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Le Gourmand Restaurant



425 Northwest Market Street
Seattle, WA 98107

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(206) 784-3463

Hours

  • Sunday: Closed
  • Monday: Closed
  • Tuesday: Closed
  • Wednesday: 5:30 pm - 10:00 pm
  • Thursday: Closed
  • Friday: 5:30 pm - 10:00 pm
  • Saturday: 5:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Cuisine: American Restaurants, French Restaurants, Most Romantic Restaurants


4 of 5.0 from 14 reviews


price range:more than $50

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  • dianecrittenden reviewWe find price to quality to be outstanding each time we dine at Le Gourmand. Living in France for part of each year reminds us what a good bargain for excellent food this restaurant provides diners.

    44444 by dianecrittenden


  • chuckhart reviewWonderful dining experience. The food is deliciously prepared and exquisitely presented. Bravo!

    44444 by chuckhart


  • grenktoo reviewAfter reading rave reviews of Le Gourmand for years, I finally went last week, as a splurge with my daughter and son-in-law. I agree that the food, ambiance and service are outstanding. However, I felt a little `cheated` when I received my bill for three. After analyzing my feelings and trying to be objective, I come up with these criticisms: the single option of an expensive prix fixe is the overall problem, especially when one course is a very small, unimpressive salad. One course of the 3 should be a dessert. Portions are very small, even for a French restaurant. Rack of lamb contained three small rib chops on the pool of sauce. One side dish for 3 of us contained the potatoes and vegetable - lots of Swiss chard and 3 very small new potatoes one had to look for. The expensive desserts were modest in portion: tiny scoops of sorbet, a tiny scoop of ginger ice cream on the apple cake. I have no idea what the two glasses of wine cost, but my bill was $170, necessitating a large tip. I've eaten in relais-chateaux dining rooms in France itself, and felt treated to a more sumptious meal, and not resented the price. I would bet that the chef-manager's profit margin here is larger than that of other comparable restaurants in Seattle.

    22222 by grenktoo


  • yosty2735 reviewI'm not going to comment on the value because you can't put a price on our experience. We had the seven course meal and it was impeccable, top five dining experiences of my life.

    44444 by yosty2735


  • vbhunt reviewFabuluous Food.

    55555 by vbhunt


  • ckayler reviewOne of the best meals of our life! My wife and I went to Le Gourmand for our anniversary and realistically cannot put the food into words. We splurged for the 7-course meal with the wine paring. The price was worth every ounce of food and wine. The wait-staff was exceptional, the wine steward was one of the best that I have met, the food was perfectly prepared, and the atmosphere was down right cozy. Growing up in a French family, this was the best sauces I have had since Grandmas cooking. Another item worth mentioning was the quaint little bar adjoining the restaurant.

    55555 by ckayler


  • bryn_johnson reviewHad the Valentines day meal with my girlfriend and thought we had died and gone to a very private Heaven. Seven courses of aggressively appetizing food. The wild greens salad with edible flowers and vinagerette sauce was culinary assault and battery of the good sort. Absolute perfection.

    44444 by bryn_johnson


  • waynevancil reviewThe little bar attached to Le Gormand does not measure up to the restaurant. The tall stools were very uncomfortable, but when we moved to an open table, it was fine. What was not very impressive was how long it took to get our drinks -- 20 minutes! The water only went so far. We also ordered some truffles and they never arrived. It was small and intimate, but not a place we would rush back to.

    11111 by waynevancil


  • Eric 先魁 H.Try the Bœuf  La Ficelle - Organic Beef Tenderloin simmered in stock with Marrow, housemade Mustard in Cabernet-Pressings Sauce (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Eric 先魁 H.


  • Inna B.I heard that they're closing in June! :(

    22222 by Inna B.


  • Jennifer M.oh my god it's closing this spring, need to go before then!!!!

    55555 by Jennifer M.


  • Seattle MetBruce Naftaly’s French phenomenon...

    55555 by Seattle Met


  • GourmetLiveChef/owner Bruce Naftaly's prix fixe menu still trumpets names of farmers, foragers, and friends, thanking them for “wind-dried” salmon and for Cabernet pressings that flavor his boeuf à la ficelle.

    55555 by GourmetLive


  • Deb E.You must try the savory blintzes. Delicious!

    55555 by Deb E.


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