SEATTLE — Alki Beach — 206-937-1600
DES MOINES — Redondo Beach — 253-946-0636
PORTLAND — Columbia River — 503-288-4444
Please know that our fabulous waterfront views are visible from virtually every seat in our restaurants, not just window seats. While we wish we could give everyone a window seat, they are first-come first-served! Holiday reservations must be made by telephone — we do not accept online reservations for Valentine's Day, Easter, Mother's & Father's Day, Thanksgiving or New Year's. Please call for parties of 11 or more. On weekends we serve brunch, not lunch at most our locations.
First things ﬁrst. Is it a prawn or is it a shrimp? Are they the same or is there actually a difference between the two? A prawn is sometimes called a prawn or a shrimp and a shrimp is called a shrimp or a prawn. Confused? You should be. The terms are used interchangeably and it often depends on where you live as to which term is used. With over 300 different species of prawns and shrimp, call them whatever you like and enjoy!
Served with Blood Orange Lacquer and a Mango Salsa, Chef Jeremy McLachlan has really outdone himself with this treat. Perfect
Coconut Prawns with Thai Chili Sauce
Colossal Prawn Scampi with Toasted Baguette
The South comes to the Northwest with this great dish. Jumbo white gulf prawns are marinated in herbs with lemon zest and gri
Try this recipe for shrimp, made with lots of garlic, butter, lemon juice, and fresh parsley. Serve this garlic shrimp over h
One of our new dishes in the restaurant, Northwest Seafood Paella, wild salmon, prawns, clams, alaskan cod, smoked chicken an
Get out of the cold and enjoy this magnificent blend of tender rock shrimp and earthy foraged mushrooms sautéed with sweet ro
Shrimp are gently tossed in egg whites with a light dusting of rice flour, cornstarch, salt and pepper. Cooked crisp, the shr
Colossal prawns stuffed with fresh mozzarella and sage leaves then wrapped in Italian pancetta. These big juicy dressed-up pr
In the USA, "scampi" is often the menu name for shrimp in Italian-American cuisine. The term "scampi", by itself, is also the