Our group ordered one of each desserts offered on the menu, and each dessert was amazing, super flavorful and not overly sweet. Our meals were superb as well, but I'd come here just for dessert and coffee anytime.
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I didn't book this meal but I had to review. Fabulous house made pate. Great wine list..... Like great!! And the best lamb I've had. I've had lamb in 14 countries and this is quite honestly the best I've had. If you love lamb then...More
Cassis closed Dec 19, 2015, and is now reopened as Bistro Maree, happy to see continuity with staff. A recent meal there was very good. TA should pull Cassis from it's listing or update it with correct information. We enjoyed many meals while Cassis and...More
A first visit last December gave us Christmas goose and an unforgettable dinner experience. Now a "go to", favorite and highly recommended to our friends, we visit often. Every meal delectable. The flavors dance and play. Enjoy the rotating, seasonal market fresh menu. The service...More
Sharing my birthday with friends we tried Cassis on Alki Beach in Seattle. Before Cassis moved from Capital Hill to Alki Beach I ate there on many occasions. We decided to try the new location. The ambiance and service were excellent, the entrees were good...More
Went to Cassis with a friend I hadn't seen for a while to catch up on the news. It was the perfect place fora leisurely conversation punctuated with excellent food. The house made pate was excellent; the frisee salad was perfectly dressed; the cassoulet--an old...More
This cafe has very good food and some unusual dishes (like a lovely liver dish--see how many restaurants you can name that still serve liver!), but the interior could use some work and I bet that in Seattle, now a world-class city, the owner could...More
Delightful small restaurant with classic and creative French cuisine, nightly specials, menu changes every few months. Nice happy hour menu, full bar and extensive wine list. Beautiful views over Puget Sound at Alki Point, where Seattle was founded in1851.
My husband and I used to go to Cassis when it was on Capitol Hill. We went there the night before we got married, and for our first anniversary (and countless other meals!). We were so saddened when Cassis closed...and so very thrilled when we...More
The menu at Cassis changes monthly. The range of options was excellent. Each dish was unique and creative. Our waiter knew about each of the dishes and took the time to answer our questions and describe things in as much detail as we needed. We...More