French Restaurants in SeaTac, WA


$32 for $50 Worth of French Food — Carousel French Cuisine

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$50 $32

$12 for $20 Worth of Bistro Dinner at Vittles

Vittles

Belltown

This restaurant crafts classic American comfort food with a twist, including brisket poutine and mac and cheese with crab

$20 $12

$17 for $30 Worth of Pizza and Drinks at Bison Creek Pizza & Pub

Bison Creek Pizza & Pub

Burien Lake View

Amid the saloon ambiance of the historic Burien Theatre, enjoy gourmet pizzas, spaghetti with housemade meatballs, and pulled-pork grinders

$30 $17

$17 for $30 Worth of Italian Food at Angelo's of Burien

Angelo's of Burien

Burien Lake View

Authentic recipes straight out of Lazio, Italy make their way onto dinner menus at this restaurant that’s been family owned since 1957

$30 $17

$18 for $30 Worth of Bistro Food and Drinks at Frankie's B-Town Bistro

Frankie's B-Town Bistro

Burien Lake View

Rotating menu includes dishes such as hanger steak with gorgonzola butter, chicken parmesan, grilled prawns, english pea ravioli, and pizza

$30 $18

Hot Pot Cuisine for Two or Four at Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot Downtown Seattle and Bellevue (Up to 45% Off)

Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot

Multiple Locations

Communal diners dunk meats and veggies into a pot of boiling broth, producing cooked bites and a flavorful soup

$20 $11

Indian Cuisine for Two or Four at Maharaja Kent Cuisine of India (50% Off)

Maharaja Kent Cuisine of India

Scenic Hill

Menu includes saag paneer, butter chicken, garlic naan, masala dosa, veggie pakora, boti kebab, and tandoor shrimp

$20 $10

Barbecue for Dinner or Lunch at Palace Korean Bar & Grill (Up to 35% Off)

Palace Korean Bar & Grill

Multiple Locations

Tabletop skillets sear ribs, brisket, and seafood for entrees and all-you-can-eat Korean barbecue complemented by gyoza and udon noodles

$20 $13

$28 for $40 Worth of Gourmet American Cuisine for Dinner at The Scotch and Vine

The Scotch and Vine

Marina District

Artisan cheese plates, filet mignon, game burgers, and juicy sirloin paired with craft beers, scotches, and fine wines

$40 $28

Greek Takeout for One, Two, or Four or Delivered Greek Food from Sky's Greek Kitchen (Up to 44% Off)

Sky's Greek Kitchen

North Auburn

Chefs stuff pitas full of lamb and veggies and hand make pizza dough before slathering it in creamy garlic sauce and adding Greek toppings

$9 $5

$15 for $25 Worth of New Mexican Cuisine, or Brunch for Two at Black Zia Cantina (Up to 41% Off)

Black Zia Cantina

Burien Lake View

Casual dishes such as breakfast burritos loaded with spicy pork, burgers topped with Texas–style chili, and taco omelets

$34.10 $20

Dinner or Lunch at Tokyo Steakhouse (Up to 40% Off). Three Options Available.

Tokyo Steakhouse

Downtown Bellevue

The chefs bring their Japanese-steakhouse culinary skills tableside to entertain diners with flaming onion volcanoes and knife juggling

$50 $35

$12 for Three Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Dim Sum and Pan-Asian Cuisine at Dim Sum Factory ($30 Value)

Dim Sum Factory

Bellevue

Traditional dim sum dishes of barbecue pork buns and shrimp dumplings served alongside pan-Asian spread of noodles, congee, and more

$10 $4

Japanese and Hawaiian Food for Two or Four at 'Ohana Eastside

Ohana Eastside

Gilman

Tropical-themed eatery with Hawaiian-style roast pork and curried stew as well as sushi rolls and sashimi

$35 $21

Brazilian Steak-House Cuisine for Lunch or Dinner at The Grill from Ipanema (Up to 50% off)

The Grill from Ipanema

Belltown

Brazilian passadores, or carvers, offer all-you-can-eat meats with the rodízio experience, along with traditional Brazilian dishes

