12 Must Visit Restaurants in Edmonds WA

A vibrant city located just 15 miles north of Seattle and 18 miles south of Everett, Edmonds Washington is a picturesque waterfront city that feels like a small town.

Here you’ll enjoy multiple views of the water and the Olympic Mountains. Plus with 4 beaches and several waterfront parks, it’s the ideal place for outdoor recreation.

Edmonds WA has multiple views of the water and the Olympic Mountains. Plus with 4 beaches and several waterfront parks, it’s the ideal place for outdoor recreation.

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After taking in the view, you’ll probably be hungry. From quaint eateries to best-class dining, Edmonds restaurants have something for everyone.

Read on for the 12 best restaurants in Edmonds WA in no particular order and get ready to delight your taste buds.


After walking around the Art Walk and famous fountain in downtown Edmonds, head over to Salt & Iron for a lovely taste of the American Northwest.

Come for brunch, lunch or dinner and feast on local oysters (salt) or steaks (iron). Othe options include salmon, clams, chicken and burgers.

The menu includes a variety of craft cocktails, local wines, and draft beers to pair your meal. Avoid disappointment and book your reservations early. This is a popular restaurant for both locals and tourists.


If you love good Italian food in a relaxed setting, head over to Girardi’s Osteria.

This family-owned restaurant boasts award-winning recipes by Executive Chef Bruno Girardi.

There’s so much to love besides the food. Cozy vibe, large patio, generous sized portions and excellent prices, just to name a few.

Fan favorites include the goat cheese bruschetta and the lobster ravioli. Come on a date or bring the family. Either way, you’ll have a great time.


Moving to Asian fare, Dumpling Generation specializes in handmade dumplings and noodles. If you enjoy your food to be made from scratch, this is for you.

Each dumpling is made by hand the moment you order, never before. The dough for all their food is made from scratch as well. You’ll be able to taste the freshness.

While you wait for your order, enjoy the complimentary samples. Yum!


Do you love cheese? Then you have to visit The Cheesemonger’s Table.

It’s hard to choose just one thing to order from their selection of grilled cheeses, sandwiches, salads, soups, cheese & charcuterie boards, and more.

Here you’ll find a huge selection of over 100 artisan cheeses that are both local and imported from France, Italy, Spain, and others.

The cheese plate boards are so pretty you won’t want to eat it. Who are we kidding? Snap a pic for Instagram and then dig in!

We recommend the French onion grilled cheese: Gruyere cheese and homemade caramelized onions grilled on doughy peasant bread. What could be better?

Lots of smaller options are available if you’re not hungry for a full meal. Kid options are good as well.

Save room for dessert featuring a blue cheese buttercream frosting.


Bar Dojo offers you Asian comfort foods with Northwest ingredients, with a focus on all-natural, organic ingredients that are sustainable.

If you love fusion restaurants you will surely consider this one of the best restaurants in Edmonds. Make sure to stop by on Sundays for their famous Asian taco night. Chino Latino cuisine mixes the best of Asian and Mexican flavors into one glorious mouthful.

The hand-crafted cocktails use Asian-inspired fruits and spices to bring a fresh, new element to grabbing drinks.


Located in a charming historic building, this hometown bistro is not to be missed.
Chanterelle is the place to go for breakfast, happy hour, cocktails, desserts, and coffee.

Enjoy a cuppa Tony’s coffee that is proud to be organic, shade grown and roasted in small batches. Pair it with a delicious, unconventional omelet such as the crab omelet.

If you’re stopping by for lunch, don’t miss their famous tomato bisque.


When that wonton craving hits, Wonton Noodle House is your best bet. Warm up on a cold day with a cup of tea that comes with every dish.

Locals love the late hours (open until 12:30 every day). So you can satisfy your craving whenever it hits. You’ll love the generous portions and authentic wontons that are made by hand.

They offer a classic Chinese menu with various rice and noodle dishes, sweet items, and seafood. A favorite menu pick is the braised beef brisket and tendon with steamed rice.


For an authentic taste of Italy right here in our backyard you must try Bucatini.  The service feels like family and the food is amazing. 

Sauces that taste like your grandma made them, fresh and tasty.  The exterior leaves a bit to be desired, but trust me once you get inside you will love it.

They have converted to take out and outdoor dining only due to the pandemic.


Enjoy an unparalleled view as ferry boats glide across the Puget Sound over a romantic dinner at Anthony’s HomePort. Long considered one of the best restaurants in Edmonds. The price of the sunset dinner’s can’t be beat. For $25 you get an appetizer, soup or salad, entree, and dessert.

The daily menu features the finest northwest seafood. Enjoy Anthony’s award-winning clam chowder or pan-fried oysters. Land lovers can choose from several steak and chicken options.

On the main level of the building, you can enjoy a casual meal in Anthony’s Beach Cafe.


There’s not one dish that won’t please at Las Brisas. From their chimichangas to their arroz con pollo, it’s all top shelf.

If you can’t pick just one thing, check out their combinations. You can choose two items with a set of delicious sides.

There’s a decent number of vegetarian options and a good kids menu, too.


If the NW weather has you feeling a little down, you can change your environment in Calypso Edmonds a Caribbean inspired downtown Edmonds restaurant.

The couple that own the restaurant both spent many years in the Cayman Islands in the restaurant industry and decided to bring some of that fresh local flavor back to us.

The couple that own the restaurant both spent many years in the Cayman Islands in the restaurant industry and decided to bring some of that fresh local flavor back to us.


Do you love sushi? Then you will love Sushi master Ryuichi Nakano who originally started I Love Sushi and Kisaku in Seattle. He has brought his decades of experience into downtown Edmonds called SanKai and we could not be more excited about it.

They feature a seasonal omakase experience in an intimate setting, with seating for 30 and natural wood accents. It is perfect for a date night, but families are welcome too.


You can purchase fresh seafood and bring it home to cook or they will cook it there for you! Plus, they have an amazing and unique menu. 

For a quick bite to eat come grab the wonderful fish n chips and take them down to the Edmonds Marina for a lovely night out.

Sumitted by:  Tracy Fultz


We hope your mouth is watering after reading our curated list of best restaurants in Edmonds, WA.

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