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Endolyne Joes / West Seattle

Fritz | Nov 9, 200305:12 PM     7

This is a new restaurant with a very interesting menu and an eye for quality. It's family-friendly as well, with lots of kids. I wish my own neighborhood had a place like this. We had jerk shrimp which was delicious and full of flavor. My wife had a house green salad that was not remarkable due to over-use of dressing, but the greens were very fresh. I had the grouper which was great but it was served with plantain chips which were just bland and not very good despite all of the black beans and other ingredients intended to make them interesting. I wish they had more seafood choices. Probably I would have liked the food better if I tried something else on the menu. The place was busy, with people waiting for a table. The food comes nice and fast too. Link below.

Link: http://www.seattleweekly.com/features...

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