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[Seattle] Toulouse Petit

August 31, 2011 by admin

One of my favourite Food Network shows is “The Best Thing I Ever Ate.” So when we got the chance to try one of the places in Seattle, we went for it. Turns out it was a very popular breakfast spot, with all breakfast dishes for only $7.50 if you visit between 8 and 11 Monday through Fridays. We arrived a bit late to take advantage of the offer, but the food is definitely worth the regular price.

Here’s what we enjoyed:

1) Toulouse Beignets. These were dense and yummy, with powdered sugar and chicory anglaise, which kind of tasted like a warm coffee dip for your beignet. So yummy!

2) Duck Confit Hash. With potatoes, parsnips, thyme and two eggs. This is breakfast, elevated. Tons of flavour in each bite, very peppery and savoury and what breakfast should always be.

3) Classic Egg Breakfast. My husband ordered this with ham, and he enjoyed it a lot. His egg and potatoes were also seasoned well.

Loved this place. The restaurant itself is large, beautiful and bright, a perfect place to spend a lazy weekday morning, if you have the chance.

WHAT TO GET: The duck confit hash, and the beignets if you’re feeling indulgent.

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