$60 $30

Indian Food for Dinner at Spice King (40% Off)

Spice King

Renton

Chefs infuse authentic curries and kebabs with flavors from Southern India, the Nepali border, and everywhere in between

$10 $6

$12 for $20 Worth of Vietnamese Food at What the Pho

What The Pho

Downtown Bellvue

Along with dozens of varieties of pho, the eatery, celebrating a grand-reopening serves banh mi sandwiches, wok-fried meat, and tofu dishes

$20 $12

$9 for $15 Worth of Award-Winning Classic American Food at The Buttered Biscuit Too

The Buttered Biscuit Too

Prairie Ridge

French toast, eggs benedict, pot roast, burgers, and more at a restaurant featured on Check, Please! Northwest

$15 $9

Contemporary Steak-House Cuisine for Dinner, Lunch, or Brunch at Flat Iron Grill (Up to 50% Off)

Flat Iron Grill

Gilman

The chefs modernize traditional steak-house cuisine by incorporating locally sourced organic produce and South American flavors

$60 $35

$11 for $20 Worth of Indian Food — third eye grill

Third eye grill

Kent

indian,mediteranean and nepalese/himalayan restaurant that brings you variety of dishes such as butter chicken, kebob

$20 $11

Gourmet Grilled Cheese at The Grilled Cheese Experience (Up to 50% Off). Four Options Available.

The Grilled Cheese Experience

Check Website For Location

Super Deluxe with chipotle cheddar and smoked bacon, Bluesy Chick with blue cheese and chicken, and BBQ Bomb with ribs and barbecue sauce

$7 $4

Mediterranean Cuisine at Gyro House - Seattle (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Gyro House - Seattle

Gyro House

Enjoy Mediterranean favorites such as hummus, spankopita, and hearty gyros at this eatery

$16 $8

$15 for $30 Worth of Mexican Food at La Palmera

La Palmera

Mill Creek Town Center

Award-winning restaurant serves Mexican favorites such as sizzling fajitas, fish tacos, and chicken en mole

$30 $15

$17 for $30 Worth of Steaks and Comfort Food for Dinner for Two at Steel Creek

Steel Creek

New Tacoma

Premium angus steaks and burgers share the menu with Southern-inspired entrees such as whiskey chicken and moonshine prawns

$30 $17

Asian Cuisine at Hidden Teriyaki (Up to 38% Off). Two Options Available.

Hidden Teriyaki

Eastgate

Menu of Japanese and Chinese cuisine includes wok-fried sweet-and-sour chicken, spicy ramen, and dozens of teriyaki entrees

$20 $13

$20 for $30 Worth of Latin Soul Food at Soul

Soul

North End

Chefs prepare Southern and Latin soul food dishes, such as fried chicken, mashed plantains, and pan-fried pork with garlic

$30 $20

$25 for $40 Toward Dinner at Cafe Vincero

Cafe Vincero

New Tacoma

Intimate restaurant with warm atmosphere and views of chefs as they prepare Italian classics such as spaghetti bolognese and chicken marsala

$40 $25

$12 for 2 Original Philly Cheesesteaks (Steak or Chicken) at Go Philly Cheesesteaks & Wings ($21 Value)

Go Philly Cheesesteaks & Wings

Go Philly Cheesesteak and Wings

Original Cheesesteaks pile thinly sliced beef into rolls topped with cheese and onions, with choice of prime steak or white-meat chicken

$21 $12

$8 for $16 Worth of Cafe Food for Two or More at Mustardseed Cafe

Mustardseed Cafe

Downtown Seattle

Inside the historical IBM building lies the cafe, where guests tear into bacon burritos with salsa, banana-pecan pancakes, and bibimbap

$16 $8

$12 for $20 Worth of Korean Food at Palace Korean Bar & Grill - Lakewood

Palace Korean Bar & Grill - Lakewood

Northeast Lakewood

Menu includes everything from short rib bento boxes and spicy squid to Korean barbecue with plenty of sides

