You simply can’t go wrong ordering anything at Boat Street. The food is French with seasonal ingredients from the Pacific Northwest. With entrées priced between $15-$18, it’s a bit of a splurge for lunch. But if you don’t fancy a big meal, 10 dollars get you the best tomato soup in town and a toasty Goat Cheese sandwich (Magali Tomato Soup with Goat Cheese Baguette). A portion of their menu changes often. Recently we’ve had (pictured below) a hearty Provençal beef stew, a tender juicy trout and a delicious duck breast. Whatever you order, don’t skip the Amaretto Bread Pudding with Butter Rum Cream Sauce. It’s the best bread pudding EVER!
One of Rachel Young‘s restaurants that’s open for lunch and provides free parking. Given that the food is Korean fusion, the flavor is on the salty and spicy side. we recommend: King oyster mushroom salad with black lentil and smoked peanut; Pork belly pancake with kimchi and bean sprout; Short rib rice with sambal daikon, mustard green and egg yolk; Dungeness crab noodle with seaweed, spicy red curry and crème fraiche.
Classic French bistro food, with a good charcuterie selection.
Le menu is heavy on protein. It’s worthwhile to check out their daily specials.
You MUST order at least one quiche. They have the best quiche in Seattle.
Gâteau de riz Grandmère is their most popular dessert. It is super creamy and just a tad sweet. Thanks to chef Jim Drohman, the recipe can be found on his blog site.