Citysearch Editorial Review.
After decades of steady success at Rover’s (Seattle’s French fine dining go-to), Chef Thierry Rautureau’s second culinary endeavor brings his much lauded cuisine to those with shallower pockets. The narrow Madison Park space boasts bright, canary yellow walls and a clamorous clientele. In the “something for everyone” vein, diners can opt for beef in the style of slow-stewed bourguignon or classically ground and grilled between two hamburger buns. The vibrant bistro vibe welcomes patrons for cocktails and appetizers like smoked salmon terrine with goat cheese or chicken liver mousse with rhubarb gelée. A global wine list offers affordable bottles for all palates, and let's not forget that two-buck can of Rainier Beer.