Recently reviewed restaurants

Kama’aina Grindz

2933 Colby Ave., Everett;


Specialty: Hawaiian.

Say Aloha to Hawaiian-inspired fare.

Reviewed May 17.

The Hungry Pelican

113 Avenue C, Snohomish;


Specialty: Soups and sandwiches.

A good reason to visit Snohomish.

Reviewed May 10.

Skagit Valley Co-op

202 S First St., Mount Vernon;


Specialty: Pub food and drinks

Anacortes eatery worth a visit on a trip north.

Reviewed April 19.

Mongo’s Clearview

6510 Highway 9 SE, Suite 101,

Snohomish; 360-668-4433;

Specialty: American cuisine.

Fabulous family fare in Clearview.

Reviewed April 12.

Thai E-san Cuisine

1707 Hewitt Ave., Everett;


Specialty: Thai.

Versatile eatery delivers delectable fare in Everett.

Reviewed April 5.

Firelight Bistro

10007 270th St. NW, Stanwood; 360-629-7575;

Specialty: American bistro.

Unusual offerings highlight Stanwood bistro.

Reviewed March 29.

Snohomish Bakery

920 First St., Snohomish;


Specialty: Pastries.

Worth a visit to Snohomish.

Reviewed March 22.

Gyro Cave

2720 Colby Ave., Everett;


Specialty: Greek, Middle Eastern

Try Greek fare for quick lunch in downtown Everett.

Reviewed March 8.

Denallis Grill and Bar

7318 Evergreen Way, Everett;


Specialty: Mediterranean.

Family recipes delight patrons of Everett eatery.

Reviewed March 1.

Thai Bisto

1018 164th St., Mill Creek;


Specialty: Thai.

Try pumpkin red curry at cozy Mill Creek eatery.

Reviewed Feb. 22.

King Noodle House

7518 Evergreen Way, Everett,


Specialty: Hand-pulled noodles.

King House fills noodle niche in Everett.

Reviewed Feb. 15.

Ellie’s Restaurant

3525 168th St. NE, Arlington;


(Previously Linda’s Restaurant).

Specialty: American breakfast.

Fuel up at Ellie’s before exploring points north.

Reviewed Feb. 8.

A-Town Bistro

418 Commercial Ave., in old town Anacortes; 360-899-4001;

Specialty: Contemporary American fare.

Restaurant merits return visits to Anacortes.

Reviewed Feb. 1.

Krishna’s Curry

507 Casino Road W, Everett;


Specialty: Vegetarian Indian.

Everett curry shop just the ticket for vegetarians.

Reviewed Jan. 25

Maddox Bar and Grill

18411 Highway 99, Lynnwood;


Specialty: Upscale bar and grill.

An oasis of good eating on Highway 99.

Reviewed Jan. 18.

Amante Pizza and Pasta

1409 Hewitt Ave., Everett;


Specialty: Italian pizza and pasta.

Tasty Italian fare in downtown Everett.

Reviewed Jan. 11.

Sushi Spott

1700 132nd St., Mill Creek;


Specialty: Sushi.

Mill Creek cafe serves unusual creations.

Reviewed Jan. 5.

Oven Monkey Bakery

12420 20th St. NE., Lake Stevens;


Specialties: Pastries, crazy artistic cakes

Lake Stevens bakery serves divine pastry.

Reviewed Dec. 21.


19409 Bothell Everett Highway,,


Specialty: Northwest food.

Lombardi’s brings winning formula to south country.

Reviewed Dec. 14.

The Cheesemonger’s Table

203 Fifth Ave. S., No.1, Edmonds;


Specialty: Cheese.

A delicious find in Edmonds.

Reviewed Dec. 7.

Ivar’s Seafood Bar

1520 41st St., Everett;


Specialty: Seafood.

Remodeled Ivar’s adds lighter fare.

Reviewed Nov. 30.

Piroshky &Crepes, European Bakery and Cafe

1327 112th St. SE, Everett;


Specialty: Piroshki and crepes.

Everett bakery has piroski, crepes down pat.

Reviewed Nov. 23.


1011 First St., Snohomish; 360-563-5013;

Specialty: Modern Euro-American cuisine.

Riverside bistro offers stylish comfort fare.

Reviewed Nov. 16.

Fisherman’s Market and Grill

1032 West Marine View Drive,

Everett (10th Street Boat Launch);

425-512-9840 for to go orders;

Specialty: Hand-formed burgers, New York pizza.

Finally, a place for cheap chow at the marina.

Reviewed Nov. 9.

Aca Las Tortas

22910 Bothell Everett Highway,

Suite 105-A, Bothell; 425-485-7510.

526 164th St. SW, Lynnwood;


4817 Evergreen Way, Everett;


Specialty: Authentic Mexican.

Restaurant stays true to tradition.

Reviewed Nov. 2.

Camano Island Inn Bistro

1054 S. West Camano Drive,

Camano Island; 360-387-0783;

Specialty: Northwestern style

Dessert, view are stars at Camano bistro.

Reviewed Oct. 26.

Thai House

616 S. First St., Mount Vernon;


Specialty: Thai

Discovery creative Thai in downtown Mount Vernon.

Reviewed Oct. 19.

St. Rita Supreme Chocolat

10208 State Ave.B, Marysville;

425-530-9950 or 425-308-4485;

Specialty: homespun dark chocolate

Delectable dark chocolate from beginning to end.

Reviewed Oct. 12.

Tampico Mexican Restaurant

2303 Broadway, Everett;


Specialty: Fine dining.

Classy dining in Snohomish.

Reviewed Sept. 28.

Fanny’s Restaurant

505 Cedar Ave., No. A1, Marysville;


Specialty: Breakfast.

Hearty breakfasts served in Marysville.

Reviewed Sept. 21.

Zab Thai

11108 Evergreen Way, Suite A; Everett;


Specialty: Thai.

Everett eatery worthy of repeat visits.

Reviewed Sept. 14.

Mosquito Fleet Chili

12 Front St., Coupeville;


Specialty: Chili and chowder.

Chili, chowder fuel Ebey explorations.

Reviewed Sept. 7.

Pho Mai Noodles

5129 Evergreen Way S, Suite A, Everett;


Speciality: Vietnamese pho .

Janbo Cafe

6125 Evergreen Way, Everett;


Specialty: Chinese and Vietnamese.

Vegetarian options: Vegan friendly.

Two stops for savory noodles.

Reviewed Aug. 24.

Mazatlan Restaurant at Everett

1325 Pacific Ave., Everett,


Specialty: Mexican

Everett Mazatlan passes take-out test.

Reviewed Aug. 17.

Petite Sweet

2613 Colby Ave., Everett; 425-258-1800;

Specialty: Baked goods.

Fare fit for summer lunch in the park.

Reviewed Aug. 10.

Whidbey Pies

765 Wonn Road, Greenbank.

Cafe: 360-678-1288;

Catering: 360-222-3989;

Wholesale pies: 360-678-3474.

Specialties: Pie

Go for the breakfast; stay for dessert.

Reviewed Aug. 3.

Indigo Kitchen and Ale House

2902 164th St. SW, Suite F,

Lynnwood; 425-741-8770;


Specialty: Comfort food, 20 draft beers.

Tasty pub food in Lynnwood.

Reviewed July 27.

John’s Grill

649 Fifth St., No. 101, Mukilteo;


Speciality: Steak and seafood

Steakhouse worth the splurge.

Reviewed July 20.

Jasmin Thai Cuisine &Sushi

8715 271st St. NW, Stanwood;


Specialty: Thai and sushi.

Tasty find in Stanwood.

Reviewed July 6.

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