Came here on a weeknight for a bite to eat.
Food was good, staff attentive.
It was very cold inside, felt like the ac was on even though it was in the 30's outside.
I ordered a bun-less burger with a side salad and my friends ordered a burger with fries and a steak salad. The food was good, they lettuce wrapped my burger and the dressing came on the side, added bonus. We ordered a brownie for dessert; it is made with walnuts and comes with two pieces including ice cream.
We hug out here for some time and our server came around to check on us frequently, she was friendly and kept our drinks refilled the entire time.
Parking is available in the underground QFC garage. (Yay). Take the elevator to street level, exit and walk around to the entrance.
They do offer bottomless mimosas for brunch on the weekends for $15! That alone is worth coming back for.
Great spot for a quick bite to eat. Open until 9pm. The truck is located in the parking lot adjacent to Burlington. There are some picnic tables set up if you want to eat outside.
CASH ONLY and inexpensive. A taco plate comes with four tacos; choice of meat mixed with cilantro and onions topped with an avocado slice and radish slices, a lime and includes a drink. The food is good; I enjoyed my tacos and was full after.
Came in here to look around. This place is HUGE. You kind of start to naturally walk around the place in awe. Lots to see, tasting room, coffee bar, and serious pie attached to it. Lots of places to sit and great spots to sit and people watch walking by outside.
I experimented and tried the iced sparkling water with espresso and mint. I was skeptical, but oh my is this delicious and refreshing. I want this drink all the time.
I will be back when I have more time to experience the coffee bar and siphon coffee.
For three years now I have been driving by Walnut coffee on my way into work. I swear every time I enter the cafe it's like a gathering of Edmonds moms :) The vibe here is local, you can tell that the majority of the people here are regulars and pretty much everyone is on a first name basis. It can get pretty packed inside. In the summer they open up the garage doors and have a few seats out front.
The coffee roast they use is good. The baristas are talented, the shots are good, the milk is always frothy and they even make a little foam design in every cup.
I love this Starbucks. The morning staff is always cheerful and upbeat. During a rush they work fast and I am always in and out of there within a few minutes.
They offer great suggestions and keep up light conversations.
The location is right on the corner. The parking lot is not the most convenient to get in and out of depending on which direction you are traveling. Lots of parking available.
This is the only movie theater that I go to.
There is nothing better than being able to DRINK (alcohol) and watch a movie. They serve beer and wine, by glass or bottle/pitcher. Because they serve alcohol no one under 21 is allowed! They also serve food. The food is nothing special, fast food type. You can order finger food, burgers, and pizza. It's not the best but it is nice to eat and watch a movie and the portions are big. I like ordering popcorn only because they bring it in a metal popcorn bowl.
Every Tuesday night you can watch movies for $5. Get there early because movies sell out fast.
This coffee stand has the most convenient location ever; it is literally right on the way to the freeway (Extra star for convince).
They make consistent good coffee at a fast pace. Every time I have been thru there have always been two girls working (actually working not just hanging out inside the stand). One is making drinks and the other is ringing you up so by the time you pay you have your coffee in hand and are on your way out.
Came up this way to go to tulip town... after an hour drive we got hungry. Yelped food in the area and this Thai place had great reviews.
If you are driving by you just might miss it. Hole in the wall place, counter seating and very small.
Food is made fresh right in front of you. The food is delicious. One of the best Thai food restaurants I have been to. We ordered the tofu summer rolls and tofu pad Thai. Seasoning was just right. We watched them make the food; we were mesmerized.
If you are in the area I highly recommend you stop in.
My friend and I went to Vancouver over Canada's Thanksgiving weekend. Our hotel recommended Goldfish so we went on our last night there.
We were very happy we went. The atmosphere was very nice, the staff was excellent and the food was delicious.
We ordered a bottle of what seemed like never ending wine, appetizers, dinner and dessert! Everything that came out to our table was perfect. The fish just melted in your mouth. Seafood being my favorite food, I had nothing but positive things to say about my meal. The portion size was perfect and I left the restaurant very full.
Everyone at the restaurant was very warm and friendly from the hostess to our waiter to the manager who was walking around talking to everyone. I will be back here to eat every time I get up to Vancouver.
Formally Carmen's Latte.. The stand changed owners and then changed the name. Made some aesthetic changes- Revamped the outside, gave the stand a great fresh new look.
Still a very well family oriented and run business. The baristas are friendly and they wear clothes!
Very competitive prices. They offer a variety of food/snacks as well as white coffee and toddy coffee. They have great daily specials and a good loyalty card program. My favorite is that you can add money to your account and they can look it up by last name so if you don't want to carry and extra loyalty card you don't need to.
