Voila! Bistrot and Its Burger-Centric Lunch

Outside of a burger shack, this might be the beefiest repast out there.

By Christopher Werner February 9, 2011

You know you want it: Voilà! Bistrot’s kobe beef hamburger, now available at lunch. Photo: Iris Dumuk

Diners will find a sampling of classic bistro fare on Voila! ’s new-ish midday menu, but headlining the bill is that Seattle obsession, the burger.

There are several Painted Hills patties to be had: one simply garnished with Emmenthal cheese, another topped with Bleu bits and locally sourced bacon, another with mushrooms prepped in truffle oil. All of which sounds delish, but we’re weak-kneed for the Kobe Classic, dripping with caramelized onions and brie.

Employees say owner Laurent Gabrel will likely expand the offerings, but really, there’s no need—allowing us to break up our 9-to-5 with that half pound of kobe crack already secures you a spot on our list of lunchtime favorites, Gabrel.

Voila! serves lunch Tuesday through Saturday 11:30-2:30.

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