16273 review-night-left-seattle-watching-travel night-left-seattle-watching-travel http://www.marketgrill.feedback/review-night-left-seattle-watching-travel 8 8 8 1 0 1 The night before we left Seattle, we were watching Travel Channel -- they were broadcasting an episode of Bizarre Foods: Delicious Destinations and the destination was Seattle. Woohoo! Time to write down some notes on the places that we could possibly visit on our last day. And guess what?! Market Grill was on that episode! They were featuring their salmon sandwich! Therefore, that was what we're having for lunch on our last day. It was perfect. We could visit Pike's Place once more before leaving, and with that, we could try everything that we didn't try the first time. When we got there, the guys behind the counter were extremely friendly. We decided to share their salmon sandwich ($12-13), he offered to cut it up for us, and offered us water! Then we started chatting with them on how we heard about them -- from TV! They were pretty excited that the episode finally aired. The sandwich consisted of a filet of grilled salmon, tomatoes, lettuce, onions, and aioli on fresh baguettes that they get from Le Panier. Le Panier is actually a café located at Pike's Place as well. Also, the vegetables that they use also come from local vendors at Pike's Place. The whole concept is fantastic. The salmon itself was fantastic. It was cooked just right. It wasn't overcooked or tough. The seasoning was great. However, I don't think I'm a sandwich person when it comes to grilled fish. When the fish is in the sandwich, I just feel as though a lot of the flavor from the fish gets taken away or replaced by the veggies in the sandwich. The flavor of the salmon was still there but not as prominent as I would've liked it to be. Therefore, I think next time, I would get a platter instead of the sandwich. Also, their hours posted here are WRONG. They close when the market closes, which is around 6:00 PM. Would totally recommend giving them a try. We got fantastic service while we were there even though we were only getting one item and sharing it. Although, if you do go, I would suggest going early or late because there aren't a whole lot of space for you to sit in :) <p>The night before we left Seattle, we were watching Travel Channel &ndash; they were broadcasting an episode of Bizarre Foods: Delicious Destinations and the destination was Seattle. Woohoo! Time to write down some notes on the places that we could possibly visit on our last day. And guess what?! Market Grill was on that episode! They were featuring their salmon sandwich! Therefore, that was what we&rsquo;re having for lunch on our last day. It was perfect. We could visit Pike&rsquo;s Place once more before leaving, and with that, we could try everything that we didn&rsquo;t try the first time. When we got there, the guys behind the counter were extremely friendly. We decided to share their salmon sandwich ($12-13), he offered to cut it up for us, and offered us water! Then we started chatting with them on how we heard about them &ndash; from TV! They were pretty excited that the episode finally aired. The sandwich consisted of a filet of grilled salmon, tomatoes, lettuce, onions, and aioli on fresh baguettes that they get from Le Panier. Le Panier is actually a café located at Pike&rsquo;s Place as well. Also, the vegetables that they use also come from local vendors at Pike&rsquo;s Place. The whole concept is fantastic. The salmon itself was fantastic. It was cooked just right. It wasn&rsquo;t overcooked or tough. The seasoning was great. However, I don&rsquo;t think I&rsquo;m a sandwich person when it comes to grilled fish. When the fish is in the sandwich, I just feel as though a lot of the flavor from the fish gets taken away or replaced by the veggies in the sandwich. The flavor of the salmon was still there but not as prominent as I would&rsquo;ve liked it to be. Therefore, I think next time, I would get a platter instead of the sandwich. Also, their hours posted here are WRONG. They close when the market closes, which is around 6:00 PM. Would totally recommend giving them a try. We got fantastic service while we were there even though we were only getting one item and sharing it. Although, if you do go, I would suggest going early or late because there aren&rsquo;t a whole lot of space for you to sit in :)</p> 2016-08-10T22:58+0000

The night before we left Seattle, we were watching Travel Channel – they were broadcasting an episode of Bizarre Foods: Delicious Destinations and the destination was Seattle. Woohoo! Time to write down some notes on the places that we could possibly visit on our last day. And guess what?! Market Grill was on that episode! They were featuring their salmon sandwich! Therefore, that was what we’re having for lunch on our last day. It was perfect. We could visit Pike’s Place once more before leaving, and with that, we could try everything that we didn’t try the first time. When we got there, the guys behind the counter were extremely friendly. We decided to share their salmon sandwich ($12-13), he offered to cut it up for us, and offered us water! Then we started chatting with them on how we heard about them – from TV! They were pretty excited that the episode finally aired. The sandwich consisted of a filet of grilled salmon, tomatoes, lettuce, onions, and aioli on fresh baguettes that they get from Le Panier. Le Panier is actually a café located at Pike’s Place as well. Also, the vegetables that they use also come from local vendors at Pike’s Place. The whole concept is fantastic. The salmon itself was fantastic. It was cooked just right. It wasn’t overcooked or tough. The seasoning was great. However, I don’t think I’m a sandwich person when it comes to grilled fish. When the fish is in the sandwich, I just feel as though a lot of the flavor from the fish gets taken away or replaced by the veggies in the sandwich. The flavor of the salmon was still there but not as prominent as I would’ve liked it to be. Therefore, I think next time, I would get a platter instead of the sandwich. Also, their hours posted here are WRONG. They close when the market closes, which is around 6:00 PM. Would totally recommend giving them a try. We got fantastic service while we were there even though we were only getting one item and sharing it. Although, if you do go, I would suggest going early or late because there aren’t a whole lot of space for you to sit in :)