Fresh and Delicious

Pacific Northwest

We Focus on the Environment so you can Focus on the Delicious Meal in Front of You

Our steam kettle cooking process is extremely energy efficient and fast. We bring in our seafood from sustainable sources that do not harm our marine ecosystems.

  • Steam kettle cooking has been around for over a century. The jacketed kettle reaches a precise 212 degrees in under a minute, efficiently cooking your KettleFish classic to perfection, every time.
  • Steam kettle cooking uses 62% less energy than traditional stock-pot on open-flame cooking methods.
  • Sustainable sources of seafood create zero harm to our environment.

We believe in responsibly sourcing the seafood we prepare for you. We trace our sources back to where our seafood is caught or raised. We only work with suppliers that ensure the well-being of marine life populations, ecosystems, and fisheries..

Our Vision

We provide our guests with fresh and responsibly sourced seafood meals. We are committed to the health and well-being of our local environment and community.

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Our Suppliers

We support local, sustainable, and responsible seafood sources and suppliers. We strive to reduce the amount of waste our
processes generate, as well as any negative impacts to the environment. Responsibly utilizing local resources is simply good

Harbor Foods

Harbor Foods provides us with all of our dry goods, frozen products, and produce. Harbor Foods has been family-owned and operated since 1923 is one of the largest independent distributors of the Northwest.



Our IQF clams come from LaMonica out of New Jersey. LaMonica has been around since the early 1920s and has helped build a sustainable harvest practice to prevent overfishing.


Key City

All of our locally sourced seafood and shellfish is provided by Key City Fish Company located in Port Townsend, Washington. Our manila clams, oysters, and mussels are delivered to us fresh regularly. Key City is locally owned and operated since 1994.


Penn Cove Shellfish LLC

Penn Cove, located in Coupeville, WA, supplies us with delicious, fresh-tasting Penn Cove mussels. These mussels are award-winning with a clean taste and more meat than shell. Locally and sustainably harvested, Penn Cove is involved in every step of the way to ensure a quality product.



Manila clams

Our manilla clams are harvested from the Hood Canal area and southern Puget Sound keeping it local and fresh. This helps us fulfill our 'Tide to Table' goals.



Goose Point farms and cannery supplies us with our Willapa Bay oysters. Located in the southwest of Washington, this family-owned and operated farm has been around since 1975 supplying Washington and other areas with freshly shucked oysters.


New Location Coming Soon

New Location

We are excited to announce our second location in Downtown Gig Harbor at 7806 Pioneer Way! Get a taste of what's to come by ordering from our flagship location in Old Town Silverdale. Sign up for our loyalty program to receive our seasonal news letter with updates on the new location and recently added specials

We believe in responsibly sourced seafood as a means to know how and where our seafood is caught or raised, to ensure the well being of marine life populations, ecosystems and fisheries.

Trident Brand, Alaska, USA

Wild Caught and Processed
Alaska has been the pioneer and the global example for sustainable and eco-friendly fisheries. Alaska adheres to the internationally accepted guidelines set by the United Nation’s

Trident Brand, Alaska, USA

Wild Caught and Processed
The Alaska seafood industry is the economic foundation of many rural Alaska communities. Over 21,000 rural Alaska residents were directly employed by the industry in 2015, accounting for 15% of all rural working age adults.

Trident Brand, Alaska, USA

Wild Caught and Processed
In 1975, David and Maureene Nisbet began farming a mere 10 acres of tideland in the southwest corner of Washington known as Willapa Bay.

Goose Point Shell Fish Farm

Willapa Bay, WA
As good stewards of the second largest estuary on the Pacific Coast and one of healthiest estuaries in the continental United States, we’re dedicated to caring for the bay.

Goose Point Shell Fish Farm

Willapa Bay, WA
Owned and operated by the Nisbet Family, Nisbet Oyster Co., Inc. employs more than 80 full-time men and women on our 1900-acre farm and in our state-of-the-art processing plant, which is considered a model facility by both the FDA and the Washington State Department of Health, Shellfish Division.

Goose Point Shell Fish Farm

Willapa Bay, WA
Clam farming starts out at the hatchery where clam larvae are set on fine screens allowing algae rich water to be pushed through the juvenile clams, thereby allowing them to feed continuously and grow.


Locally Farmed and Harvested
When clams are at sufficient size they are relocated into mess bottom trays and taken to the nursery rafts.


Locally Farmed and Harvested
Once clams reach fingernail size they are moved to the growing areas located all around the Pacific Northwest. When the baby clam dig themselves down and grow naturally under the same in tidal areas as wild clams do.


Locally Farmed and Harvested
Once they reach market size they are dug up, graded bagged and sent to market.


Locally Farmed and Harvested


3607 NW Byron St
Silverdale, WA 98383
(360) 692-9611

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