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Matt's in the Market Restaurant Review: Never has the saying "the better the view, the worse the food" been less true than from the window-side seats at Matt's in the Market overlooking Seattle's waterfront and Elliott Bay. For a true taste of Pacific Northwest cooking, head to the third floor of the Pike Place Market's Corner Market Building. You'll discover a stylish yet casual setting ideal for enjoying the straightforward dishes featuring the Market’s freshest seafood and produce. The ever-changing menu might include appetizers such as clams with house-made chorizo, and fried duck egg with a brioche crouton. Entrées have ranged from sea scallops with pork belly and spring onions to halibut with avocado purée and a pea shoot-watermelon radish salad, and a roasted half chicken with corn dumplings. For dessert, try the chocolate pot de crème. A well-developed international wine list and attentive service add to Matt’s appeal.