Tilth Restaurant

Monday Nights at Tilth
February 1, 2008, 2:43 am
Filed under: Monday Night

Here’s the latest Monday night menu:

Homage to Local Producers
February 4, 2008

Loki Fish Co.
Seattle, WA

Celery Root Soup
tartare, horseradish, quail egg

Cold-Smoked Lox
caraway, shallot, whitefish caviar

Pete’s Sockeye Salmon
sunchoke, brussels sprouts, austrian potato

White Chocolate Semifreddo
hazelnut, quince

$45 prix fixe
$20 wine pairings


Since 1979, Pete Knutson and his wife, Hing Lau Ng, have fished the waters of Southeast Alaska and Puget Sound. Along the way, Knutson, who is also a PhD professor in anthropology at Seattle Central Community College, taught his two sons, Jonah and Dylan, the importance of respecting the sea and the beautiful salmon that they bring to the market. All the fish are caught, immediately processed and chilled to below freezing in order to maintain the pristine quality of the flesh. Then, the catch is flown back to Seattle within 48 hours of harvest, where people can buy the fish at a number of farmers markets and at the West Wall at Fishermen’s Terminal.

Chef de Cuisine
Dana Tough

Maria Hines

*Consuming raw or undercooked foods may increase your risk of food borne illness.

Please note that there is no organic certification for “wild” foods. Food items that
are underlined may contain an ingredient that is not certified organic.

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