Discover Restaurants offering the best Asian food in North Bend, Washington, United States. North Bend is a city in King County, Washington, United States on the outskirts of the Seattle, Washington metropolitan area. The population was 6,739 in a 2016 census estimate.
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Himitsu Teriyaki is tasty! The food is always cooked properly, the teriyaki sauce is good, and they have the BEST edamame I've had on the Eastside.Not a ton of other entrees available (though they do have yakisoba, katsu and a few other things) but what they have is done well. They have plenty of seating, and the staff keep the place clean.It's one of our favorites in Snoqualmie, and we go back to it frequently.
4 based on 15 reviews
Don't let the location turn you off! This restaurant, located on Snoqualmie Ridge next to the Shell station, serves up some of the best traditional Thai cuisine around! Friendly staff and outstanding soups, noodles and curry dishes make this one of our very favorite places in the area. Green Curry and Tom Kha are just two of our favorite dishes. Highly recommended!
The staff for one was always so nice and accomodating. The menu was pretty large with a good selection of fish and mongolian cuisine. The restaurant has the view of Snoqualmie trees and mountains, so green and pretty.
4 based on 20 reviews
I've been here several times over the last couple of years. The teriyaki here is yummy and the service is great! The lady is really nice. They also serve Chinese food, but I don't think it's very good. When I order to go the food is always ready when I get there. I've had a lot of teriyaki all over the place and I feel like this place is a bit pricey for teriyaki. I guess its probably because of the location. This place is also open on sundays. Most teriyaki places are closed on sundays. Overall great teriyaki with great service! Four stars for it being a little overpriced.
2 based on 19 reviews
I love Asian food but didn't care for this Mongolian Grill. They seem to add a peculiar tasting sweet water to keep down the smoke (well I think that's why they squirted my vegetables and beef). I prefer a salty or soy sauce flavor not icky sweet flavor with most Asian food. I have gone back three times over the last 3 years and have been disappointed each time. Many people I know (locals) said the same thing. There used to be a Mongolian grill in Issaquah WA I frequented once a month with my kids - now that was a good example of a Mongolian style grill. It was popular and crowded but closed down a couple years ago. It was supposed yo be the same owner I thought but no the quality and taste was different - maybe that's why it closed after changing owner it just wasn't the same anymore?
4 based on 38 reviews
You have to walk through smoke to get there. Cigarette smoke, not mustard gas. It's in a casino, what do you expect?? Wheelchairs are fine, kids are fine.staff- usually prompt, professional, and knowledgable.food- chinese? you'll be fine. Sushi? it's good. I used to work with a sashimi cutter. Absolute genius with a knife. Watched him slice up tunas for restaurants. Amazing skills. Anyway, I know sushi. They're good..The phad thai used to be bad. Now it's mediocre. Noodles are cooked to perfection. Actually did a great job. But the sauce- it's a basic home recipe that I've actually made at home. The other ingredients are fine. your sauce needs work. It is essentially the same as uwajimaya's deli recipe.with a few more ingredients. Actually Uwajimaya's original recipe was superb but their chef opened up a fantastic restaurant in seattle. So it has been downgraded. I've been eating pad thai for a long long time. But I digress. your sauce is a sauce in name. It's not enough yet to make it memorable or put it on someone's "must have" list. I don't think you guys get it. You have to rise up to meet the caliber of your view and space.My suggestion is to scout other restaurant reviews, find the items you also make, and replicate what people like about them.avoid the psychos that just use fish sauce and sugar. that is not phad thai. That's noodles, fish sauce and sugar.
4 based on 43 reviews
We are always on the look out for great Chinese and here we found it! The traditional offerings are large and fresh. They also offer some creative specials. The wine list is a bit sparse.
3 based on 26 reviews
We love Thai food! We've been to Thailand several times. This place unfortunately, is not very good. We have tried them at least 3-4 times, but always leave disappointed. The food is just simply not on par with other Thai restaurants, and in the Puget Sound area, there is no shortage of great Thai restaurants. Wish it was better because we like to patronize our local establishments.
4 based on 11 reviews
This place was recommended to me by some friends. Small stripmall location. Nothing fancy. Simple menu, but what they make is very good. Very friendly and helpful staff. I will definitely eat there again
4 based on 54 reviews
Trapper's Sushi North Bend. Local Japanese chain featuring cooked dishes, specialty rolls & an all-you-can-eat sushi deal. Leave Feedback for our North Bend location and a member of the Management team will contact you. 320 SW Mt. Si Blvd, North Bend, WA.
The best all-you-can-eat sushi deal is in North Bend, Washington. Not all the fancy rolls are my cup of tea, but a) the green tea is the best I've had and b) I'm kind of a nigiri purist anyway, originally from Hawaii. I believe in small, one-bite sushi, not these gargantuan roll slices favored by Mainlanders who think they're sushi connoisseurs. Sushi isn't really supposed to be that big. You're supposed to be able to put the whole thing in your mouth one time.Anyway... My husband and I needed to fill up fairly fast before his North Bend Jazz Walk gig, and this all-you-can-eat deal was perfect. You have to order everything at the bar, meaning sit on stools, nowhere to hang your winter coat or put your purse. But that's a small price to pay.The appetizers alone are worth the $20+ per person. You can get a variety of tempura, edamame, cucumber or octopus salad, gyoza to die for. Then, there are a lot of sushi rolls and nigiri to choose from, including the back of the menu (ignore the lunch partâyou get to pick from both sides, even for dinner).I liked the sake (salmon) nigiri, nice and clean, very cold and fresh. I also like the Baja roll the best, which featured spicy tuna and avocado. Uncle Steve â spicy tuna, tobiko, green onion, jalapeno â isn't bad either. I looked for spicy tuna, spicy salmon, and spicy chopped scallop rolls, maybe even chopped hamachi, but they didn't have those. I would say that they tend to put a lot of sauce on the rolls, which isn't my thing. I almost went for a few other rolls until I saw teriyaki sauce or spicy sauce in the description. I don't like my sushi with sauce at all, just classic stuff.My husband dug his Dragon roll (shrimp and cucumber with eel & avocado) and shrimp and vegetable tempura, although we both thought tempura-ing a huge slice of green bell pepper was odd. Traditionally, they do broccoli, and they do smaller pieces of vegetables.Go here if you really need to fill up and you're craving sushi. If you're expecting fancy Japan-based, or Hawaii style sushi, though, it's not quite up to par. The staff are really really nice, though. The place is in a strip mall, behind the main buildings just off the exit. It's also a bit small, but cozy.
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