Named after a wine-producing area in Bordeaux, France, Pomerol restaurant Seattle is a French-inspired restaurant in the Fremont neighborhood of Seattle. Its owners are husband and wife team Vuong and Tricia Luc. Vuong was trained at the Culinary Institute of America and specializes in the French technique. The Lucs once owned Portage, a restaurant in Queen Anne open from 2006-2013, and Pomerol is their latest venture. Opened in July 2013, Pomerol has a frequently changing menu as all of its dishes depend heavily on what is fresh and in season. The menu is classic and indulgent, featuring rich dishes such as pork belly, short rib, and foie gras. This photo shoot captured their prime dishes such as raw hamachi (shaved fennel, chili oil, and lemon juice), chili-rubbed grilled octopus, pork flank steak, and slow-grilled short ribs. Check out some photos from the shoot below!
Photos: Pomerol Restaurant Spring Menu
About the Author: Suzi Pratt
Suzi Pratt is a Seattle event and food photographer available for hire. She is also a contributing writer at Digital Photography School and runs a blog teaching others how to start a photography business.