant is a good representation of it. Price are correct, it’s a huge menu almost too long, the...gumbo and the crawfish beignet were delicious. But I gave a 4 star because the service was pretty slow both times and the wine list was simply insufficient.More

Date of visit: September 2020
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Reviewed October 17, 2020 via mobile

We actually ate here twice in our visit to the area. Once on purpose for a great meal with friends for a wedding and again when we got takeout the night before we left. The atmosphere here was pleasantly amazing and several precautions were in...place to ensure proper protection from COVID19. One of the parts we were especially impressed with was all of the small candles along the walls. Everyone was amazed at the food selection available and nobody in our left had anything but good comments about the food and service we received. I had the jambalaya and the spice was perfect! The night we ordered takeout, we had actually not realized that it was the same place we had eaten previously with our friends and again, we were amazed.More

Date of visit: October 2020
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Reviewed September 17, 2020

I hadn't eaten here in quite a while, and was glad to see they have dining in now. My daughter and I had lunch, and it was delicious. Our server was great. My daughter had the French Onion soup, very good, and a simple salad....I had the Yellow beet salad, with Stilton and walnut vinaigrette. Fabulous! I'm already craving that. I also had Duck Pate, which was excellent, just needed a few more toasts. I'll be going back soon!More

Date of visit: September 2020
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Reviewed July 24, 2020 via mobile

Amazing service and awesome food. Menu selections are great and food even better. Gumbo, breakfast and burgers. French press Coffee

Date of visit: July 2020
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Reviewed March 25, 2020

Really enjoyed our meal in here, loved the restaurant atmosphere and the food, the service was excellent

Date of visit: March 2020
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Reviewed March 13, 2020 via mobile

I always recommend here for friends who are visiting. Lunch lines can be long but lots of variety on the menu and great attentive staff! Beignets are awesome.

Date of visit: March 2020
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Reviewed February 24, 2020 via mobile

The food and service are incredible. We will absolutely be back the next time we’re in Seattle. The crab and blood orange salad was delicious and the ribeye was one of the best we’ve had. It’s a great spot for datenight!

Date of visit: February 2020
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Reviewed February 13, 2020

I loved everything about this restaurant. Like walking into a magical grotto. Worth coming to USA for!! Our dishes were all delicious (Catalan prawns yum!) but the Cauliflower Leeks and Asparagus Vicyssoise is one of the best things I have ever eaten. My signature cocktail...the Madame Toulouse was lovely as well! The wine menu was extensive and the manager helped us pick the perfect bottle. Only fault is I wanted to try everything on the very large menu!!More

Date of visit: February 2020
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Response from hotrats51 | Reviewed this property |
I don’t see why not. It’s a restaurant with a bar in it, not a bar that serves food. Kids should be fine! (You’ll want to accompany them, should they have to use the restrooms, though. To visit this restaurant’s facilities... More
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casual incl shorts and sandals.
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Parking can be an issue- no lot.
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