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Flying Fish

Map & Directions 300 Westlake Ave. N.
Seattle, WA 98107
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206-728-8595
  • Pacific Northwest, Seafood
  • Sun-Thu 4pm-10pm, Fri-Sat 4pm-11pm
  • MasterCard, Visa, American Express, cash
  • Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Takeout, Private Party, Catering, Banquet Facilities, Wheelchair Accessible, Family Style
  • Dinner, Late Night, Lunch
  • Full bar
  • Highly Recommended, Accepted
  • Meters, Street

Description

Seattle Weekly's Description

The formula at this extremely popular restaurant is simple: Find superb fish, prepare it simply for maximum integrity of flavor, and then surround or top it with accompaniments ranging from the subtle to the bizarre. The result is an eating experience ranging from agreeable to revelatory. An example of the latter: a simple grilled fillet of salmon on a pool of porcini-flavored butter sauce. Try to stay on the main floor if the reservationist will let you. Or dine in the bar, where you can eat most of the same dishes those at tables are eating.

 
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  • Thrillist on 07/01/10

    The acclaimed sea-foodery's grub ranges from herb aioli/tomato jam Soft Shell Crab Sandwich, to Copper River King Salmon, to platters like the fresh herb/pineapple sauce Whole Fried Rockfish.

  • The Seattle Times on 08/24/10

    Migrated to SLU in May. Review: The Thai crab cake, fried oyster Caesar and pepper-coated seared albacore bracingly sauced with wasabi cream are still on board, too, and still excellent.

  • Seattle Met on 12/07/10

    WHEN THE LEASE came due on her award-winning 15-year-old restaurant Flying Fish, restaurateur Chris Keff knew it was time to bail on Belltown...

  • k* on 10/20/11

    The cell reception in here is terrible.

  • Stills on 04/18/09

    The Salt and Pepper Dungeness Crab is the best meal I've had in Seattle. Order it!

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  • Strong Safety

    Shoved away in a drawer somewhere is a list of things I wanted to accomplish before I turned 30, with almost nothing on it achieved. I have a... More on Flying Fish »

  • My Afternoon With 36 Oysters

    What does $13 get you in this town? Every week on Voracious, the Weekly's food blog, we send someone out to investigate. Where: Flying Fish,... More on Flying Fish »

  • Shells a-Poppin'

    The months once more have R's in them, and oysters are back in season. With the return of oysters to menus everywhere comes the return of one... More on Flying Fish »

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