Great ambiance, food is pretty amazing, and portions are huge, and staff are friendly. I will definitely go back again.
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Who woulda thunk it? We traveling 2500 miles to find the best Cajun on a different coast, in the Pacific Northwest instead of the gulf. We went twice, but could've gone 10 times and still found new things on the very extensive menu. Just the...More
Fun atmosphere; good food; nice staff, though they are stretched at Happy Hour. We've been here twice in the last couple of years when visiting Seattle. Both times had good experiences and enjoyed the food. Reservations are needed; though last visit, we got lucky with...More
My coworker and I went here for breakfast while on a business trip and so glad we did! The food was so flavorful, fresh and local. You can tell! Very unique selection of flavors but also some classics for those who aren’t so adventurous. Friendly...More
We often go to Toulouse Petit for breakfast when we visit Seattle. Excellent breakfast menu selection with truly interesting and very tasty selections. And the beignets are fantastic - always have to have some.
Arguably one the best happy hours around. Had six different dishes, and all were top notch. Great flavors, and our waitress was fantastic. Just got back from New Orleans, and this place would complete with the best down there.
Almost every time my husband travels to Seattle he makes the time to have dinner at this favourite of his. Finally I made it to Seattle and therefor to Toulouse Petit. After all the praise I have hear, I was not disappointed. Had the traditional...More
We were here on vacation. Our hotel suggested this restaurant and we were so happy. The gumbo was delicious as well as the fried tomatoes that I had. Whenever I go to a new place I like to try the gumbo and believe me this...More
We stumbled upon this gem while staying across the street at the MarQueen Hotel. We were going to dine at the Melting Pot but were turned down because we didn't have reservations (and the restaurant was dead... it was a Wednesday!). THANK GOODNESS they turned...More