"Seattle is known for fresh seafood, pan-Asian and Northwest fare, stunning water, city views and friendly neighborhood hospitality."
I've eaten almost seafood everyday during my visit to Seattle - from sauteed manila clams and mussels at Salty's to a seafood brunch at The Lobster Shop South. It was my last day in Seattle, and I was strolling through Sea-Tac airport. I came across a seafood spot called "Anthony's Restaurant." The menu featured fish tacos, salad with shrimp and fish n' chips. There were three types of fish 'n' chips - Salmon, Cod, and Halibut - reasonably priced - from $6.99 to $9.99. I never had fried salmon, so I went for that. Amazing! I was served 3 pieces of salmon fried in tempura batter resting on a bed of chips. The tempura batter was excellent - not too "doughy" not too oily. Makes me want to try frying salmon at home.