$20 $12

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  • Place Pigalle
    Place Pigalle: A User’s Guide French Cuisine | Pike Place Market | Puget Sound Views | Intimate Seating Sample Menu Cocktail: Mariana, made with vodka, Mandarine Napoléon, Campari, and fresh lime Appetizer: octopus with housemade lavender-and-fennel sausage, preserved lemon, tomatoes, spinach, and garlic Entree: bouillabaisse provençale with seasonal fish, Dungeness crab, clams, mussels, prawns, saffron-tomato broth, and crostini rouille Where to Sit: Day or night, find a window seat, or—better yet—grab a table outside to take in the epitomic Seattle sights. When to Go: The restaurant is open seven days a week for lunch and dinner, or you can stop in for a glass of wine or cocktail at the bar. While You’re Waiting Take in the views of the bright ferris wheel, glimmering Elliott Bay, and Olympic Mountain. Glance through the 11-page list of regional and international reserve wines, from champagnes to sherries. Inside Tips Don’t skip the cocktails. Bartenders squeeze fresh orange, grapefruit, lime, and lemon juice for house drinks, such as the Tuscan Lemon Drop with fresh lemon and vanilla-citrus liquor, and classics like a Hemingway Daiquiri or Corpse Reviver #2. Silence your cell. Fellow diners will appreciate it, and the staff will expect it. Fun Fact: Place Pigalle is named after the red-light district in Paris. Years before it became a fine-dining institution in 1982, it served as a bordello (masked as an inn), a biker hangout, and then a gathering place for artists and travelers. Vocab Lesson Dungeness crab: West Coast crab with a slightly sweeter taste than snow or king crabs. Bouillabaisse: a Provençal fish stew originating in Marseille, typically made with several types of fish and shellfish and served with rouille on grilled bread. Rouille: a creamy sauce blended with olive oil, breadcrumbs, and saffron.
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    81 Pike Street
    Seattle, WA US
  • Cafe Campagne
    Cafe Campagne: A User’s Guide French Comfort Food | Award-Winning Fries | House-Made Charcuterie | Popular Brunch Spot | 30 Wines Sample Menu Brunch: scrambled eggs with fresh herbs and pork sausage Lunch: croque monsieur Dinner: crispy duck-leg confit Dessert: homemade ice cream Where to Sit: Ask for a table on the terrace, where patrons can look out on all the bustling activity of Pike Place Market. When to Go: Try happy hour, which occurs from 4–6 p.m. Monday–Friday. While You’re Waiting: Grab a seat at the long, wooden bar. Bartenders mix cocktails and pour 30 wines by the glass. Inside Tips Mark your calendar. Every year, the café hosts Drink Pink, a party with wine tastings and hor d'oeuvres. French accents are optional. If you can’t find something on the wine list, bring your own bottle for a small corkage fee. Cafe Campagne is cool with this, as long as they don’t offer the same wine. Press and Praise The Stranger says “Cafe Campagne makes you feel like everything’s all right, especially at weekend brunch.” Eater readers put the café on their list of Top 8 French Fries in Seattle. Vocab Lesson Croque-monsieur: originated in French cafés, this pressed sandwich is filled with ham, gruyère, and béchamel. (A fried egg turns it into a croque-madame.) Confit: a French term used to describe food that has been cooked in oil, syrup, or—in the case of some meat—its own fat, and then preserved. While You’re in the Neighborhood Before: Buy a vintage poster at Old Seattle Paperworks (1514 Pike Place). After: Catch a surprising, tongue-in-cheek production at Theater Schmeater (2125 3rd Avenue).
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    1600 Post Alley
    Seattle, WA US
  • Virginia Inn
    The Three Faces of Virginia Inn Local Ingredients While Virginia Inn started as a bar, it's now more of a bistro, serving specialty cocktails, local beers and wines, and dishes made with Pacific Northwest ingredients. Washington beef comprises burgers, Alaskan halibut fills sandwiches, and Oregon shrimp mingles with veggies. Even the ice cream is local, hailing from Snoqualmie Gourmet Ice Cream. Artistic Traditions Art has been an important part of Virginia Inn since opening under the current management in 1981. It claims to be one of the area's first "artbars," featuring more than 300 artists on its walls over the years. So beloved is its art tradition that the Seattle Post-Intelligencer called it one of the two best places to show art in the city in the '80s. High Praise The only reason Virginia Inn wasn’t considered an all-out dive bar was its historic status (it's been around in some form since 1903). That changed in 2008, however, when the space was renovated into what Seattle Met calls "a French-meets-Northwest bistro and bar that outclasses some of the best restaurants in the city." Frommer's also took notice of the menu, praising the spot for it’s “decent, inexpensive French food".
