Seattle Restaurant Week Lunch at Blueacre Seafood. I'd like to say how the restaurant week menu is not as fast as a year. This year, I finally found this dish in the downtown lunch choice. I was still a little disappointed. The portions were large and tasted average, and everything was very popular. But 15 dollars at noon before the dish to dessert is really cheap enough, not too much.
I have eaten many, many times at the steakhouse in Seattle's Pike Place Market. This restaurant is the second restaurant opened by Davis. It is only a short walk from the steakhouse. It is on the corner of the Max Hotel, a hotel where I often stay in Seattle. The service here is great, the waiters are friendly, and the atmosphere is comfortable. I chose two from a variety of oysters (Shikoku and Kumamoto oysters), both of which are very delicious. There is also a recommended vegetable gumbo, which is the family recipe of the owner Kevin, and a glass of Oregon Pinot Noir. Everything is great. The menu here (obviously) includes a variety of seafood, and all the dishes look delicious. I heard that the discount time here is great, so if you want to come, make sure to arrive before six o'clock.
Had the Casbarian Oysters to start. Outstanding! Then Angry Dungeness, wife had Halibut and friend has scallops. All were outstanding. We walked right in at 5pm on a Saturday with no reservation, but I''d still call ahead. it was pretty busy by 5:30.
The seafood restaurant opened near the seafood market is fresh. The big crabs inside are pretty good, there are a lot of cakes, the taste of black pepper is also good, the steak is also good, and there is squid on it.
Blueacre Seafood, not that expensive seafood restaurant, all kinds of shellfish, all kinds of big crabs, the cuisine is very simple, the recommended way is the original taste! !