Thursday, November 5, 2015

Seattle Taproom

The Seattle Taproom is located at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport in Seattle, Washington.

Before getting on my connecting flight back home, I stopped here for some dinner and a beer. Because beer thirty is always a good idea.

There are about a dozen beers on tap, all regional microbrews. I got a pint of the Black Raven Trickster IPA, a tip from a fellow beer lover. Can't complain about this one. Delicious, balanced, citrus-hoppy experience. At 7% ABV and 70 IBUs, it's a great beer to get.

As for food, I ordered the Wasabi Lime Pacific Salmon ($12.95) because I had already gotten my red meat fix in KC for the next 10 years. Grilled wild pacific salmon, arugula, diced red onion, fresh lime, and wasabi cream on toasted brioche.

Best part here was the bun, which was extremely light and fluffy. The salmon was good but slightly dry and could have used more seasoning. They skimped on the wasabi cream; I didn't really get that until the last two bites on the innermost portion of the sandwich. Adding a little hot sauce could have really gone a long way here.

Homemade chips were good, nicely seasoned, no issues there.

The Seattle Taproom is a decent option, but maybe there are better options on the menu to get. The Taproom Burger could be a splendid option if the crispy onion strings are on point. 6.5/10

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