Monday, September 20, 2010

Pike Street Fish Fry


This weekend, I hit up one of my favorite Seattle snack spots, Pike Street Fish Fry. It's a tiny, hole-in-the-wall place, but boy, they fry up some goodness. Everything's made to order -- fish, shrimp, calamari, oysters and pommes frites. And then there are the sauces: housemade tartar, lemon aioli, curry ketchup, salsa verde and smoked chili mayo. You'll usually get a fried lemon slice atop your order, which is like biting into crispy-coated sunshine.

15 comments:

  1. Such cute pics! Hope you enjoyed your weekend!

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  2. Yum. It looks delicious! "crispy-coated sunshine" - I love that :) But that extra slice of lemon really does make ALL the difference! :)

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  3. Sounds like a lovely weekend. Seafood, yum. And I love that illustration!

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  4. I've been wanting to visit Seattle for the longest time! Definitely going to bookmark this place. Love your "crispy-coated sunshine" description! :D

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  5. I love a good oyster with a nice cold glass of wine or beer!! Yum this post left me hungry!! XO

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  6. mmm looks amazing!!! my mouth is watering :)

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  7. Like Sharon, my mouth is totally watering at the moment. :)

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  8. I've got to head down to Seattle again soon! That lunch looks delicious. I think Hotel Max is having some kind of special, so I have no excuse!

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  9. this is pretty much everything i've ever imagined seattle to be - soooo pretty!

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  10. Oh wow, what a neat looking place!

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  11. Curry ketchup? Sounds amazing. I've been wanting to visit Seattle, and now you've just added fuel to my fire!

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  12. oh my goodness this sounds amazing!! I'm hoping to visit Seattle early next spring. I will have to pay Pike Street Fish Fry a visit. Fun photographs :).

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  13. I've been wanting to try this place, you are making it hard to resist!

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