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Asian

  • Chili Thai - The Pad Thai was also excellent. I asked for the chili sauce and was brought a plate with four small pots of condiments. On my plate I mixed in a little soy, a few spices, and the chili sauce. On top of that we asked for lime wedges. The lime wedges, although fresh, were almost devoid of juice. This was the only bad news about this restaurant. - University Place


  • Fortune Cookie - I did a Google search for Taiwanese restaurants in the Tacoma area. Heading the list was the Fortune Cookie in DuPont. If you are used to American Chinese cooking, you would expect the sauce to be the red corn-starchy syrup variety, but no the sauce at the Fortune Cookies is thinner and looks more like a brown broth with a little maple syrup added. The shrimp were not over-done. They were moist and went perfectly with the peanuts and rice. - DuPont


  • Indoasian - The website says the restaurant is the perfect place to experience fine Southeast Asian dining. . . but they also want to take you on a journey through the streets of Southeast Asia, grazing on the local street food and cuisine. This sounds a bit like a dichotomy. I don't think so. However, whatever you want to call it, the food here is excellent. - Tacoma


  • Sapporo Steak House - I knew the Sapporo Steakhouse was opening up, but I didn't plan on eating there on their first day of operation. It just turned out that way. The Japanese Sushi & Hibachi restaurant has a few things to improve, but they have a good start. - University Place


  • Sapporo Steak House (1 month later) - I ordered the teriyaki salmon bento. The large bento platter was unflattering to the food served on it. There were negative spaces. I was used to eating at the Flying Fish, where I always have left-overs to share and take home. Not so at Sapporo, but then I realized that the bento I order from Flying Fish costs a third again as much . . . ahhhhhh . . . so no problem. - University Place


  • Indochine - The most beautiful dish of the evening was ordered by Theresa. Spicy Basil Seafood comes with lots of vegetables and prawns, sea scallops, and calamari sauteed in a spicy basil sauce. The Spicy Basil Seafood was the hit of the evening. I held back, but this one plump scallop kept calling to me . . . I had to answer . . . you know I did. - Tacoma


  • Tacoma Szechuan (fundraiser) - The food at Tacoma Szechuan was incredible. Just when you thought you couldn't eat any more, a new dish was brought to the table for family style dining. Two early favorites were the honey walnut shrimp and what looked like a crispy vegetarian pizza or pancake-like thin crusted green onion fritter, but might have been egg foo young. We had two soups, an egg drop soup and a beef and tofu soup. Both were excellent, but I could have snacked all day on the pizza-looking plate. - Lakewood


  • Tacoma Szechuan - Our appetizer was a bowl of tasty garlic pork belly. It wasn't at all what we expected. Thinly sliced pieces of pork belly (two inches by three inches?) were delivered in a bowl of chili oil and lots of minced garlic. It was wonderful with pork fried rice . . . and again the next morning served with French toast and a touch of molasses & brown sugar flavored maple syrup. - Lakewood


  • Indoasian - Some people call grilled Pork Belly Yakitori with sweet sauce, an "adult lollipop." I disagree, they are not for licking but for munching. Peg and I shared one stick and took the other home for a late night snack. - Tacoma


  • AAA Chinese Buffet - I should have scouted out the food trays before helping myself. On my last walk about, I discovered the Mongolian Grill, where a smiling chef was ready to cook up whatever I desired from their selections. Next time I'll start there. - Lakewood


  • Souper Pho - The small Souper Pho was my choice. The noodles were buried under a ton of round steak, brisket, tendon, tripe, and meatball. It was all delicious, but still . . . next time I'll have the won ton soup, which is a favorite of mine. I like a good won ton. - Tacoma


  • Saki Sushi - Jim ordered a teriyaki dish, while I ordered sweet & sour chicken. They were generous portions, but my lunch seemed a little steep at $2 more than a similar dish from just a block away at SuperPho. I do need to remind myself to ask for more sauce at both places next time. My wife Peg and I will return in a month of so and sample their sushi. We both love unagi (eel), so I hope that is one of the new items. - Tacoma


