The restaurant is not inexpensive but also not out of line for the atmosphere and quality of food, especially in a hotel restaurant. My wife said the wild salmon (about $33, as I recall) was the best she'd had on our trip which included Portland and Seattle. My pork chop was excellent. Just one chop but it was the biggest I'd ever seen (more than enough food for me, partly due to our eating several prices of very good sourdough bread beforehand). It is located across the street from the SeaTac Airport light rail station.
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