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Restaurant | French

LUC

LUC

Dinner - 3 Courses for $28

Appetizers

Ginger carrot soup, coriander, mint

Roasted baby beet, bleu d'auvergne, hazelnut, radish, frisse

Baby lettuce salad, red wine vinaigrette, crouton, flake salt

Entrées

Carlton Farms dijon mustard rubbed pork chop and frites

Washington halibut, pink peppercorn, ginger butter sauce, carrot, baby yukon gold potato, herb salad

Parisian pillows, pan roasted broccoli, mushroom, butternut squash soup, parmesan

+Vegetarian entrée available upon request+

Desserts

Chocolate pot de creme, anise short bread cookie

Basil scented bavarois, apple compote, almond streusel

Rhubarb trifle, olive oil cake, lemon whip cream, pistachio

Offer details

Menus are subject to change.
Please call restaurant for menu details.
Not valid Friday, Saturday, or Sunday brunch.


Critic rating: Star rating

This bustling kitchen and bar is the unbuttoned flip side to Thierry Rautureau's fussier French Rover's. Choose boeuf bourguignon or a burger, trout amandine or pizza margherita. Don't miss the soufflé potato crisps with harissa aioli. Shareable specialties change daily, as do the soup, sandwich or pasta du jour. Dinner daily.

2800 E. Madison Street
Seattle, WA 98112

Phone: 206-328-6645

http://www.luc-seattle.com

Hours:
Dinner: Sunday-Thursday, 4:30p.m. - 10p.m.
Friday and Saturday, 4:30p.m. - 11p.m.
Happy Hour: Daily, 4:30p.m. - 6:30p.m.
Brunch: Sunday, 10a.m. - 1:30p.m.

Reservations: Recommended, Required for Large Parties

Average price of a dinner entrée:
 Under $10
 $10 - $15
 $15 - $25
 $25 and over

Note: Price reflects average breakfast or lunch
entrée if that is restaurant's primary meal.

Meals available: Happy hour, Dinner

Alcohol: Wine, Beer, Liquor

Payment forms: All major credit cards

Parking: Street parking

Disabled access: Yes

From The Times

Restaurant review

Luc: Hat's off to Rautureau's bistro (August 12, 2010)

By Providence Cicero

Thierry Rautureau's newest restaurant venture, Luc, is a hit. The prices are moderate, the food worth the trip to Madison Valley and the owner known as the Chef in the Hat will likely pass through the room offering greetings.

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