March 18, 2015
Five Faves: Spring Rolls
- YEH YEH’S LYNNWOOD
If you can find it, Yeh Yeh’s—which means Grandpa’s—is a top spot for Vietnamese food. People come from all over the Puget Sound to have the Bahn Mi, and the spring rolls are a favorite order as well. Customer hint: Add a bit of the toasted chile oil for an extra explosion of flavor!
- BAMBOO BOWL SNOHOMISH
There are rolls abound at the Bamboo Bowl in Snohomish. The spring rolls are a find at this popular establishment. Choose from shrimp and pork or tofu fresh rolls, and have a bowl of pho on the side. They slow cook their broth for 6-8 hours.
- CHAN THAI MARYSVILLE
Fresh or fried, the spring rolls at Chan Thai are gaining positive notoriety. Both versions are served with a house plum sauce, and the deep-fried have seasoned vegetables and glass noodles, while the fresh have your choice of tofu or shrimp.
- LANNA THAI EVERETT
The traditional setting makes the perfect backdrop for your fresh or fried rolls at Lanna Thai. The fried possess an unbelievably delicious filling of black fungus mushrooms, vegetables, and Mung bean noodles in a spring roll pastry. The fresh spring rolls are prawns and imitation crab, lettuce, mint and rolled in rice paper. The fried is served with a tasty plum sauce and the fresh with a sweet spicy sauce. Lanna’s has free lunch delivery too!
- PHO 99 SHORELINE
There are plenty of rolls to go around in Snohomish County, but Edmonds residents still consider Pho 99 their own. If you have to make a Costco trip, stop here. The fresh spring rolls are loaded with extra meat, something customers love about this quick stop. It’s clean, fresh, fast and delicious.
19828 Aurora Ave. N, Shoreline
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