240 W. Kent Station St.
Kent, WA 98032
On Saturday, we went to Duke’s Chowder House for happy hour. Their happy hour runs from: 3–6 pm & 9 pm–close, 7 days a week.
This Seattle born restaurant continues the tradition of a casual, down-to-earth atmosphere. The hostess podium is less than 10 feet away from the front doors and leaves no room for the crowd to stand and wait during busy nights. The view of the active bar and flat-screen televisions from the entrance area is enough to keep a patron distracted while they wait for their table. Red walls, blue and white patterned table covers, and nautical fixtures effectively create a maritime environment. The mood of the restaurant is easy and cheerful.
The menu is somewhat diverse. For a seafood lover, Duke’s Chowder House comes pretty close to heaven. Duke’s has a large selection of seafood ranging from prawns, chowder, salmon, cod and more. The menu does not forget about others who prefer something else other than seafood. Classic burgers and club sandwiches are also offered.
Here’s what I ate:
– Hudson’s Finger Lickin’ Chicken Strips Hand–cut, free–range, $6.90
– Bowl of Award Winning Clam Chowder, All Natural. New England
style. Herby and Creamy $9.90 (this chowder is so good!)
Know before you go:
– You MUST try the chowder!
Where is the bathroom:
Far left wall from the main entrance.