Finally visited this place near work. Very nice lunch spot-great soups, sandwiches, and salads. Awesome local owners -expanding into space next door with beautiful items for sale.
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We went here to celebrate our son's return home for the summer. All of us were blown away by the food. The bouillabaisse was superb. My husband's fish dish was incredible. My son ordered two appetizers and he loved them both. The only minor issue...More
Really cute restaurant tucked into an alley. Great food and great ambiance. We would definitely go back next time we're in Tacoma.
This is a chef operated restaurant tucked into a very narrow street (alley?) in downtown Tacoma. It is relatively small and reservations are highly recommended. They make all their own food--think pasta and ice cream. Delightful service with just the right amount of attention. The...More
This was my third visit to this charming bistro and my third time ordering the chopped salad. But the salad this time was unappealing. The lettuce must have been the old white part of Iceberg lettuce. It was rather bitter, but otherwise tasteless. Very disappointing....More
We were greeted and promptly seated and the waitress was very nice. I had a salad and wasn't impressed my daughter on the other hand loved her sandwich. In my opinion it is overpriced. I would not go back.
We chose this restaurant based on previous reviews but we were disappointed. The setting is unusual and charmingly funky. The staff is friendly. The food was average. We had good crab cake appetizers but our main dishes were slightly above average.
Reservations are recommended, and ask for seating upstairs which is the street level. This small restaurant with it's exposed beams offers a unique, and eclectic setting to have a romantic dinner for two. We found the menu perfect for vegetarians, or for those wanting fish,...More