{seattle} chowders galore

July 20, 2015

Located not far from Pike Place Market is another Pike Place location, Pike Place Chowder. This soup emporium is famous for its various seafood chowders. We were lucky enough to show up right before the majority of the touristy lunch crowd, which meant we didn’t have to wait much more than 15 minutes. After staring at the menu for quite some time and not having any idea which chowder(s) we wanted to try, my sister and I finally settled on the Chowder Sampler, which consisted of 4 5oz chowder sampler bowls that we could fill with whichever of the eight chowders they had to offer.

After some more debate, we decided on the Smoked Salmon Chowder, the New England Clam Chowder, the Seafood Bisque, and the Market Chowder. That day’s Market Chowder was the Cascadia, which consisted of halibut, scallops, and fresh vegetables in a creamy base. All four chowders were delicious, but I think my favorite was the New England Clam Chowder — I just love the clams!

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Chowder samplers


One Response to “{seattle} chowders galore”

  1. annalice said

    these soups were so rich and tasty! I think my favorite was the seafood bisque.

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