Le Pichet (the sister to Cafe Presse in Capitol Hill) is a quaint little French bistro close to Pike Place Market. Locals rave about the quiche, which often sells out by lunchtime, but if you miss out, you can console yourself with their generously portioned five-meat charcuterie plate, pork pate, chicken liver terrine, or a simple baguette sandwich. The prices are reasonable and they’re known for high-quality meats. Just like an authentic Parisian brasserie, tables are packed close together and it can get noisy inside. Their dining room is small and fills up fast, so if you have your heart set on dinner here, reservations are recommended.