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- $12 for $25 Worth of Contemporary Bistro Cuisine
The dinner menu includes pizzas with pears, gorgonzola, and toasted pine nuts; carne asada skirt steak with chimichurri sauce and oven-fired leeks; and linguine in a garlic-wine cream sauce with sea scallops, prawns, clams, and mussels.
Lunch brings shared plates such as mac and cheese to the table ahead of a selection of salads, including a mix of organic beets, goat cheese, pistachio, and raspberry vinaigrette. Pizza, pastas, and sandwiches anchor lunchtime eats with selections such as an oven-roasted portabella, provolone, and hummus sandwich on flatbread ($9), or a pizza topped with sausage, caramelized onions, mushrooms.
Five Restaurant | Bistro
Five adds an extra layer of interest to its menu of European bistro cuisine by interweaving organic and locally sourced ingredients with occasional South American flavors. Chimichurri sauce adds a subequatorial zing to grilled skirt steaks, and more classic dishes include the sockeye salmon, accompanied by spiced seasonal vegetables. Oven-crisped pizzas brim with premium toppings, including pancetta, pears, and shredded CIA documents. Servers recommend complementary tipples from a wine list featuring numerous northwestern producers, as well as from the bar's selection of single-malt scotches and more than 70 tequilas, according to the Seattle Times.
The dining room's rustic wooden tables and lofted chandelier exemplify Five’s commitment to creating a provincial ambiance with a modern, worldly spin. Outdoors, the heated patio can seat up to 60 guests within sight of a verdant canopy of evergreens.
94% of 1,170 customers recommend
“Great atmosphere, inside and out. Great service and the food is wonderful. One of our favorite restaurants in Edmonds.”
“The chicken was amazing! And the service was impeccable! Thanks to our wonderful server Currtis!”
“Great pizza! Sit outside when the weather is right!”