Crab Pot Seafood Restaurant has two locations: Seattle and Bellevue. We crossed the boarder one spontaneous Sunday just for some seafood and grocery shopping. For some reason we were craving seafood and the first place that came to mind was Crab Pot. There are plenty of free parking and service was friendly. It as kinda of eerie that the restaurant so quite.
The set up is playful with your own hammers, crackers, picks, wooden boards and even a bib. You know it’s going to get messy! This place is a lot similar to The Fish Shack and Cray Kitchen Bar in Vancouver.
It was kind of ridiculous for lunch but we both ordered The Alaskan 38.95 pp: Complete with a variety of fresh seafood, steamed with cajun spices. King crab, dungeness crab, snow crab, shrimp in the shell, steamed clams, Pacific mussels, andouille sausage, corn on the cob & red potatoes with skin. All the food are poor over the table and it’s a free for all. The idea is a tad barbaric and playful. To be honest, I think the spices needed more flavor and salt. The shrimps were a tad mushy and wasn’t all that fresh and the potatoes were still on the raw side. And the mussels were sandy. Would we spend a Benjamin here next time? Probably not. I felt like we overspent.
Crab Pot Seafood Restaurant
2 Lake Bellevue Dr Bellevue, WA 98005, United States
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