We truly enjoyed our brunch at Cafe Campagne. We're celebrating Father's day and my husband was so impressed with the food and service. We had a great time and definitely come again for dinner soon.
Great food.great service.
Best service, best food, best experience at Cafe Campagne in a long time
Brunch on the terrace on a beautiful sunny Sunday. The food was excellent as usual. We nabbed the last two croissants and a great cocktail to go with it!
The place was packed with Saturday night tourists. Nonetheless, we had outstanding, prompt service. The steak frittes didn’t disappoint and the salmon was cooked to perfection. A great date night spot.
Fantastic Coho salmon special. Great wine list. Loud and bustling environment. Very fun!
Nice staff, delicious salade nicoise
This is my favorite french restaurant in Seattle and it never disappoints. Usually we go for cassoulet season but this time we thought we'd try brunch and it was amazing.
Awesome little spot!! Food was delicious and filling. Service was friendly and welcoming. I’m going back tomorrow!!
Thanks Kalyan for the perfect recommendations!
We took our daughter to Cafe Campagne for her Birthday, and had an exquisite meal. We sat outside at a comfortable table and had a number of small plates accompanied by beautiful bread (housemade, I think)
Escargot, pate, steak tartare, crab...it was all delicious and carefully prepared, lovely to look at. Wine was excellent too, service spot-on.
Great restaurant on Post Alley with limited outdoor seating. Daughter & I shared crab quiche and French toast. Both were superb. Coffee was rich & perfect. It's a bit on the pricy side but in line with prices in the Pike place market area and certainly worth the money.
Stopped to have a late lunch. We had superior service; fun beverages; and a great bite.
Food was authentically French. Drinks and food were reasonable for the quality. Service was impersonal and not at all what I would expect from a place where it's about $50 a person. Servers were boring and seemed like they did not want to be there. The hostess was also curt and rude when we were greeted. Would have rather taken my money somewhere else.
An absolute pleasure from start to finish. Service was impeccable, food beautifully cooked and delicious. Ambiance is charming and classy but approachable. Will be back!
Found out that the dish I have been eating for years is not vegetarian- and the chef couldn’t make the croque madame without the ham. It was one of my favorite places to go on the weekend - and now I’ll never go back. Disappointed
Great French restaurant with outstanding and authentic cuisine. The Croque Monsieur was just perfect and identical to what you would get in Paris at a good bistro. Plenty of choices and the service was perfect!
Have been to Cafe Campagne multiple times before, but never as hotel guests at the Inn at the Market where we also had their room service, as well as a sit down restaurant dinner. Both were excellent! Room service promptly delivered two piping hot, cheesy and flavorful French onion soups and two salad Nicoise which were amazing. The dinner at the restaurant included addicting Roquefort cheese butter lettuce salads- wish I could get their dressing recipe- and crispy half roasted chicken. My husband had the duck confit and he was wiping up the delicious sauce with some bread. Our glasses of wine and service were also wonderful, and the sugar glass crusted creme brûlée we shared were the end to a perfect evening at this quaint, very homey French bistro.
The food is always good at Cafe Campagne. The quiche is famous for a good reason: it is always fresh, tasty, melt-in-your-mouth texture. I wish they could serve cassoule all year but it is wonderful when it is in season. Never disappoints. Wait persons are always good. Good wine selection.
Great Pike Place cafe location. Tasty tunes playing in the background, friendly and attentive servers, very nice atmosphere. Food and drinks came quickly and were excellent! Good value on the brunch menu. You don’t have to be from out of town to eat at the market, this is a local treasure for everyone.
The food is very good quality. However, my dish (brunch) was overcooked in parts and undercooked in others. The service is usually quite good but the noise level this visit was very high. They really need to install some noise dampers on the ceilings and walls.
Quality of food is not what I expected. Not even the frites were of a quality I expect from a restaurant with tradition
Cozy, intimate atmosphere. Attentive staff and delicious food.
The service was wonderful and the waiters were so helpful. The food was delicious. I highly recommend the quiche and the pain au chocolat. The mocha I had was great as well. Sitting outside was nice and the service was great because the waiters came often enough but not an annoying amount.
One of my favorite places to go when visiting SeattLe- always wonderful!
Delightful evening. Server was friendly and helpful and food was wonderful. Highly recommended.
Great meal! The food was excellent. The service was good - a little slow, but overall attentive. The ambience inside was great - very charming and cozy. We will definitely be back.
We were seated immediately upon arrival, and were treated graciously and respectfully by the entire staff. Our server, Victor, was knowledgable, gracious, engaging, and attentive to our party's requests and meal needs.
Somehow we have missed Cafe Campagne over the years-not anymore. We had dinner there on Saturday, 4/27 with our adult children. The menu was lovely, and food was delicious. We are still talking about the calamari. Our server, Chad, was attentive and had a great sense of humor. Cafe Campagne is a charming restaurant that we will be visiting regularly.
Authentic cuisine and the service is absolutely remarkable. This is my favorite restaurant.
A classic brunch experience--the best in Seattle--combine with exploring Pike Place Market and you can tick two off your "must do" list. The hostess may have been new. She seemed frantic. Our waiter was great.
We have enjoyed Cafe Campagne several times in the past. It was as we remembered it except that we were seated in an almost empty room and for most of the time we were the only diners in that room. We would have enjoyed being in the front area more and there were a few empty tables there.
Wonderful. Food and service were impeccable. Great place to celebrate a birthday or anniversary.
We ate so much we could barely walk home. Everything was delicious, perfectly cooked and our server knew what he was talking about. He gave us suggestions and was very friendly. We sort of had low expectations (whoops?) because the prices were so reasonable, but we had such a good meal I will never have low expectations again.
My wife and I went there for Easter Brunch. We were seated on time. The service was excellent and the food for exceptionally good. We enjoyed the experience and would definitely go there again. Highly recommended.
The crab quiche was especially great!
Everything was cooked perfectly and tasted great. The steak, the mushrooms and the lamb burger were fantastic. Service was excellent as usual. Server was very knowledgeable. Coming back soon for more.
We used to eat here a lot. The food was always good. Then we started going other places for variety.
Last summer we were walking in Post Alley, and there was a seat outdoors. We sat and ate a wonderful lunch and watched all the people walking by. We were reminded how much we loved that this place. We were taking a guest to dinner during restaurant week and this was my first choice.
Some of the most woderful food i fhave had in Seattle. We will frequent here often.
We had the Prix Fix menu for Seattle Restaurant Week. Everything was delicious. The wine was outstanding. Our server appeared a overwhelmed and forgot our bread, walked by us several times without taking our check/cards to pay. He was very nice but seemed frazzled.
Delicious food, lovely service, a room that feels like Paris.