  • Left-Overs - Umami or savory is one of the five basic tastes. It is characteristic of broths and cooked meats . . . and somewhere in-between. It sometimes produces an exclamation like, "Whoa? What the heck is that?" I found the answer! The day before I had made Peggy a sausage-mushroom omelet breakfast with one little strange addition. She loved it. - Tacoma


  • Dim Sum at the Ming Palace - We love sampling food. With dim sum, the waitress brings a cart to your table and you try things you might not order on your own, but that's the way to find new things you really enjoy! - Tacoma



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    German

  • Bruno's - Peg ordered Bruno's Schnitzel - Tender pork cutlet covered with breadcrumbs and pan fried to a crispy golden brown served with puree potatoes and salad. Peg asked for the cucumber salad and it was excellent. Peg really wanted the weisswurst, but it only came as a trio with other sausages. The waitress offered to request the weisswurst as a side for only $3. The wurst was the first to go. - Lakewood


  • Hess German Bakery & Deli - I ordered a sandwich of landjager and a cup of cauliflower soup. Dick ordered a similar sandwich with salami and a bowl of chicken noodle soup. We were both somewhat disappointed. - Lakewood


  • Rhein Haus - Kind of a German Restaurant in Tacoma - The wurst was only okay, but the salad and the goulash were excellent. The old Walker Chevrolet showroom between Wright Park and Stadium High School. Rhein Haus - Tacoma


  • Octoberfest at the Spring Lake Cafe in Fircrest - Eventhough we were a happy and boistrous group, there was no alcohol involved, much to the dismay of my friend, Randy. So, I tried singing the German drinking song (altering the location, of course), "In Fircrest There is No Beer." He was not amused. Randy's always pretty happy. A beer would have really pleased him, however. - 2012


  • Octoberfest at Johnny's Dock in Tacoma - My pork roast was far and away the best food at dinner. There was quite a bit of it. Luckily, I love the taste of salty packaged brown gravy, so I ate every shred. - 2014



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    Greek

  • It's Greek to Me - Tacoma


  • We relax in Puyallup with daffodils and greenery at our favorite hotel, The Fairfield Inn, attend a play and a concert and sample food from Giorgio's Greek Restaurant, Wanna Cupcake?, Mrs Turners, Don's Drive-In, Ricky J's Sports Bar and Restaurant, and Sparks Firehouse Deli. - Puyallup


  • It's Greek to Me - Tacoma



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    Italian

  • Lovino's Ristorante Italiano - Ruston


  • Joeseppi's Ristorante for Italian, Steak, and Prime Rib (Wednesday evenings) - Ruston



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    Mexican

  • Tres Hermanos Taco Truck - Tacoma


  • El Malecon - Tacoma


  • Moctezuma's - Tacoma


  • Los Tamales Restaurant Review - Tacoma


  • A second trip to Gig Harbor - Prom Night at Skansie Park - Breakfast at Netshed No.9 - Enjoyed dining at El Pueblito - This was a relaxing weekend to take in the sites of Gig Harbor. We stayed right downtown at the Maritime Inn, dined within walking distance and even visited the Tacoma Industrial Airport for some biscuits and gravy. Gig Harbor is such a gem in an area of remarkable jewels. - Gig Harbor


  • West Pioneer Grill - Puyallup


  • Excellent Tamales from the Eastside of Tacoma - I grew up on cans of chili and Nalley Valley Tamales. These are better! Much better. - Tacoma


  • Delicious Tacos with left-over lamb kabobs from It's Greek to Me - Tacoma



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    Pacific Islands

  • Da Tiki Hut - Hawaiian Restaurant - Tacoma



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    Russian - East European

  • Little Europe Cafe - Tacoma


  • Little Europe Cafe - Tacoma


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