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Looking for Great Seattle Seafood or Fusion Restaurant

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San Francisco Chowhound posting here on behalf of my husband who is in Seattle at this moment on business looking for a great seafood and/or fusion restaurant for tonight in the downtown area near the area by Virginia Mason hospital if at all possible. Expensive is just fine.

Thanks!

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  1. Last time I went to Seattle we ate at Wasabi, which had great sushi and fusion seafood dishes. Here's a link: http://www.wasabibistro.biz/

    1. oceanaire is fabulous seafood and is on stewart and 7th I think. It is part of a chain of very high-end seafood restaurants and is pretty expensive.

      1. tell him to call Veil (206-216-0610) and ask whether they can put together the seafood tasting for him...or call Nishino (206) 322-5800
        and ask to reserve a chef's omakase...(you can also get the regular tastings at either place without advance notice)...if he wants walking distance from the hospital area, he can go to Chez Shea (1st and Pike, NW corner, 2nd floor) for their tasting

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          1. If at all possible, he should try Matt's in the Market. Tiny place, hard to find but absolutely stellar. He'll need to get there early to get a seat but if he has to wait, it's worth it. All the cooking is done on a couple of hot plates and Matt is behind the counter eager to talk food, wine, beer or any host of topics. This is truly a unique gem.

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            1. re: Mutt

              Actually, everyone should try to get into Matt's sometime this month, as it sounds like Matt's as we know it is gone after the first of the year. Maybe this is old news to some, but according to Matt's blog, they're expanding into the space next door, and will have seating for 55, a kitchen, and a full bar. And so they'll be closed until mid-March doing the renovations...

              1. re: pitchblende

                Does this mean he'll have to add a third burner to the hotplate????
                I get to Seattle about twice a year and had not heard about this. I have mixed feelings. I hope it works out well for him, but hate to see this one of a kind place disappear.