My friends and I went here last night for sushi. I must admit finding the front door to enter this place was a little difficult.
The prices are average, the service is good and the sushi is both fresh and tasty.
The favorite at our table was the Geisha roll. We also ordered the Cherry Blossom, Volcano and Tuna Salad rolls. The Tuna Salad roll was not a hit, and they took it off our bill. I am not sure if it was the sauce or the piece of lettuce inside but it was not for us. The Tuna Poke is the best I have had anywhere, as well as the mango mochi ice cream. The mango mochi had a citrus kick to it and it was delicious.
I came here for the first time for a birthday dinner with 13 people in the group. We had a reservation and when we got there the table was already set up.
We were greeted and when we had a minute to sit and chat we were brought a few bottles of wine to the table. A little bit later the chef came by and talked to all of us. First he asked if we were celebrating anything, if we had been there before... etc. He then asked us what we do not like to eat. Our group had very different food tastes ranging from no meat, no seafood, lamb only, and on and on... Within minutes our first course arrived and our table went quiet because it was so good. The portions are small and very well spaced out because there are a lot of courses that come out. By the end of the meal you are very full. Given the different tastes at our table, there was a very big selection of food that came out, and unanimously all of it was good.
The staff there is fantastic. Everyone is in a good mood, friendly, and eager to make the experience a wonderful one. We must have been there for a good 3 hours, and we never felt rushed or unwelcome even after we had paid and were sitting chit-chatting for another half-hour.
We all enjoyed our evening. I had a great experience and am definitely coming back here.
Went back for a birthday dinner.
Looks like they have been busy updating the menu. They now have much better food both in quality and taste, as long as you order *new* items on the menu.
Our server was great, so was the service from everyone there. We were the last people there, they were obviously closed and no one seemed to mind. We never had the feeling of being rushed.
Hope they keep getting better.
My friends and I have been coming here for a long time, usually as a girls night dinner. We keep coming back because the sushi is delicious. If it wasn't for the food I am positive we would have stopped coming back long ago. The service is horrible. Whether they are busy or slow, the staff is always very rude. They begin rushing you out the door about the same time they bring the food to the table.
In my opinion the only thing they have going for them is the food. The entire staff could use a little attitude adjustment and some people skills training.
I do recommend calling in and ordering the food to go.
On a side note, it can be pretty difficult to find parking depending on the time of day you go.
The Keystone village doesn't have much to offer as far as great dinning. This is one of the best places that we ate at during our week long trip. We came here twice and both times the food was delicious.
The first time we had dinner here was on Christmas Day and we had an awesome waitress, Autumn. She was energetic, nice and knowledgable. I am pretty sure I asked a million questions about the seafood.
The seafood was very well prepared and fresh. We ordered oysters, ahi tuna, sea bass, and salmon. I also had the lobster soup. Everything was delicious and did not disappoint.
We enjoyed it so much that we came back for dinner a few nights later. Again we had an awesome waiter, Adam (very possible I'm not remembering his name correctly).
The food comes out quickly. The service is great, and the people working there are fantastic. I would recommend this place to everyone.
We made a reservation here for New Years Eve, 7 people.
We were running late about ten minutes and when we walked in we were taken directly to our table.
The place was extremely busy. The service was mediocre, they were slow and rushing but it was expected given how busy and booked they were for New Years. They servers/waiters were very nice and attentive.
The bread came out early and still warm, however they forgot to bring butter/oil. The food came out fast. Nothing special about the food, not bad but not amazing either.
They have a full bar and they make strong drinks.
I would not call this an upscale restaurant. Not a bad place for a casual low key dinner.
Tried Panera Bread for the first time ever. My friend and I were met by smiling Beth. She walked us through the entire menu answered all of our questions and helped us order. She was very helpful! The entire staff was very friendly.
The food came out fast. I ordered 1/2 broccoli soup 1/2 turkey sandwich. I was very happy with my food, and left feeling very stuffed!
The place is very big with tons of seating. The employees keep the place very clean as well.
My friends and I used to frequent this place, a lot. They have great beer and cool specialty drinks like the bucket and syringe jello shots (probably the main reason we started going here a lot). They always play great music, classic rock type. Nothing fancy, no need to get dressed up. Great place to have a beer and some greasy food, perfect hangover spot.
Service is hit or miss. Depends on how busy they are. The happy hour is not too bad, but it is only available at the bar and it fills up fast.
My friend kept saying how wonderful the food is here so we popped in for lunch. Sunday afternoon, the place was almost empty. Aside from how quickly the hostess greeted and sat us, the service is VERY SLOW. After we sat down, it took almost ten minutes for a server to come around with a menu (there were 3 servers I could see walking around). Once we ordered the food came at a normal pace. The food was good. We had an edamame puree appetizer and noodle soups. No one came by to check how the food was or if we needed anything else. Once we were done eating, it took an abnormally long time to receive our bill, my friend asked 3 times! It took even longer for the server to come back with my change.
