Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Pike Place Chowder - Traveling Seattle, Day 1-2/7

       My husband and I arrived at Seattle Tacoma International Airport on May 23. After getting a rental car, we headed toward Pike Place Market, which is known as the Seattle's most popular tourist destination .
Downtown Seattle

Pike Place Market

       Pike Place Market was crowded with so many people.
Pike Place Market
         It was already 2 p.m., so we were pretty hungry. We decided to go to Pike Place Chowder, which is a very popular chowder restaurant there. We waited in a super long line for 30 minutes or so. While waiting there, the staff handed out their menu. That's why we were able to take our time to decide which we would have there. The line moved pretty quickly, and we could order sooner than I had expected.

       There were so many kinds of chowder we could choose from.
Pike Place Chowder
Pike Place Chowder
Pike Place Chowder

        We ordered the Make It A Sampler, which was customer's choice of four 5 oz cups of any chowder. We chose New England Clam Chowder, Manhattan Style Chowder, Seafood Bisque and Market Chowder. It was right size for two people. :) All of them tasted so good! I thought I would like to cook chowder at home some day!
Make It A Sampler at Pike Place Chowder

New England Clam Chowder : Meaty clams flavored with bacon, cream, and a secret blend of herbs and spices. Voted "Nation's Best" at Rhode Island's Great Chowder Cook-Off.

Manhattan Style Chowder : Perfectly balanced herb-infused tomato broth, slow-cooked with onions and celery, loaded with tender clams.

Seafood Bisque : A seafood extravaganza of Pacific cod, Northwest salmon, Oregon bay shrimp, and crab, seasoned with fresh basil and simmered in creamy, tomato-based broth. Voted "Nation's Best" at Rhode Island's Great Chowder Cook-Off.

Market Chowder : Chef's choice of ingredients and flavors especially fresh and delicious, every day May include halibut, scallops, shrimp, oysters, crab, or salmon.

Pike Place Chowder

1530 Post Alley
Ste 11

Seattle, WA 98101

       My entries related to my traveling in Seattle can be seen here.

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