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  • Cuisine: French , Bars
  • Accepts Credit Card: Yes
  • Parking: Street
  • Atmosphere: Normal
  • Take Reservations: Yes
  • Serves: Yes

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Loulay Kitchen & Bar is a French restaurant. It's located at 600 Union St in Seattle, WA 98101.

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    They definitely have retained their edge as one of the best in this metro. Before c19, this was in my regular lunch rotation when working in the office; take-out since. Food and experience remain top notch, comparable to some 1 Michelin star places in Silicon Valley and SF. Must visit in Seattle. PS. The dining room is gorgeous!

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    10

    "Perfect "

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    Started with the Gem Salad, incredible dressing and cheese, tasted the Parisian Gnocchi, melted in my mouth, with hazelnuts, the flavor, what an experience. Second dish was the Risotto, beet flavor prepared spectacular, one of the best risotto dishes I have tasted, perfect. Dessert was the Black and White Chocolate entremet, carefully prepared and the passion fruit coulis was outstandingly tasteful, this is a place that must be experienced for its culinary art.

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    10

    "Perfect "

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    Quite nice bistro with excellent wines. I had duck confit and it was perfect. I was in for an early lunch and bar seating was nice and completely open.... But I got the impression you may need reservations even on weekday afternoons.Price was reasonable and commensurate for the atmosphere/quality of experience. Just over fifty for entre, wine.Also had a really nice espresso. I'd stop in again just for that.If you spy an open table, or have time to make a reso, I highly recommend.

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    10

    "Perfect "

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    Mind blown. Best French food Ive ever had. The French onion soup was ridiculously good especially if you like cheese then this is cheese freakin galore. I had the 3 course set menu for $30 . Worth every penny. The crab risotto was spectacular. My friend had the chicken which was excellent too. I ended the my visit with the spicy beignets. So good!!!! The ambience here is perfect for brunch/ a date. Im sure itll look beautiful at night too. Cant wait to go back here on my next trip to Seattle .

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    10

    "Perfect "

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    Food

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    Went here for lunch and it was great! Potato soup was delicious. Halibut over creamy mash potatoes super yummy with the sauce. Dessert was creme fraiche cheese cake the perfect ending.Service was excellent and they have lunch set deals that you can choose entrees from the menu.

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    10

    "Perfect "

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    Wonderful brunch place. Everything is perfectly balanced and absolutely tasty. Interior is beautifully designed and staff are all nice and friendly. Had the French toast and croque madame with fries. Sounds heavy, but the way they do it is very light and not too much. It can get busy, so make reservations a few days in advance.

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    10

    "Perfect "

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    Loulay Kitchen & Bar has been probably my first purist French Cuisine experience. Great service, super awesome food, paired with even better wines, & the desserts, are to die for, I was in foodie heaven.This is my first visit here, on a cold evening in downtown Seattle. After quickly getting seated, our steward handed down the simple menu with an exhaustive wine list. After we chose our mains, we received help on what wines to pair our selections with.I went for Marys Organic Chicken, with Potato, & Djon mustard. Chicken is a safe choice, primarily because its my first time trying French food, in a proper French setting.After a little long wait we were presented our mains, which looked impressive & very French. Plating was done beautifully, the chicken was cooked nice & firm, classic French techniques & tasted delicious.The little roasted potatoes, with a mustard sauce as the base where the chicken rested, loved every mouthful, full of flavours & experiencing classic French cuisine.Portions were large, but the greedy me, knowing how good French desserts are, shamelessly asked to see the dessert menu.The menu looked impressive & having heard up the chefs grandmothers recipe being followed, wanted to order the Hot Chocolate. However was pulled between that and a Chocolate Sorbet. The already greedy self, decided to have both the desserts while my friend picked up a Valrhona Chocolate Torte.My Hot Chocolate came with a toasted brioche & salted butter. The brioche was the perfect accompaniment to warm chocolate to be dipped into, the salted butter helped to break the sweetness from the chocolate beautifully.My second dessert, the Chocolate Sorbet was placed in the middle, within a circle made up of hazelnut, cocoa nibs, feuilletine, tiny globs of meringue. The vanilla milk was poured around the circle which helped swirl them up along with a spoonful of sorbet. Every spoonful makes a complex attempt to fool your palate on experiencing different textures of crunch with the super smooth sorbet.This place is special, first time am giving 5 stars to a restaurant, here in Seattle. Simple reason that they lived up to an expectation & exceeded that with the dessert, even though it is a very expensive diner.I might just return to try their desserts, as they are hard to miss at a high price point of the meal.

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    "Perfect "

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    We were a walk in, no reservation but they were able to cater for my sister and me.Great menu and I know I need to come back and try more things. Service was good too.Had the crab beignet for starters, halibut for my main was just the right portion and perfectly cooked and just delicious with the brussel sprouts. My sister had the chicken but the portion was a bit too big for her.We had the baget for sides but the desserts...I have to tell you the pavlova and the panna cotta were just too good.I'd come back for the dessert if nothing else.

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    8

    "Great "

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    Food

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    I read a lot of reviews before going here and unfortunately, I would not recommend this restaurant (for dinner). For the price and location, there are far better options in Seattle.The French onion soup was too sweet and was more like an onion stew than a soup- Very little broth, mostly large pieces of onion, and it was too sweet.The wine was nice. But they didn't make it.Their drink, And the beet goes on... Was far too acidic and not very good. I'm a big fan of vodka and beets. Maybe they need to use a better vodka? Not sure, but the drink tasted cheap.The entrees were nothing amazing. We had the risotto dish (beets, crab, etc) and the roasted chicken. The flavors and overall components seemed amateur. The ingredients used and the ratio of things was completely off.We ordered dessert, hoping things would end better, but nope!Overall I would give the food 2 stars. The atmosphere is nice, the service was good. Our waiter was fun and very knowledgeable, but he had an attitude of "why are you here" lolOverall, I would not recommend Loulay for dinner.

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    6

    "Good "

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    The food was good, but the service was beyond slow! Myself and my party of 4 tried more than half the menu and I would say the portion size is small for the cost and the wait time between dishes was extreme. I would definitely opt for another location if seeking better ambiance and service. Our bill if curious was 384 dollars and change.

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    6

    "Good "