Seattle >Belle Epicurean
Great coffee, great food, sincere staff.
A great coffee and pastry cafe. Trying to find a high quality independent coffee shop downtown can be tricky at times. You are surrounded by a Starbucks everywhere you turn - and many of the other coffee shops think that a mocha must consist of 1/4 cup low quality chocolate syrup - yuck.
Belle's coffee is delicious - whether I order a drip, Americano or a mocha. Their food is delicious and the staff has been just as courteous, prompt, repsectful and pleasant whether I order a $2 drip or a $4 mocha with a lunch and pastry to take away.
Whenever I am in the area and need a coffee I head over to Belle's.
i used to work down the hall from this cafe. they have AMAZING cookies, rum balsz, cakes, other goodies... they are a bit pricey and their workers are not always the friendlies however. they also offer french coffee drinks, pelligrino, coke, teas. I used to LOVE their veggie pannini, but they took it off their menu :-(
Oh, their ham and cheese sandwich is pretty good, but their baggett bread is awfully tough to bite through. They make cakes too,I had inquired about their wedding cakes (and viewed their pictures), but didn't get a reply from the owner who makes them.
This elegant downtown bakery offers a cheerful spot of daytime decadence..
Marble-topped tables, Wedgwood china and Piaf singing in the background are the perfect accents to the buttery gems displayed in an antique pastry case. A brilliant blend of brioche and croissant, each tender bun melds with delectable accessories like lemon curd, ham and gruyere, or caramel and walnuts. Simple sandwiches and classic desserts round out the menu in a very Parisian style.
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