King's Inn Tartar Sauce/Seafood Sauce

Total Time
Prep 20 mins
Cook 0 mins

There is a very famous restaurant in Baffin Bay, Texas (East of Riviera, Texas), called King's Inn. The specialties of the house are sliced avocado salad, onion rings, shrimp, and their tartar sauce/seafood sauce. It is absolutely to die for and I have the recipe!!! It's definitely a restaurant recipe, as it makes a huge reduce the recipe as needed.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Finely chop celery, jalapenos, bell peppers, anchovies, garlic, and onion.
  2. Add salt and Worcestershire sauce.
  3. Break crackers into small pieces.
  4. Mash the hard-boiled eggs.
  5. Mix all ingredients together with the mayonnaise and Miracle Whip.


Most Helpful

The recipe for the King's Inn tartar sauce was in the newspaper a long time ago. I know some friends have the recipe still, but I don't remember it at all. I pretty sure they use chile pequin instead of jalepenos.

reggie.e.reyna September 24, 2014

WOW....... I have heard for years from this person and that person that they had the recipe for the Famous King's Inn Seafood sauce. I have seen many interpretations of this recipe. I will have to admit that this is the closest I have ever seen someone come up with. They have ALL the ingredients EXCEPT ONE ingredient. I know one other person that had the original recipe. She had worked there for Many Years. I have had the recipe for over 25 years. I got it from the Main Cook there for over 25 years. Mine measured the vegetables by the pound using a gallon of Mayo and a Gallon of Miracle Whip. A can of this and a half a bottle of that, including a 1/4 bottle worcestershire sauce. (4ozs.) it made 3-4 gallons of Seafood Sauce. I Measured everything out and then divided it by Four to give me a recipe Much like this one above. I was sworn to secrecy years ago. You are very close , but "NO CIGAR"....... LOL

rodrico May 24, 2014

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