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Authentic cooking from people who are from Thailand. (They offer great travel tips too). You can tell the food is made with fresh ingredients - vegetables are not canned or overcooked.
Favorite Dish: I love ending the meal with their black rice, it's the perfect dessert - creamy, flavorful and compliments the main courses. Presentation is very nice and I've tried several items on the menu and enjoyed them all.
Written May 1, 2010
Address: 602 N. Main St. Coupeville
The Knead and Feed is usually our regular stop for goodies before our traditional Ebey's Landing hike. They also have great breakfasts (before 11am) and tasty soups and sandwiches for lunch.
(Check my Ebey's Landing page for a Sunday brunch suggestion.)
Updated Mar 2, 2004
The Mad Crab serves large portions of great food along with an extra big helping of view. You can look out over Penn Cove toward Mt. Baker from every table while children doodle with crayons. And they have something for everyone. We ended up getting fish and chips for our smallest, pizza for our picky boy while our eldest joined the adults in splitting a ceasar salad, wine, crab bisque and grilled fish plate. Followed up with a cherry cheesecake we were all quite happy.
Favorite Dish: You're a mile or two away from mussel farms so you must have mussels. And their grilled king salmon was perfect.
Written Mar 2, 2004