Chef John Roberts
English pea boisson (truffle creme)
Pan roasted ling cod
Spring lamb loin
Lemon meyer pie
The Edgewater is Seattle’s historic pier hotel that once hosted Rock and Rolls’ elite, The Beatles. (There is a famous picture of them fishing out of their room). Recently, the Edgewater took care of one of my heroes, travel food extraordinaire, Anthony Bourdain (Layover Seattle). Lucky for us, the foodhipster206 team received an extension of that hospitality with a generous invite to the Spring Blogger dinner at their signature viewtastic (indoor & outdoor) seafood restaurant, Six Seven.
The tasting highlighted some of Chef John Roberts’ freshest spring menu creations. The experience began with a showcase of the season’s fresh starters; a delectably smooth English pea boisson, flavorful and spicy scallop ceviche, and the visually stunning beet carpaccio that would make you forget the beef. The main dishes for the night were the pan roasted ling cod and spring lamb loin. Both were splendid and well executed with a wine pairing. Wrapping up the tasting course was a lemon meyer pie that could satisfy any sweet tooth.
It’s always a pleasure to have dinner at Six Seven and enjoy the company of their team and the Seattle food blogging community. It was a fun event to partake in and thank you to the Edgewater for an awesome night!
Food blogger life
The views… Puget Sound
stadiums and ports
Amuse to amuse.. chilled tomato cappuccino
Smoked Salmon with asparagus, soft boiled egg, prosciutto bites, and lemon vinaigrette
arugula, local pear, walnuts, blue cheese
Sip champagne with sorbet
Pan roasted Halibut with artichoke, heirloom tomatos
Pour the wine
Braised short rib with parsnip puree, carrots, bacon, pearl onions
Meyer lemon pie with salted almond crust and brulee fruits
The Six Seven at the Edgewater is a nice Pacific Northwest dining experience. The space gives a modern lodge feel and is complimented with a panoramic backdrop of Puget Sound. You can see the sunsets, currents, ferries, stadiums, and Olympic Mountains.
Last week Six Seven kindly invited me to attend a dinner party for their new summer menu. And I must say, Six Seven knows how to hosts a dinner party. The experience was an 8 course meal with Sommelier pairings with each dish. Everything was pretty good and in particular the pan roasted halibut which was cooked perfectly with a nice crisp char.
Overall the experience was pretty grand with impeccable service, and breathtaking Seattle views. Thanks again Six Seven for the invite and it was very nice to meeting everyone that attended.