Dining on the waves; an evening at Six Seven at the Edgewater
Exploring the Seattle waterfront is a wonderful way to spend the day. The morning hours at Pike Place Market are spectacular and a short jaunt down the hill will land you at the shores of Puget Sound where you can catch a cruise, check out the aquarium and shop til you drop.
At the end of the day, a refreshing cocktail over looking the Puget Sound and a spectacular dinner prepared by an outstanding team, led by Six Seven’s acclaimed Chef John Roberts, is the perfect way to finish the evening.
Edgewater Hotel, has a grand history, however today’s feature is it’s vibrant Six Seven. Dining on top of the waves holds an attraction all it’s own, add the stunning views of Elliot Bay and Olympic Mountains and it’s a spectacular few hours of sheer indulgence.
The first day of spring marked the launch of Six Seven’s Spring menu and Six Seven invited a select few food bloggers to sample the Northwest inspired cuisine. The small selection of dishes we sampled were a fantastic sneek peek in to the full menu and the temptation to return is simply too strong to resist.
Amuse ~ English Pea Boisson; Black truffle creme fraiche and lemon oil
Appetizer ~ Scallop Ceviche; red peppers, micro cilantro, jalapeno, cucumber, crisp spring onion and pharaoh lemon vinegar.
Salad ~ Beet Carpaccio; mizuma, goat cheese, tarragon, green onions, hazelnuts, raspberries, fennel and raspberry reduction
Intermezzo ~ Lemon Sorbet; limoncello and micro mint
Sea ~ Pan Roasted Ling Cod; broccoli rabe, mama lil’s peppers, roasted corn relish, lemon creme fraiche and cilantro vinaigrette
Land ~ Spring Lamb Loin; carrots three ways, arugula, goat cheese gnocchi, baby turnips and mint lamb reduction.
Dessert ~ Meyer Lemon Pie; candied citrus and vanilla chantilly