Dinner before Paul Simon. Best truffle french fries anywhere. Also peas with morel mushrooms. Treat!
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We came here for the first time to meet the father of my son's fiancé and her other siblings. We were very early because we were nervous, but were able to be seated rather quickly and then ordered 5 appetizers which arrived just as the...More
Seastar was fun and amazing. We decided to order something different than salmon. We tried the Oyster Sampler (Three different oysters, two of each, two with caviar & crème fraiche, two with pomegranate citrus relish, two with champagne mignonette granita. Refreshing and fun. I wish...More
Sorry folks but I am unsure how this place gets such rave reviews. We had a group dinner here and found the entrees over priced for the quality delivered. I would also expect wild caught fish rather than farmed in a restaurant of this category.
The chef’s sushi platter is phenomenal. Ordered the king salmon for dinner. Absolutely delicious. Wine selection is good too. Service was a little slow the night we went but they were really busy. The dessert trio makes up for it though.
Every year for the past 11 years I’ve celebrated an intimate casual dining dinner with my close family members. Here’s the 11 capsule: SERVICE: From the time you get out of the car ( VALET ), to the time you finish paying the bill every...More
I had dinner at Seastar with a colleague from work. The restaurant is fancy and for some strange reason the average age of its customer must be in the range of 50+. I hardly saw any millenials! I ordered sauteed mushrooms and the crab cakes...More
This is a good restaurant for a business diner. It's not inexpensive, nor is too expensive. There was a nice selection of seafood & oysters. The ambiance is nice and sound level in there is not too loud. I would recommend this more for a...More
SeaStar has so many features that I loved, that is hard to know where to start. First of all, they offer underground parking. Secondly, they have a cool bar that is perfect for meeting up with friends or just relaxing. They have an extensive (think...More
I have been to the Seastar restaurant a few times for a business dinner since it's close to Expedia, my employer. I never thought much about the place -- it's adequate and totally appropriate for a business dinner. However, our group head is a vegetarian,...More