Is it Spring Yet?

On Friday, February 10, Le Pichet chef de cuisine Brent Harding introduced several new dishes to the menu at Le Pichet.  Sorry that I don’t have any photos, but perhaps you will be tempted by the descriptions:

*Grilled house-made pork-pimenton sausage served on a salad of radicchio, oranges, toasted almonds and orange glazed dates.

*Belgian endive salad with walnuts, Roquefort cheese and a mustard vinaigrette (a French bistro classic making its return to the menu at Le Pichet).

*Penn Cove mussels sauteed with fennel, spinach, apples and curry scented cream, served with pommes frites.

*Whole Idaho trout  pan roasted with Jerusalem artichokes and mustard greens, served with a lemon-caper brown butter sauce.

Although it is still definitely Winter in Seattle, we are quickly approaching the time of the year when thoughts turn to the arrival of Spring and lighter dishes.  We hope that these new dishes will fill the bill as warm, inviting fare that also speaks to the changing season.

1 thought on “Is it Spring Yet?”

  1. I was pointed to your blog out of no where and ended up reading most of it. Reminded me of a little restaurant that I eat every time I am in Seattle (could not remember the name).

    When I saw your article on the Duck confit on the legumes, it all came back to me. You are my favorite place to eat in Seattle.

    First visited you about 4 years ago. Look forward to eating there again.
    One request, more photos! Keep up the great work.

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