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    1937 1st Avenue
    Seattle, WA US
  • Joe Bar
    Joe Bar: A User's Guide Coffee from Local Roasters | Crepes and Paninis | Local Artwork | Wine and Beer | Outdoor Seating Sample Menu Crepe: serrano ham, egg, and gruyere cheese Panini: wine-cured salami, gruyère cheese, and roasted red peppers Drink: coffee sourced from the independent Seattle roaster, Fonté Where to Sit: When the weather is nice, try to snag a coveted outdoor table. When it's rainy, cozy up at one of the second-floor tables overlooking the rest of the café. The Vibe: The small size of the shop makes it a popular place for quiet activities such as reading, studying, and folding leftover crepes into origami. When to Go: Coffee and pastries such as muffins and cookies are served at all hours, but the kitchen stops making crepes and paninis earlier in the evening. While You’re Waiting: Admire the café’s collection of artwork. It’s a result of the One-Eared Rabbit Collaborative, Joe Bar’s initiative to showcase the works of a different artist on the second Thursday of each month. Pieces can range from paintings to woodblock prints.
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    810 East Roy Street
    Seattle, WA US
  • Hangar Cafe
    Five Things to Know About Hangar Cafe This breakfast-and-lunch spot serves up made-from-scratch crepes and sandwiches alongside helpings of Stumptown Coffee. Read on to learn more. Its award-winning crepes are the biggest draw. These range from savory options such as the turkey pesto crepe with egg, mozzarella, roma tomatoes, baby spinach, basil pesto, and crème fraîche to sweet classics such as the Nutella crepe with powdered sugar and whipped cream. It also has seasonal specialties. The pumpkin waffles pair puréed pumpkin with belgian-waffle batter, made tastier with spices and maple syrup. It’s basically located in a house. As such, space is limited, and the dining room only fits about 20 people. During the summer, a sizeable patio expands the eatery’s capacity, though its proximity to Boeing Field may annoy visitors who are wary of loud sounds or prefer to make their own airplane noises. You can wash your meal down wine a mimosa, beer, or wine. Put a spin on a conventional mimosa with flavor options that include apple raspberry, apple blackberry, apple ginger, and grapefruit. If you’re short on time, pick up a to-go lunch. For under $8, you get a box lunch with a sandwich, salad, and homemade chocolate-chip bar. Just remember to call your order in at least 30 minutes ahead.
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    6261 13th Avenue South
    Seattle, WA US
  • Cafe Besalu
    The Press Box: Cafe Besalu The line often stretches out the door at Cafe Besalu—but the wait might not seem too long. That’s because the aromas wafting outside spark daydreams of savory and sweet croissants, quiche, and of course, coffee. Read on for more of the buzz surrounding this Seattle hotspot. "Among Besalu's croissants, brioches, and danishes you'll find the humble ginger biscuit. If you're lucky enough to nab one (or two) hot out of the oven, it won't just warm your belly, but your entire being." — Seattle Weekly “A slice of France here in Ballard, this small, casual bakery gets patrons from across the entire city, thanks to its I-swear-I'm-in-Paris croissants—they are buttery, flaky perfection.” — Fodor’s "At Ballard’s Besalu, James Miller’s soft, somewhat stout croissants ($2.30) land on the pale side of the spectrum, which lends them a soft, subtle, pure butter flavor." — Seattle magazine “At Besalu, ham-and-cheese and chocolate croissants, orange-glazed brioche, quiche, and more are all made with benevolent obsessiveness by pastry chef/co-owner James Miller.” — The Stranger
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    5909 24th Avenue Northwest
    Seattle, WA US

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