Kirkland >Food & Dining > The Big Fish Grill
10426 Northup Way, Kirkland, WA | Directions 9803347.643521 -122.200548
Mon-Thurs 11am-10pm, Fri-Sat 11am-11pm, Sunday 10am-10pm
FAB All the way – My friends and I eat here at least once a week and we are never let down. What not to eat? Let me think about it....
Best Brunch on the Eastside – I had been to the Big Fish Grill several times for happy hour, but last weekend I had the opportunity to go for brunch. Oh Em Gee it was FABULOUS! The hazelnut french toast was beyond good- better than most desserts and when paired with a fresh mimosa- there's nothing better!
I can't wait to go back!!!!
Best Tuna Ahi – They use the best grade tuna for the Spice Tuna Ahi dish. What a treat.
Thanks for taking the time to let other guests know how good our tuna is!
Great Seafood and Happy Hour – This Seafood Restaurant is definitely being added to my Kirkland Restaurant repetoire. The big seafood selection made it tough to choose. But once I settled on the salmon, I was not disappointed. And I washed it down with my Happy Hour Mojito. And the service was impeccable. Bonus!
Seafood Heavan – In the Pac NW we tend to be a little spoiled when it comes to seafood...and so it could be argued restaurants have it a little easier here than say somewhere in N Dakota. All that said it is really wonderful to find a restaurant that not only exploits the fresh abundant seafood available but also finds ways to exceed my expectations. Love it!
Very Good Salmon – Good salmon dinner. Not dry like some restaurants make fish. Good service too. Not pushy and not constantly standing by my table. Good bar selection too. One thing I like about this restaurant is the easy access to 520. Good place to meet.
Happy I found this spot – I found this excellent restaurant when I had to get out of traffic in Kirkland. It was the first time I have been happy for a traffic jam! I had the Salmon and my kids had the fish and chips (great kids menu) - we live in Bellevue so we will be back!
Very Good Fish n Chips – Stopped by and had the fish n chips with a few beers in the bar. Good stuff! Very crisp on the fish and that's the way I like it. Nice selection of microbrews. It's also a good location since it's just off 520 on the Kirkland -Bellevue border.
New restaurant! Great Happy Hour! – I like to stop at the Big Fish after work for happy hour. Full bar with microbrews and good seafood. Service was good, fast, and friendly! I haven't had dinner there yet so I can't comment. It is a good place to meet my friends that live in Seattle and Kirkland or Bellevue since it is close to the bridge.
Don't bother – Our bill came to $45 (before tax). We ordered two pasta dishes and an oyster app. A little more expensive than I anticipated but it would've been fair if the food tasted good.
I ordered Garlic Prawn Linguini which is pasta, prawns, tomato, olive, caper, cheese. I don't know what they did besides over cook it and douse it in too much cheese. It was seriously awful. After just a few bites I told my server that I didn't like it but rather than waste it I would take it home. He brought me a box and suggested adding garlic salt.
My husband ordered Crab Ziti which is similar to a macaroni and cheese with crab and small shrimps. It was a little better than my dish but not by much as it was very over cooked and mushy.
I will never go back to this establishment again considering there are so many great restaurants in Bellevue.
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