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General Info
The Islander Restaurant is a family-style eatery that provides a variety of food items. It serves fried calamari, noodles, salads, rice, crusted chicken, pork chops, sandwiches, coconut shrimp, fish tacos and scallops. The restaurant also offers dessert items that include pudding, ice cream and cakes. In addition, The Islander Restaurant provides a range of red and white wines that includes syrah, chardonnay, riesling, merlot, pinot noir, zinfandel and cabernet sauvignon. It has a patio and lounge, as well as private dining rooms. The restaurant also offers catering services for various parties and events. It additionally provides online reservation services. The Islander Restaurant is located in Seattle.

Regular Hours

LUNCH: Mon-Fri 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.,Sat & Sun 12-3:00 p.m. DINNER: Monday-Thursday 4-9:00 p.m., Friday 4-10:00 p.m., Saturday 4-10:00 p.m., Sunday 3-8:30 p.m. LOUNGE: Open to close, daily. HAPPY HOUR: Monday-Friday & Sunday 4-7 p.m.

Price Range
Seattle Central Business District, Downtown Seattle, Pike-Market
Vietnamese Restaurants, Family Style Restaurants, Asian Restaurants, Taverns, Bar & Grills, Restaurants
Other Information

Cuisines: Vietnamese, Asian, Family Style, Bar & Grills


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Jen F.


Vietnamese/Fusion - Great lunch experience.

Was visiting Seattle and checking out Pike's market when I stumbled on this restaurant when looking for something for lunch.

I had the rice noodle salad that comes with crispy vietnamese spring rolls. It was delicious. Had an ice tea too and total was $8.75 -- pretty good for the amount of food and the ambiance.

I sat in the bar area which was cozy and at the time it was not too crowded.

There was some type of walking tour that stopped by and the waiter gave them a history of the restaurant, owner and food served. I ease dropped for a very interesting story to go with my lunch :)

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