Toulouse Petit, located in the Queen Anne neighborhood in Seattle, is a local hot-spot for those looking to enjoy delicious French or Cajun cuisine. Staying true to New Orleans hospitality, we serve traditional dishes including: gumbo, po’ boy, grits, jambalaya, and fried chicken.
Awesome ambience and unique food choices!
The happy hour menu was great and with portions large enough to share a couple plates for lunch with some day drinking. Yes.
Too hungover to have any food.... the rest of the people said it was great, and the place was booming, so I'll trust that this is a nice place.
They claim to have one of the best happy hours in the county and it's no joke. Affordable, variety, and it goes all night.
The fruit & yogurt dip is a pleasant brunch app. Crab Benedict was pretty good, but once I saw the shrimp & grits come out in a cast iron skillet with creole seasoning.. I wish I had changed my order
Crispy fried chicken gumbo is the way, the truth, and the life.
Crab Benedict. Best Benedict you'll ever have.
It's not cheap anymore, $10 for most dishes, and some are much higher. And the time change from 9am to 8am
The chicken bites in gravy are amazing!!
Oyster for appetizer and the prime beef steak: good but nothing special. Definitely overpriced
creole shrimp & tasso linguine was perfect.
Like the triangle donut but the food is actually a little disappointing after hearing so much hype. Still good but not extraordinary.
Beignets are amazing here!
Possibly the best happy hour in Seattle. Huge menu, get a couple of items and a beer to be satisfied
Extensive menu, awesome brunch! Got the crawfish and sausage plate with two eggs. Flavorful, not overly salty, and filling!
Fabulous food, nice wine selection, wonderful atmosphere.
Extensive beverage menu with great specialty cocktails. Highly suggest ordering their starters for the table.
Gimme another beignet, like, immediately
Long wait, not really worth it.
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Get Creole crawfish, shrimp, and andouille sausage.
Came for the Bloody Mary's. Stayed for the Bloody Mary's.
The portions are not that big however the quality of food is really high. That counts a lot for me.
Late night happy hour 10p-1a is a great idea. The lamb sliders with pomme frites are absolutely delicious.
Just missed the happy hour but they had a good sazerac and the small plates were great.
Dishes are huge, for Australian standards at least. I'll score the breakfast and service a 7/10.
Beef and scramble
They have happy hour breakfast before 11am it's wonderful and how I came to know Toulouse. All food on the menu is delicious at anytime of the day.
Beignets. Yes, you must have them.
Everything! delicious New Orleans twist on everything from drinks to beignets! Love this place!
Outstanding creole/French food, value pricing for it and incredible service. Never a bad meal, breakfast, lunch or dinner! 👍
Happy hour here is incredible. Come early, though, because seating is at a premium.
Breakfast happy hour is lovely! I recommend the Carmel French toast if you want something sweet.
Great happy hour food, but the floor manager the day I was there, named Caleb, actually came over and actively insulted us at our table. I've never experienced something so thoroughly unprofessional.
Everything service, the bar, the food, great evening
Dungeness Crab with Herbes is delicious!
The chocolate volcano dessert!
Pork cheek confit was bland.
Beignets are great!
Very busy and overpriced for the quality. Go anywhere else on the street instead.
Busy at night, but well deserved; great drinks, great food and awesome servers, make this a must. Don't forget the breakfast weekday happy hour!
the expresso dipping sauce for the beignets are delicious as are the beignets.
Happy hour 3x a day, New Orleans-inspired food, and a vivacious atmosphere. An epic combination.
Visited Seattle and had breakfast here the first morning. We ended up having breakfast here every morning for the rest of the trip. It's that good.
Great brunch! Not so sure about the coffee though...
Best Cajun food ever