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Our menu centers around globally sourced seafood from well managed fisheries; with offerings of local Northwest familiars like crab, oysters and mussels, to more tropical fish like Kona Kampachi or Hawaiian Ono, and East Coast staples like Striped Bass. Our preparations emphasize fresh ingredients that arrive daily, and pronounced flavors from around the world.
Our urban-industrial two-story ‘fishing lodge’ was built with local and reclaimed resources by Dovetail Construction and Marian Built. Our tables were crafted from bark-beetle pine, and we even found a home for our favorite re-purposed farm equipment! Our space includes the main dining area, a large modern patio and an upstairs loft and private dining room.
We are featuring carte farm-to-fork Chef's approach to creating a sustainable off-the-list concept that features local ingredients but is done in an a la carte format. Our Carte Farm to Fork menu is offered 6 days a week, using sustainable ingredients but highlighting them so that diners can curate how they want to have dinner instead of letting the chef decide what they have for dinner. The menu came from the idea of what we can do to highlight sustainable ingredients in a less wasteful manner. He's decided to use the same basket of ingredients but highlight them a la carte six days a week with a few staples from rasai 1.0, making a return to the new menu too. We aim to deliver an approachable fun-dining experience through a la carte.
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- SSubha1 review5.0Dined 1 day agoThe Pastry Chef Mohammed makes the best desserts! The food was great and loved the modernization of classic Indian foods. Would definitely recommend to anyone looking for a great place to celebrate a special occasionMore inforasai$$$$• Farm-to-table• Fremont•4.3
- NDNathanDvipSeattle / Eastern Washington •1 review5.0Dined 4 days agoFood slapped, service left much to be desired, multiple servers, were ignored and left trying to get bill for 30 minutes.More infoRevel$$$$• Korean• Fremont•4.6
- DZDianaZ1 review5.0Dined 7 days agoGreat atmosphere to celebrate our anniversary - wonderful service and everything we had was wonderful would recommend again!More infoEl Camino$$$$• Mexican• Fremont•4.5
- IIvanToronto / Ontario •4 reviews5.0Dined on Feb 23, 2023Best speakeasy in the city. We really enjoyed the service, music, food and drinks. The truffle fires was amazing. So we'll prepared that each fry had cheese and truffle oil on them. Would definitely go back.More infoThe Backdoor$$$$• Speakeasy• Fremont•4.3
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Visit Seattle calls Fremont an artsy waterside enclave where one can go and take a selfie while enjoying the serene Seattle lifestyle. Hollywood is said to have started in Fremont, and the area offers colorful open-air markets and many hiking and biking trails. The Fremont bison burger is served at many of the restaurants scattered throughout the neighborhood. You can enjoy a wide array of exotic dishes, like Russian dumplings, and you can sample French, Korean, Indian and Sicilian cuisine. An award-winning chef operates an organic restaurant in Fremont. There is also a pub that serves highly praised fish and chips and a popular brunch destination known for its seafood-infused dishes like bacon and oyster benedict.
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Healthy restaurants located in Fremont include RockCreek Seafood & Spirits, Revel and El Camino
Restaurants with gluten-free options in Fremont are RockCreek Seafood & Spirits, El Camino and Revel
Bottomless brunch in Fremont is available at El Camino, RockCreek Seafood & Spirits and Revel
The most romantic restaurant in Fremont is RockCreek Seafood & Spirits