Pike Place Chowder

Written by on June 5, 2010 in I Eat Seattle, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

(pikeplacechowder.com) – Downtown (Pacific Place)
How I heard of this place: Firstly, through the Entertainment Book. Secondly, walking past it while on my way to a movie at Pacific Place.
Type of cuisine: Chowder and seafood, with salad options available.
Ambiance: Casual, fast food. Bar-style seating with stools at the barquette, looking out into the mall, or on stools at high, round tables. Mall food-court feel.
What I ordered: To try something other than chowder, which I have sampled in the past, I opted for one cup of the smoked salmon mac ‘n cheese ($5.95), at the recommendation of two employees. It came with light hints of cheese and slightly too many capers, for my taste. It was cooked upon ordering, so took a bit longer than ordering chowder. One of my dining companions ordered the clam chowder ($5.45 for a cup) and another ordered the a cup of smoked salmon chowder ($5.45).
What I loved: Having sampled all three things (the chowder in years past, and the smoked salmon chowder on this trip), I preferred the smoked salmon chowder above all others.
Why I loved it: It’s a quick and easy bite to grab when you want something warm before enjoying a movie at the cinema across the food court.
Cost: Low to average ($5-$11 for small to large bowls of chowder)

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