Updated Sept. 20, 2022: Wonton Noodle House reopened across the street in the 99 Ranch Market plaza after a Sept. 11, 2021 fire.
Asian strip malls housing hidden finds line Hwy. 99 between 220th and 236th — Edmonds’ International District. Blink, and you’ll drive right by Wonton Noodle House, recently reopened across the street (from its original location) at the 99 Ranch Market shopping plaza, missing a great opportunity to transport yourself to an exotic paradise.
Do yourself a flavor. Slow your roll and stop by for some of the most authentic Hong Kong cuisine you’ve ever had. Hong Kong cuisine is a mix of Cantonese, European, Southeast Asian, Korean, and Japanese influences. Throw in Hakka, Hokkien, Shanghainese, and Teochew, and you have the world on a family-sized platter.
Wonton Noodle House may not look like much from the outside. But it’s what’s on the inside that counts.
The ethnically-rich, vast (over 100 items!) menu features trendy, unusual, belly-warming dishes you’ll not find anywhere other than…well, Hong Kong… Dishes like homemade Wonton Noodle soup, lo mein, chow fun, pork-fried rice with spicy XO sauce — a must, Chinese donuts, congee rice porridge, and pan-fried black pepper chicken and steamed bok choy — a dieter’s delight without the diet flavor.
It’s the next best thing to being there.
Call 425-775-8628 for more info.
Exterior images of Wonton Noodle House by Sarah Herrin.