5 Different Ways to Enjoy Salmon in Seattle

Get your fresh salmon fix with one of these five delightful local dishes.
Market Grill’s salmon sandwich

Sushi Kappo Tamura
This Eastlake hot spot’s savory SALMON SASHIMI is as fresh as it gets, sliced and served with wasabi, soy sauce and tart lemon slices. $18. Eastlake, 2968 Eastlake Ave. E; 206.547.0937; sushikappotamura.com

Market Grill
The Market Grill's GRILLED SALMON SANDWICH is one of the best. Blackened wild coho salmon is served on a baguette with fresh tomato, buttery grilled onions and silky rosemary mayonnaise. $12.95. Pike Place Market, 1509 Pike Place, Suite 3; 206.682.2654

Ray’s Boathouse
Take in the glorious view while enjoying Ray’s GRILLED ALASKAN KING SALMON, served with trimmings such as roasted baby Yukons, watercress, scallions and sundried tomato balsamic sauce. The fish is usually from Sitka or Kodiak, but keep an eye out for specials on Columbia River chinook or Neah Bay salmon. About $34. Ballard, 6049 Seaview Ave. NW; 206.789.3770; rays.com/boathouse

Momiji
For a tender and juicy salmon treat, look no farther than salmon collar: For its SAKE KAMA dish, Momiji grills up Atlantic king salmon collar, coated in its seven spice seasoning, then serves the medium-rare fillet alongside wild greens in a sesame oil and seven spice dressing. $12. Capitol Hill, 1522 12th Ave.; 206.457.4068; momijiseattle.com

Pure Food Fish Market
Using the freshest salmon from the Market for its ALDERWOOD SMOKED SALMON, Pure Food seasons and smokes the fish to perfection. $29.50/pound. Pike Place Market, 1511 Pike Place; 206.622.5765; freshseafood.com

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