Sponsor spotlight: Scotty’s Food Truck now in Lynnwood and Edmonds weekly

Scotty’s fish and chips

It’s hard to believe we’ve lived a full year of the pandemic life. It’s included lots of cooking — and shopping, shopping, shopping for many of us. Why not take a break from that routine and enjoy the fact that Scotty’s Food Truck will roll into a neighborhood near you in Edmonds or Lynnwood in the next few days?

Try any of their seafood or vegetarian options or choose their delectable fresh fish and chips as a nod to St. Patrick’s Day pub food. Their festival favorite, Blackened Caesar Salad, is always a delicious fallback.

Enjoy these and other entrees on a weekly basis as Chef Scotty visits both Lynnwood and Edmonds.

Chef Scotty is now serving up deliciousness at a “new permanent location” at the Chevron Station at 5127 168th St. S.W. in Lynnwood, where the food truck will be parked 4-7:30 p.m. Wednesdays for your convenience, starting Wednesday, March 17.

Scotty’s Food Truck is also regularly scheduled at Calvary Chapel, in the Edmonds Five Corners neighborhood. The food truck is parked at 8330 212th St. S.W. from 4-7:30 p.m. on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.

Locations:

Chevron Station in Lynnwood

5127 168th S.W. Lynnwood

4-7:30 p.m. on Wednesdays

Five Corners in Edmonds

8330 212th St. S.W, Edmonds  

4-7:30 p.m. on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays

  • Vegetarian, gluten-free options available
  • Accepts credit cards and cash

Scotty’s NW Catering, also headed by Chef Scotty, encourages inquiries on catering. “Want to have the truck at your event? Give us a call and describe your party,” he says. “We can also do classic catering.”

 

  1. Glad to see Scotty has added more locations. Love the Blackened Salmon Caesar.it’s our favorite…but every item we’ve had is delicious..

  2. Maybe I’m off base, but I’m thinking there must a rule/law/ordinance, or whatever it’s called, to prevent (more permanent) Food Trucks from setting up too close to downtown Edmonds restaurants. Anyone know?..

    1. Char, If there were an “ordinance” that limited Food trucks space/location… then why no action about the 4th and Dayton location that supported Here and There, and the newer Triton Taste truck? And then there’s the Taco truck that has parked for years, at Burlington Mall…

      1. Does anyone know if Scotty’s uses wild caught salmon or farmed? Exactly what kind of salmon is just!

    2. It’s at 5 Corners and all the other restaurants at the top of Main street get lots of business. As far as im concerned it has nothing to do with downtown Edmonds and isn’t near downtown either at least a mile away…It doesn’t hurt business down there. So why even worry about the rules of food trucks close to downtown Edmonds?

  3. Food Trucks and restaurants can co exist. It’s nice to offer variety and to feed the public what they like.
    Trucks provide a quick meal as oppose to the dining experience that we all appreciate when we have the time and when we are comfortable with dining in.

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