Dinner for 30: Duke’s Chowder House.
I have to admit, I haven’t been to this area of Seattle in a number of years so, it was time.
As I’ve mentioned in the past, it’s difficult to give a complete picture of a place when you are not ordering from the standard menu and that’s the case here.
Started with a number of small bites with a nod to the maple bacon wrapped shrimp and scallops then it was off to soups and salads. The cosmic wild mixed greens was tasty.
Then to the mains and my choice was the stuffed salmon…quite a production with crab and shrimp making up the stuffing. It was a large portion but I managed to get it all down. Nice dish.
Ended with the pier pie…a chocoholics dream…chocolate and espresso ice cream layered in chocolate cookie crust and topped with chocolate sauce. Wow!
Duke’s was started in 1977 and has become a Seattle icon. Now with several locations throughout the Metro area.
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