Located on Pier 70, diners can enjoy spectacular views of the water and city while enjoying seafood specialties. Menu items at the Waterfront Seafood ... More
Waterfront Seafood Grill
Located on Pier 70, diners can enjoy spectacular views of the water and city while enjoying seafood specialties. Menu items at the Waterfront Seafood Grill include seafood chowder, pancetta wrapped prawns, seared diver scallops, lobster, seared Alaskan halibut cheeks and king crab legs. Options for meat-lovers include pork loin chops and steak.
We went to this restaraunt as I had a huge craving for fish and chips. What better place than Seattle on the waterfront right? Wrong! We ordered calamari and coconut shrimp as starters. They were ok but not great. We all ordered Halibut fish and chips. we all agreed that it was better to pay the extra money for a better piece of fish. When our meal arrived and we began to eat it became apparent that this fish was not fresh by any means .The breading was good but the fish was rubbery and not at all like any of the halibut I have had before at other restaurants. It was what you could expect to get at a fast food fish and chips place. It was a big disappointment for a big price even at the lunch menu. I would not recommend this place to anyone
I was there with my date Thursday nite - The bill came to over $300.00. Had to send back the Halibut and Swordfish to be cooked more - it came almost raw. Drink prices over the top. Had the wait staff box up some leftovers - got home and two side dishes missing. Would never go back or send friends there either. They'll be gone hopefully soon. Get real and stop the ripoff on prices.
Unbelievable.. the manager actually came over to the table next to me and put his backside in my personal space as he went on and on about his own personal winery he opened, (I wonder if the owners know he is promoting himself above all else!). Great table service buddy but next time you might as well turn around and say something to the table you clearly crowded with your presence.
Loved the food. Everything was fantastic, Plus there is no better service anywhere. Very romantic, Also for groups of 4 or more. The bar as great drinks, and the wine selection is something to talk about. This is my favorite place to dine.
We arrived at our reserved time of 5:45pm and were told if we wanted to wait 30 minutes we could have a window table. No problem, we headed to the bar for a drink and sat there for 10 minutes until the bartender noticed us. We then asked for the happy hour house wine. We were told happy hour ended at 6:00 (which it was, on the dot). Not an impressive way to start the evening.
The seared blackened ahi tuna with ponzu was a big mistake. One look at the unappealing puddle of congealed ponzu topped with barely blackened ahi should have been enough to turn it back. Biting into the cloying sweet, cold ponzu and cold ahi cinched the deal. A nice waiter noticed that I had pushed the plate to the side and asked if something was wrong. He did bring me a reasonably good halibut dish. My husband's bland stuffed shrimp was nothing remarkable. We paid $350 for a loud restaurant, so so service, and subpar food. So skip the Waterfront grill and head to Kaspars, Etta's, Dahlia Lounge, Oceannaire, Lark, even Anthony's.