7815 Evergreen Way Ste B1 Everett, WA 98203
Easy to find on the always busy Evergreen Way, nestled beside Evergreen Asian Grocery, King Noodle House is a different kind of Chinese restaurant. A Maneki Neko cat will greet you at the door beside the fat, laughing Buddha, but this is not your usual family style establishment. King Noodle sets themselves apart with a very specific type of cuisine. As the name implies, King Noodle specializes in noodles. Theirs are made on site, hand pulled by the chefs; you can watch them work, pulling and twisting dough into great lengths of fresh noodle for a variety of dishes and made to order soups. Design your own soup with the order card at your table, specifying protein, vegetable, broth and, of course, noodle choice. I recommend the vibrant, green spinach noodles. On a frozen afternoon when the rain is coming down sideways, there isn’t much that satisfies like a giant bowl of steaming-hot noodle soup. While Seattle NorthCountry is richly steeped in Pho restaurants, King Noodle house offers a satisfying, and delicious alternative.
11108 Evergreen Wa Ste B Everett, WA 98204
Sushi could be considered a local staple in the Pacific Northwest, with our easy access to exceptional fresh seafood. Of course, that doesn’t mean all sushi restaurants are created equal. It’s easy enough to find good sushi in our urban centers if you’re willing to spend and arm and a leg. The true prize, however, lies in finding the secret spot with above par dishes at below average prices and a dedicated, knowledgeable chef. Locals, and quite a few visitors, will tell you that Oshima is just such a place. Oshima is conveniently located in a strip mall off Hwy 99 and boasts plenty of free parking. The space is small, decorated with bamboo and murals of verdant Japanese hillsides. They offer a bevy of staples beyond sushi, including a range of noodle options to make even picky eaters in your party happy. However, Oshima truly shines for devotees of sashimi, who will be pleasantly surprised by the selections as well as the portions. If you luck into this restaurant on a slow evening and you’re feeling adventurous, order Omakase and give Oshima the opportunity to dazzle you.