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SALTY'S SEAFOOD GRILLS

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28201 REDONDO BEACH DR S (at South 282nd Street)
Seattle, WA 98198
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(253) 946-0636
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Salty's Restaurant at Redondo Beach is the best seafood restaurant around. They have a lively bar with outdoor seating and heaters. The dining room also has outdoor seating with...

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Great Seafood Restaurant near Federal Way 8/21/2005

Salty's Restaurant at Redondo Beach is the best seafood restaurant around. They have a lively bar with outdoor seating and heaters. The dining room also has outdoor seating with heaters. The entire restaurant is on piers above the Puget Sound, so it is the perfect place to watch the sunset. I've eaten there several times and I especially liked the lobster. Salty's also has a take-out window for casual dining on the beach [limited menu]. You will need a reservation, especially for the famous Sunday Brunch. more
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  • Built over the waters of Puget Sound in the charming village of Redondo, just 10 minutes from Sea-Tac Airport, we offer fresh seafood, prepared with style. From live Dungeness crab and Maine lobster (swimming in our lobby) to our Alaskan salmon and halibut...

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  • The Scene
    While Salty's may not be keeping up with downtown Seattle's culinary sophistication, it excels at making diners feel comfortable. Service is down-to-earth and reliable, never snobbish. Regulars have long made this their special-occasion restaurant, while others bring visitors to show off the billion-dollar view.

    The Food
    Stick with the basics, starting with creamy seafood chowder. Coconut prawns have long deserted most menus, but die-hard fans will find them here--an instant flashback to the 1980s. The kitchen's approach to fish leans toward fillets bathed in butter-rich sauces. With steaks, medium-rare often arrives more medium than rare, so err on the rare side when ordering. A popular weekend brunch includes all-you-can-eat crab legs and shellfish, along with crepe, waffle and omelette bars.

  • 3/7/2006 Provided by Citysearch

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  • Hours:

    Mon-Thu 11am-3pm, 4:30pm-9:30pm Fri-Sat 11am-3pm, 4:30pm-10pm Sun 4:30pm-9:30pm
  • Payments:

    Carte Blanche, Discover, Visa, Master Card, American Express, Diner's Club

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