Saturday, July 15, 2017

Seattle: Cutters Crabhouse

I enjoyed the view, the service, and the food at Cutters. Located at the edge of Pike Place Market, it possesses an outstanding view framed by a low-key, modernist interior.

This sourdough bread possessed a crispy interior and soft center with that hint of ripeness from the sourdough.

This is wild salmon, not raw. It gives itself away by the richer, fuller, slightly gamy taste which I love. Wild salmon is much more common in Seattle than in other parts of the country but even here not all places take the effort to find a wild salmon provider. I appreciate Cutters' authenticity and I really loved my fish. Those greens are garlic stems---who knew? Very thin and delicate with a definite green flavor but no hint from the flavor of their eventual product.

My berry cobbler was superb---rich local berries, not too sweet, just enough crust to contrast the fruit.

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