Fodor's Expert Review The Kitchen

$ Orcas Island Asian

Seating at this casual, affordable Asian restaurant adjacent to the distinctive boutiques of Prune Alley is in a compact dining room or, when the weather is nice, at open-air picnic tables in a tree-shaded yard. The pan-Asian food here is filling and simple, using local seafood and produce, with plenty of vegetarian options. Start with a steaming cup of Thai-style hot-and-sour soup. Then consider one of the hearty wraps with tofu or local pork and greens, seeds, veggies, pickled cabbage, and lemon-garlic dressing; or the rice cakes topped with salmon, crispy kale, and your choice of sauce: ginger-wasabi-soy, teriyaki, peanut-lime-miso, or coconut-curry. Note that dinner service ends at 8 pm.

Asian Casual Lunch Dinner $

Quick Facts

249 Prune Alley
Orcas Island, Washington  98245, USA

360-376–6958

www.thekitchenorcas.com

Known For:
  • Hearty ramen and Thai noodle soups
  • Chocolate-ginger cookies for dessert
  • Nice selection of craft brews on tap
Restaurant Details:
Rate Includes: Closed Sun.

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