We sat at the bar and could see the busyness in the kitchen, where we had a good time. Oysters are provided during the happy hour. Thank you to the chefs here for concocting a variety of beautiful dishes for us. Overall it was a great experience.
The Walrus and the Carpe... is a good restaurant. [Taste] Good [Environment] Very good [Service] Warm...
This place is expensive but the food is first class and the service excellent, it’s a memorable experience. When I went at 4 30pm on a Sunday afternoon it was completely packed and really buzzing. I sat at the bar which was interesting to watch everything going on. The kitchen, bar and food preparation areas are more or less open, and the service is very much a team effort.
[Taste] The oysters in this shop are super big, so it’s best to use them for frying. The bread inside comes and goes with greasy.
[Environment] The environment is not very good, but it is very clean.
[Service] The waiter has a good attitude, talking and laughing.
The Walrus and the Carpenter is considered Seattle’s most prestigious oyster bar. The bright space design, large modern-style chandeliers, and a comfortable dining atmosphere are suitable for a good taste of oysters, accompanied by a bit of spicy wasabi sauce and Lemon juice or champagne vinegar, and then order a glass of Moscato or champagne. If you want to experience the most punctual oysters, come here! By the way, the meals here are more French. The steak tartar or cheese platter topped with an egg yolk are very popular. There are also desserts highly praised by The New York Times. The most special one is the maple bread pudding. And roasted dates.