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Toulouse Petit Kitchen & Lounge
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Ranked #79 of 4,454 Restaurants in Seattle
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: USD 9 - USD 30
Cuisines: Cajun & Creole
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Good for: Bar Scene
Dining options: After-hours, Dinner, Breakfast, Lunch, Reservations, Takeout
Dining style: Casual Elegant
Neighbourhood: Magnolia / Queen Anne
Cross street: Queen Anne Ave & Mercer
Description: Centered around the cuisine, decor and imagery of the French Quarter and New Orleans and creating the feel of the Big Easy, Toulouse is one of the most intricate and ambitiously built restaurants in a generation. Our expansive menus offer culinary diversity and range from traditional Creole and French Quarter menu choices to traditional Parisian and French countryside preparations to more innovative dishes that are entirely unique to Toulouse. At Toulouse we are tremendously committed to offering value in all of its various forms, which includes our intricate and texturally rich decor, cuisine prepared with discipline and skill, fabulous cocktails, a diverse Northwest and French centered wine list, unrepeatable and unique people, and accessible prices in an adult escapist and community environment.
Reviewed 6 April 2018 via mobile

Went during Seattle Restaurant week. Great dinner. All four of us happy with everything we ordered. The Gnocchi, crab and fried green tomato appetizer, and pecan pie stole the show. Great wine list with some great 40-60$ choices. The beignets were good, but not New Orleans quality. Great service from Lauren, fantastic atmosphere.

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Reviewed 3 April 2018 via mobile

We had a lovely night of great food and service. They do a gourmet version of many classic southern dishes. It was lovely eating, bathed in candlelight. Though it looks like a church inside the room was lively with conversation and music. Be careful to ask how spicy your dish is, they kind of assume you like it spicy.

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Reviewed 29 March 2018 via mobile

Cool place in st Anne district that is French/ Cajun. Great wine list and large selection of whiskeys.

The menu was much larger than I usually see in an upscale place but everything that our table of 6 had was excellent. Special call out to the market salad and the blackened rib eye

Thank John M
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Reviewed 9 March 2018

We had a wonderful dinner, with a bottle of sancerre. Food was excellent, and timing of it coming out was perfect. Very pleasant atmosphere and staff. The cup of gumbo soup was almost a meal in itself - chock full of seafood and big, fat shrimp. Good value and not crazy prices.

Downside: The only way to get a reservation (without going in person, which we did), is via OpenTable. If you phone for a reservation, the message tells you to book on line via OpenTable. However, on OpenTable, the restaurant only has a few tables for 2, so it appears booked up even if there is availability. (the last bit of info was from the hostess when we went in person to make a reservation)

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Thank Sitka D
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Reviewed 23 February 2018

Stopped by here on Fat Tuesday. The crowd was great, the bartenders were rude.

asked for a "well" whiskey coke, got a "jim beam" and coke for $10.87 and that's without tip. I guess they are tapping into some of that young amazon crowd with lots of disposable income.

I could go on, but I don't have the energy for it.

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Thank Alex T
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