5 Days in Seattle {Where to Eat}

This post will be short and sweet focusing on two outstanding meals.

On Pier 66, there are quite a few seafood restaurants with water views, many of them housed in Miner’s Landing. We settled on the Crab Pot as we were dying to try a seafood boil with King Crab legs. Oh-em-gee, this was superb and one of the best seafood meals we’ve ever had! The service was excellent and the wait time was reasonable.

As the weather was perfect, we sat outside and enjoyed the watching the activity on the harbor as we ate.

On our last day we ventured back to Pike Place Market and stumbled upon an authentic hole-in-the-wall Nepalese Indian Fusion Restaurant named Kastoori Grill. And when I say hole-in-the-wall, I mean that in every sense of the word. But y’all, the food…to die for!

I have no reservations recommending either of these restaurants if you’re in the area.

I hope you enjoyed this little series about Seattle. I made a TikTok about our visit and would be tickled pink if you watched it and subscribed to my TikTok and/or YouTube channel.

Please feel free to ask your questions in the comments below.

As part of the Marriott Luminous program, when you book your visit through me, your benefits could include:

  • Complimentary daily breakfast (up to 2 people per bedroom)
  • Early check-in/late check-out (based on availability)
  • Priority complimentary room upgrade (based on availability upon arrival)
  • Welcome note/recognition from General Manager
  • Indigenous welcome amenity representing local area
  • Complimentary basic Wi-Fi daily

5 Days in Seattle {Where to Stay} / 5 Days in Seattle {What to Do} / 5 Days in Seattle {Where to Eat}

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