Lowell’s at pike market place, Seattle.
Long pending post which I thought I should write. Since the pike market was my dream destination after I read the book “FISH” by Stephen C Lundin.
Pike market place was just as I imagined it to be. Lots of colour, noise aroma and life!
Lowell’s is inside the market and it is buzzing with people walking in and out through the day.
The Creamy clam chowder was something that I loved and off course was the best, it was served in soft from inside and crispy from our side sour dough bun.
The mixed seafood louie truly showcased the freshness of the seafood and blended well with the subtle favours.
House cured wild king salmon lox was the king of the menu. I enjoyed every bite of the fish. And also went the next day again for lunch for a repeat menu. such was my indulgence.
Grilled vegetable panzanella, though a vegetarian dish, had some appetising flavours and I liked the taste.
In all it is a place that every seafood crazy tourist must visit. I would say a trip to Seattle is incomplete if you do not dine at Lowell’s.