Edmonds Restaurant News: A delicious day trip dining in Mukilteo

While this is the restaurant news column, let’s face it — most of us cook at home, in some fashion. Our local markets offer great ways to enjoy healthy meals at home. On a recent visit to the Edmonds PCC, I noticed the store format changes. New logo and signs adorn the building, fixtures and…

Edmonds Restaurant News: Outdoor dining in Edmonds and nearby

Opportunities abound both in town and not so far out of town, for dining al fresco. The shorter list would be establishments who do NOT have a spot to enjoy our wonderful sunny weather. Sidewalks with sunshine have encouraged most Edmonds area entrepreneurs to park a few tables where space permits, so diners can catch…

Edmonds Restaurant News: Sushi Moto satisfies, Top Pot update

We stripped the paper off our wooden chopsticks and salivated in anticipation. We just ordered a Sashimi Sushi Combo at one of our favorite places in Edmonds — Sushi Moto Japanese restaurant. It was my birthday. “Have you written a review on this place?” my spouse asked, as Sushi Moto has been our mainstay for…

Restaurant News: Catch a wave, eat poke, talk story

Perks of the job: the awesome individuals I meet as I write my column features. Steven Ono, the owner of Ono Poke located at 10016 Edmonds Way, Ste. E, in Edmonds, is no exception. Let me start off with just how exceptional. His commitment to authentic Hawaiian poke is challenged by logistics — the physical…

Restaurant News: Time-saving trends for putting together a meal

Trends in the air: The restaurant business is booming, and not just in Edmonds. More than ever, folks eat meals away from home. Great for our economy, and for our farmers, as the fruits of their labors appear on the porcelain plates at the local eatery. The USDA reports that consumption of food prepared away…

Restaurant News: An Edmonds kind of romance

Admit it: We all LOVE to be loved. A special holiday, just around the corner, plays a role in expression of love. Mister Rogers had a wonderful song about how folks show love — “There Are Many Ways To Say I Love You.” In one version of the song he says the “eating way,” as…

My Edmonds Restaurant News: Keeping your resolutions with flavor

If you are like most people, one of your New Year’s resolutions is to eat healthy. The good news is that you can still enjoy your favorite cuisines while meeting that goal. We love Indian cuisine in our family, so I decided to search out healthy dishes at some of our newest locations. First I…

My Edmonds Restaurant News: Dining-out options for Thanksgiving Day

Thanksgiving Day is filled with food memories. Favorite dishes, prepared once a year for this special meal, bring joy to both those who create culinary delights and those who dine on their efforts. While all enjoy the opportunity to gather and break bread, maybe the chief cook and bottle washer needs a break. Solutions abound….

Restaurant News special: Edmonds dining spots included in Seattle Restaurant Week

Four Edmonds restaurants are participating in Seattle Restaurant Week. It’s great time to check out new places or visit favorites: Dates: Oct. 9-13 and Oct 16-21 Deals: Three Lunch courses $18; three Dinner courses for $32 Vegetarian, Vegan, and Gluten-free options available at most locations. See https://srw.seattletimes.com/#/ to pull up menus. Here are the locals:…

My Edmonds Restaurant News: Reader-recommended favorites nearby

Readers and colleagues thrill yours truly with mentions of food spots in our area that she has yet to discover. Culinary delights await those who seek new experiences at new local eateries. Tucked next to a Quickie Mart or a 7-Eleven are Rila, O’Yeah Tasty and Talay Thai, treasures just waiting to be discovered in…