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"Champagne Diner is so pretty inside, it’s like a dream. You know you’re in a diner here — the long counter with its swivel stools, the color-flecked tabletops, the dove-gray upholstered booths — but you don’t know exactly when or where. This isn’t 1950s reproduction, chrome-edged and jukebox-jangling with insistent nostalgia for a time best left behind. It doesn’t feel quite present-day, either; too spacious, too tasteful, calm, even. The room seems less Americana than subtly, futuristically Frenchified, with slender brass arms holding glass bar shelves and a flock of matching, stylized birds flying across the opposite wall."
-Bethany Jean Clement, Seattle Times food writer
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.
by Executive Chef; Paul Maroun, former co-owner of Mashawi.
Paul has over 20 + years of restaurateur experience cooking authentic Lebanese/Mediterranean cuisine, in Uptown/Queen Anne, Seattle area and Lebanon. Paul runs Maroun Mediterranean Grill solely, and will be serving the same popular Lebanese/Mediterranean dishes he has always enjoyed preparing for the Queen Anne community, as well as some of his unique original specials. Maroun Mediterranean Grill is a Lebanese American small family business, including Paul's wife, Miriam and their 3 young children. They are focused on bringing traditional comfort food from the Mediterranean; specifically Lebanon, to their patrons.
- JSJannaSSeattle / Eastern Washington •3 reviews5.0Dined 1 day agoRoti has been a long time favorite of mine. As a regular in the neighborhood, I can always rely on them to provide a delicious meal, promptly served. Highly recommended.More infoRoti Cuisine of IndiaPrice: Moderate• Indian• Queen Anne•4.5
- OTOpenTable DinerSan Francisco Bay Area •1 review5.0Dined 2 days agoGreta has been a server there for 17 years. I went in there once for the first time a year ago and I was lucky enough to have her again on my most recent second visit. She suggested the very best highlights of the menu and was even able to have them recreate an amazing off-menu squid ink pasta and prawn Calabrian chili dish that I got my very first time in. It was delightful because I had been thinking about that dish ever since that first time I had it a year ago. If you’re ever in Seattle, make sure you get a reservation for The Pink Door. It’s beyond excellent in every way. Every bite of everything we ordered was exquisite. From the scallops, to the affogato dessert, and every appetizer we had in between. This place is fabulous.More infoThe Pink DoorPrice: Expensive• Italian• Belltown / Pike Place Market•4.8
- OTOpenTable DinerSeattle / Eastern Washington •1 review5.0Dined 2 days agoDelicious food and friendly service! The pizza was amazing!!More infoMessinaPrice: Expensive• Italian• Queen Anne•4.5
- TTTeevonTeevipWashington, D.C. Area •42 reviews5.0Dined on Sep 26, 2023Our evening was made memorable by our dinner at Far Eats. The husband and wife team delivered a fabulous meal with gracious service. It was flawless. We had just finished watching the Laver Cup final match, it was raining so we took an Uber. From beginning to end it was the bow on the present. Put this Cafe on your must go there list!More infoFar Eats CafePrice: Moderate• Indian• Seattle Center / Lower Queen Anne•4.8
- YDYuliaDLos Angeles •1 review5.0Dined on Jan 2, 2023This is my favorite restaurant in Seattle area. The complexity of their many and dishes, which burst with flavor is just unmatched for me. Someone once mentioned that the owner was thinking of writing a cooking book. Let’s say I would buy in a second.More infoToulouse Petit Kitchen & LoungePrice: Expensive• American• Queen Anne•4.7
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You’ll work up a healthy appetite exploring the Queen Anne neighborhood, located northwest of downtown Seattle, but you don’t ever have to worry about staying hungry. The diversity of the area extends to its food, and we’re all the luckier for it. Try falafel and lamb kabobs at a Mediterranean restaurant. Enjoy a tasty mocha with a pecan pie waffle or gluten-free granola with Greek yogurt. Sip a sangria while you chow down on chorizo enchiladas or a wide selection of Mexican vegetarian dishes. Of course, with this being Seattle, you can't go wrong sampling pan-roasted Alaskan cod or wild sockeye salmon whether it’s cured, raw, grilled or baked. Top off your day with some homemade salted caramel ice cream and decide if you have room for gelato afterward.
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