Alpenglow Stube has an awesome atmosphere, delicious food and amazing service.
I love this place! I am a skier and if you have ever skied you know how unbelievable uncomfortable ski boots are. The reason I love this place is because when you walk in they trade you your ski boots/snowboard boots for warm cozy slippers! They also check all of your gear so it is not overcrowding your table.
We came for lunch directly from a full morning of skiing at Keystone. I was instantly in love because I was comfortable with my slippers and no gear. They have top notch service. Food was melt-in-your-mouth delicious. They have two lunch options; 2-course or 3-course. I was hungry but not that hungry so I did a 2-course with soup as my appetizer and fish as my entrée (3-course also includes desert). Portions were great; I was full but not overly stuffed.
The only downfall to having lunch here is at the end you have to put your ski boots back on and still make it down the rest of the mountain.
I really wish Edmond's had another 24 hour coffee stand. Every time I go here I am disappointed. I was a barista for many, many years so I get even more upset with bad coffee and bad service. Every time I order coffee I drive away disappointed. Not to mention they are overpriced. A coffee stand should not be more expensive than Starbucks. They charged me almost $4 for an americano.
Sushi rolls were good. Mexican roll was the favorite at our table. Sashimi was not my favorite, I have had much better.
Place was pretty empty the entire time we were there. The four of us girls were the loudest, and stuck around the longest at a little over two hours. Not once during the entire time there did we feel rushed, or unwelcome to stay longer. (Extra star for that!)
Came here during the snow storm for a late lunch/early dinner. We got lucky and beat the busy rush by about a half hour! As we were there, the owner had called to get the parking lot plowed. Getting into the parking lot is a little inconvenient because you can only turn in from one direction of traffic on the speedway, if you are going the other direction you have to wait at the light and do a U-turn.
The food is delicious. The portions are huge; everything you order can be shared. All the food came out hot and fresh. We ordered some soups, fried rice and honey pecan prawns. Probably the best fried rice I've had in this area.
The staff is friendly and attentive, although a little hard to understand at times.
Three of us came here for dinner on a Saturday night. We did not have a reservation and were seated right away.
The service was great. The waitress did a great job making sure we had everything and that our glasses were always full. The chef was very entertaining both with his performance and conversation.
The food was delicious. We ordered fried rice with shrimp and scallops. The dish had just enough flavor to it and the seafood was not dry. We also ordered both sushi and sashimi. The sashimi pieces were large and very fresh.
The overall experience was great. The ambience/décor was also a hit; very trendy with nice lighting.
I really like Sushi Moto, especially because it's so close to my house! In my opinion it's the best sushi spot closest to my house.
I have never been here when it's packed, it's usually fairly empty. Last time I came here with a big group of people and they seated us in one of the private back rooms.
The food here is good, consistent and fresh. I usually only order the sashimi so I cannot comment on the rolls; last time I did order a spicy tuna roll and it was very good. Edamame, miso soup, salad, and some broccoli thing are complimentary.
The service has always been hit or miss; for the most part they check back and refill drinks but sometimes they do forget about you.
Every time I am in Vegas I look forward to eating here.
All you can eat for $25 and they have a large extensive menu; appetizers, nigiri, sashimi, rolls, rice, and desserts. Good sushi, good food in general. The staff is friendly and the service is fast.
This is the only place that I drink flavored Sake, it is delicious and they have tons of flavors.
My first experience at Jean Philippe was getting coffee. It is the closest coffee available to the rooms at Aria. We stood in the slowest moving long line. Coffee is available in two sizes, small (12oz) and large (16oz). My large Americano was with flavor was over $5. They charge $1 for flavor and they consider honey a flavor. The most expensive coffee I have ever had! I was ready to be very pissed about my coffee, and then I tasted it. Delicious. Hands down one of the best tasting coffees I have had in the states.
Food and desert here is also delicious. They make crepes, just about any concoction you can think up. I had a breakfast crepe and it was to die for good. We split a nutella crepe.. you can never go wrong with nutella! And the nutella brioche is FABULOUS.
I am willing to bet that you cannot go wrong with anything you order here.
I came here when the restaurant was closed to the public for a private wedding. It was my first time here and I am dying to come back again.
The food was delicious. They had prepared a lovely menu for the evening and nobody was disappointed with the food. The service was incredible as well. The staff made sure everything was perfect from the lighting to the music to keeping all the glasses full all the while remaining invisible and out of the way.
