This very large restaurant didn't start us off on the right foot: they were out of foie gras, swordfish and mussels, on a busy Friday night.
We then chose a selection of oysters (very good), their version of oyster Rockefeller (very good) and a small portion of halibut which was also very good but over-priced at $34. They had no gluten-free bread.
It was our waitress' first night which showed but we didn't mind because it was obvious she cared. We shared the chocolate mousse for dessert: delicious and copious.
We hear there are seafood restaurants in Seattle that offer better value, but we didn't visit any. I wavered between an 'average' rating and 'very good'. This place wasn't very good when I thought hard and long, so average it is. Had we gotten what we wanted we might feel different.
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