French Creole cuisine inspired by New Orleans and the Northwest from the team behind the food truck Where Ya At Matt in Fremont. http://restaurantroux.com
When Matt Lewis started his food truck Where Ya At Matt? in 2010, it was no surprise that it became a hit in Seattle, bringing New Orleans street food to the streets of the Emerald City. When Restaurant Roux opened in 2013, the idea wasn’t to simply copy and paste the truck into a brick and mortar restaurant but to expand on the idea of creole food in a Seattle setting.
While offering more traditional fare for lunch, executive chef Michael Robertshaw takes the flavors, ingredients and style of Creole food and brings in Pacific Northwest influence and classical French training. The combination of the bold, assertive flavors of New Orleans, the commitment to quality ingredients that Seattle prides itself on, and the attention to detail in technique and presentation that are hallmarks of French cuisine make for truly unique, memorable, and most importantly delicious experience.
By popular demand, they are back! Come enjoy some great food, drinks and music!
Y'all ready for some live music tonight?! Come see Les Copine Gitanes tonight starting at 7:30!
Laissez les bons temps rouler! Happy Mardi Gras, y'all! Come on down and celebrate with us. Good food, good times, good music...We gotcha covered!
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Hey Ya'll! Bringing a big party NOLA-style to Seattle on September 30th! Don’t miss the first annual New Orleans Food & Funk Festival at WaMu Theater! We’re frying up some alligator, burlin' dem crawfish and makin some other goodies fo ya! Grab yo tickets: http://bit.ly/2cdsqFN #NOLAFoodandFunk #BoiledAlive #NOLAPride #ThanksJimmyGraham #MardiGrasIndians
In case you missed this on our truck Where Ya At Matt's page, chime in so that we know it's a geaux!!!
Can you say PA-TI-O!!! This could be you. Come check out the perfect place to spend you summer dining experiences! #outdoordining #datenight #summerinseatte
Thanks, Bethany Jean Clement! For ya'll that missed it, there's always next year! Here's a very nice recap of the event.
#ChefLife #BurningBeast2016. The coveted bear skull is ours, thanks team!!!
seattletimes.com It’s an unapologetic annual carnivore’s bacchanal. Some consider it the Pacific Northwest’s best food festival. Chefs love it. Welcome to Burning Beast.
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