That's it. Technically I suppose it's not seasoned salt (which is typically loaded with, what, paprika, tumeric, etc.) it's more of a garlic-salt/pepper mix I think. Anyway it's not bad at all, and definitely not as strong as say... Safeco Field garlic fries (lol). And they give you a giant heaping of it no matter what size you order.
Word of warning though, it's a small, cramped space and gets busy very fast at lunch time. They do have a patio but not sure if they light the burners in the daytime or not (they ought to).
Speaking of famous houses, reminded me of another restaurant - The Oasis. Not really mom & pop, but it's certainly one of the more unique establishments around (and it doesn't cost an arm and a leg). Not nearly as pleasant in the winter months since a lot of it is outdoor patios high up, but still, worth at least one visit at some point. A lot of mansions are nearby (including Garriott's current place), and you can see Chris Roberts' place across the Lake (among others).