The service was great. The restaurant was packed with a line of people waiting. We had a reservation for 7 people, we were seated immediately. Our waitress was friendly, attentive, and overall on top of things.
The food was not great. Maybe I am just incredibly spoiled when it comes to good food, but I was disappointed. The only thing that tasted good was my beer, seared ahi tuna and the lettuce wraps. Everything else had WAY too much sauce and tasted way too sweet. Kung Pao shrimp and scallops had way too much sauce, I couldn't taste the seafood over the sauce. VIP duck, ginger chicken with broccoli, and Mongolian beef were too sweet. The rice tasted stale.
This is my go-to Thai restaurant. I have been going here since they opened. The only thing I don't like about it is that its street parking only and for some unknown reason I still cannot parallel park.
The food is delicious and I have tried just about everything on the menu. My all-time favorites are the garlic string beans and the larb (both appetizers). I cannot choose a favorite entrée; each time I go I order something different and I have yet to be disappointed.
I love the fact that they have linen tablecloths as well as napkins. There is something about using a linen napkin that makes the experience better.
Arnie's has a great view, especially during summer when you can sit out on the deck; overlooks the Edmonds marina and ferry.
I like to sit at the bar and order off of the bar menu. The portions are great and you can order a few varieties of things and still feel full. The added bonus is that the happy hour uses the same bar menu just changes prices; good happy hour.
Regardless if you sit at the bar or in the restaurant, the food is delicious.
Hole-in-the-wall place, but then again that usually makes it a great place.
The place is small, fits about less than 20 people. If you are walking by and not paying attention you might just miss it; that is unless you stop to notice the large group of people huddled around outside waiting for a seat. Depending on when you go there is usually a line of people.
I have only been here a handful of times (again I have parallel parking issues). Every time I have eaten here the food has been good. You watch as the food is made right in front of you.
I think personally I have a very high tolerance for spicy food because I did not really feel the 3 stars.
I can't say that the service is great. The staff is very standoffish.
I also can't say the place is very clean and/or sanitary.
Came here for the first time last night with my friends that frequent this place; The first thing that I noticed is that they have outdoor seating, WooHoo!
From the second you walk in everyone working is smiling and greeting you. The atmosphere is very friendly and outgoing.
The booths are very large, great for large parties of people6-8 people could fit in one booth! They have an extensive menu and the food is good. The portions are HUGE; you can easily split one meal with two people.
Every time I am in Vancouver or I am driving through, I ALWAYS stop to eat here.
The sushi here is very fresh and they serve enormous pieces. I always order sashimi and one piece takes me three bites to eat. The rolls are also very big and delicious. The house roll is literally the size on my palm.
The place itself is very small and there is almost always a wait. Service is fast. The prices are very good given the size of the food.
We came here with a group of girls (6 of us) with the intention of grabbing a bite to eat and heading on. We ended up closing the place down.
It was a very nice day out and a perfect summer evening weather wise so we waited for a table outside to become available, we did not wait long and were seated in a corner, lounge style.
We ordered food; the portions are very large, everything can easily be shared, and the food tasted good. We ordered a large variety of food from soup to salads to fish and appetizers. What made us stick around until closing were the drinks. They were strong and delicious. The sangria is to die for.
The staff is friendly, cheerful, and helpful in answering questions and recommending food and drinks.
I was so excited to see an open Starbucks in the terminal when I got off my flight at 6AM. Boy was I mistaken. Maybe I'm just used to great customer service from every Starbucks in Seattle.
Five girls (yes 5) stood there talking to each other and did not even look my way for at least two minutes. Finally one girl came over and in the most monotone I am inconveniencing her tone finally said "what can I get you?" I ordered my coffee, (tall drip coffee with whole milk) and she just walked away. A few minutes later she came back asking me if I still wanted my whole milk latte. When I corrected my order she looked at me and said "well I just can't understand you." It took her another 3-5 minutes to pour my drip coffee!
I must say I love this farmers market. Maybe I am a little biased because I live in Edmonds and it's close to home, but then again maybe I just really enjoy this market.
The people are friendly, both the people walking around shopping and the vendors. There is a great variety of food, flowers, art, and just about everything.
They also have crepes!.. And nutella!
I think I have a secret love for hole in the wall places...
If you are driving on Hwy 99 there is a good chance you will drive right by. The building blends into the background and its old run down and uninviting.
Look for it, find it, stop in and EAT!
The Pho here is my favorite. Over the years I have tried every variation of Pho offered from everything to beef only to vegetarian. They all taste delicious, the flavor is just right. The spring rolls are great too, my favorite is tofu shrimp.
And yes how could I forget they serve you water with lychee. It's all in the little details.