We actually thought we were grabbing a coffee but opened the wrong door. Instead we’d stumbled backwards in time to a small French cafe of yesteryear, enjoyed a more “normal” sized lunch, lovely service, but overpaid considerably.
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We ordered the Croque madame and Baguette with bitter chocolate for breakfast - both made a really delighteful breakfast. We were there a bit after 9am there was no line, but shortly after we sat down we already saw a line forming (it was raining...More
I've been going to Cafe Presse for years now! I've never had bad service and time and time again, the food continues to impress me! The quality and taste of the croque madame and pain au chocolat can't be found elsewhere in Seattle! This is...More
Cafe Presse continues to be one of the best Bistro's in the city. The food and service are both great. If the front and outside looks full don't forget that there is more seating in the back room. Definitely worth a visit or two or...More
The croque monsieur and the frites were excellent, as was the coffee - can't go wrong with this combo on a sunny Seattle morning. The waiter was very friendly and service was good.
Small, intimate cafe with an amazing Croque-monsieur. Unfortunately the employees all seem to prefer to be somewhere else and service as a result is practically non existent.
If you love a French-style bistro, this is your place. It is a favorite for breakfast and brunch and we've never been disappointed. The service is friendly, competent, and prompt. The food is well-prepared and nicely presented. The Croque Madame is the best I've ever...More
Found this place close to where we're staying. All the good reviews here are spot on. Everything was supreme, service , coffee, and especially the food. Liked it so much we'll be back tomorrow for breakfast!
Cafe Presse is celebrating 10 years. It's not hard to understand how they've managed to successful. The food and service are very good. They have some of the best prices on wine in the city. The broiled eggs with ham and Gruyere is wonderful.