Chloe Bistrot is a French-style restaurant located in Seattle. The ambiance here is quaint and intimate, making it a great place for a romantic date or an evening with close friends and family. In addition to its meal options, Chloe Bistrot offers full bar service, complete with a list of popular French wines. There is also adequate parking available.
The French onion soup is quite popular at Chloe Bistrot. Mussels gratinees with garlic butter sauce is another favorite appetizer among guests. The entrées include flavorful dishes like house-made gnocchi with pesto sauce, the Kobe burger with brie and caramelized onions or braised chicken with red wine, mushrooms and bacon. You can end your meal with a with signature desserts like mousse au chocolat, crème brûlée or tiramisu.
Went for restaurant week and was not disappointed. Very tasty pork flank with wonderful seasoning. Quiet noise level!
We wanted something a little different, and Chloe fit the bill. They have a typical 3 course plat de jour, very reasonably priced. I ventured to the specials which were classic French choices, from their daily fresh sheet. The special potage was vichyssoise, and the entrée was sole with that brown butter light saucing that brought out the flavor of the fresh fish. Surrounding it was a piping hot risotto laced with fresh English peas. All accompanied with their recommendation of the 8 year old red from their cellar. Could not do dessert, but the pot de chocolat looked tempting! Easy and plentiful parking out front or in back made this a delicious and easy evening out.
I went to Chloe as part of Seattle Restaurant Week this year. All of my choices were delicious - salad, red snapper, chocolate dessert. Mmmm!
Chaque fois que nous allons à Seattle nous trouver le temps de prendre le dîner à Chloé. La nourriture est splendide, carte des vins très agréable et les prix sont raisonnables et le service est merveilleux (Jean toléré mon français tout au long de la soirée). Chloé a une séance de style européen mais pas très proche qui favorise la conversation avec d'autres convives. Super endroit pour un grand dîner loin de la foule touristique de Seattle.
We ordered the escargot, mussels and grilled romaine - all excellent. We will be back. Thank you.
There's not much to review since the restaurant was closed for no apparent reason.
This was the first visit to Chloe for my friend and I. It was Sat., Sept. 27, 2014. I wanted to try the classic dishes from the $25 menu; my friend ordered a la carte. Service was good at first but then the bistrot filled up and it was overly slow, especially for my dessert. The noise level became very high. We happened to be seated by a group of 6 people, which was definitely part of the problem.
The food was very good although my hanger steak was a bit beyond the medium rare I'd ordered. My friend's mussels looked and tasted wonderful and she raved about her beet salad. My Bordeaux wine was a good value for $10.
I liked the banquettes around one end of the restaurant. I would return, but probably during the week.
We had a very enjoyable dinner with friends at Chloe. The waiter was friendly and helpful and the food was delicious. I had the French onion soup and the salmon and both were prepared perfectly. I will be going back.
We enjoyed the quiet in this restaurant. We have experienced higher and higher noise levels in restaurants and dislike it. The french onion soup was excellent. My friend had the Seasonal mixed greens salad that was very good but the portion was too small. Both the Salmon and Snapper entrees were very good. The Crème Brûlée is enough for two and delicious.
The duck and the scallops were truly outstanding. The sauce on both were excellent. The creme Brule was covered with a perfectly carmelized crust. Great meal with excellent service.