Chinese Restaurants in Cottage Lake

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Teriyaki Madness is a Kirkland landmark which has been around since 1990. With more than 20 years of history specializing in char grilled Teriyaki, we promise our customers best Teriyaki in town.

10600 NE 68th St
Kirkland,
WA
US

Toy’s Café and Bakery specializes in the spicy entrees of Mandarin and Sichuan dinner fare as well as traditional Chinese and Taiwanese baked goods. With more than 100 options, the menu features a range of sauces available atop pork, chicken, beef, or seafood, as well as the chef’s hometown specialties of black mushrooms in braised e-fu noodles and beef chow fun. The bakery complements the complex flavors of the kitchen with traditional pastries and baked goods such as fresh-fruit chiffon cake, mango-mousse cake, and curry beef buns. All of these pastries are made in-house using only seasonally available fruit and hand-whipped cream to add a rich decadence to desserts without delivering them to patrons wrapped in chocolate-coated money.

131 106th Ave NE
Bellevue,
WA
US

Bamboo Garden's authentic Sichuan cuisine floods palates with spicy flavor while diners relax in a sleek, bamboo-trimmed dining room. Dinner patrons can follow up hearty servings of dip-friendly green-onion pancakes ($3.99) with popular dishes such as the tongue-scorching spicy basil beef ($10.95) and eggplant swimming in hot garlic sauce ($8.95) and snorkeling between the rocky outcroppings of diners' teeth. On the Wild Side menu, sour-and-spicy jellyfish ($6.95) appeases taste buds looking for an adventure more palatable than hanging out with Lou Reed. Lunch specials include entrees such as chopped-pepper hot chicken ($5.99), which prove appetizingly fiery and capable of swiftly silencing hunger growls.

202 106th Pl NE
Bellevue,
WA
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Coho Cafe's two locations help their diners fight the weather—whatever that might be. In the winter, large rock fireplaces send heat bouncing off curved architecture and metal art while stomachs warm with Southwestern spices. In the summer, cool Pacific breezes fan guests on the outdoor patios while they sip cocktails and sink into cod tacos. But no matter what the temperature outside, there's an undeniable flair to the restaurant's Northwestern seafood. It's something viewers of KING 5's Evening Magazine have noticed too—they've lauded Coho for having the best New American cuisine in western Washington four times since 2008.

The cornerstone of these accolades is the kitchens' culinary restlessness. The executive chefs of both locations revamp the Fresh Sheets menu of weekly specials every two weeks to make use of seasonal ingredients and flavors. What results are bold plates such as pit-roasted salmon cooked over apple wood, and stir-fried coconut green curry with prawns and ginger-jasmine rice. Each bite pairs with a Northwestern wine as well—a fitting drink for any season.

8976 161st Ave NE
Redmond,
WA
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Watercress Asian Bistro has been featured in the Seattle Times, is liked by 77% of Urbanspooners, and has a 3.5-star average rating from Yelpers.

16505 Redmond Way
Redmond,
WA
US

The professional staff of stylists and colorists at The Hair Co. welcome repeat customers and referred clients as they sculpt hairdos for men, women, and children using products by Paul Mitchell and TIGI. When they aren't snipping strands and tinting locks with new hues and highlights, stylists condition frazzled mops with Redken conditioning treatments and perm tendrils so they resemble mint-condition Slinkys. Guests preparing for fancy occasions can have stylists add feather extensions or twirl tresses into sophisticated updos.

1317 228th St SE
Bothell,
WA
US