Gracie's Cuisine

607 SE Everett Mall Way, Everett
(206) 822-0308

Recent Reviews

Larry Sullivan

Great food and very nice people.

Christina H.

Every time I'm craving authentic Filipino and I don't want to cook I go to Gracie's Cuisine. Always so good!Also, Kudos to Grace! I found out that on her day off she cooks for the homeless. She is such a hard worker and gives so much back to the community. God Bless!

Jacinda Herrera

I can’t even review the food because unfortunately I was not able to receive it. The ordered via DoorDash for pickup. I waited 15 minutes in the parking lot, which I was okay with. I got the notification that my order was received and ready for pickup. I go into the restaurant and was greeted right away, however once I go into detail, I was given a nasty look and told “I don’t use DoorDash anymore”. I showed the order on my phone, that the money was taken and the details The lady working there did not care. I’m already annoyed but proceed to try and order in person. Then I’m being told “I only take Venmo or cash”. Now I’m supper annoyed and of course have only card and not willing to go through the process of making an account on a app to buy food from careless people.P.S. Delete your restaurant off of DoorDash if you do not use it!!!!!! Deleting just the app does absolutely nothing. Stop wasting people’s time please

S C.

Not sure how they are getting high reviews. We ordered few items and we were very disappointed. All the items we ordered were heavily salted. Some not really edible. On top of that I did the math and I got over charged. Looks like they double charged me for the lumpia's. $12 vs $6. Also, they burned the lumpias. Over fried. They told me I would be charged $2 more because beef was expensive which they told me up front. The sad thing is the beef portion was small. Don't be fooled by some of the pictures. We didn't see even see a single vegetables on top of the tapsilog. Also they only accept cash or Venmo. Luckily I had enough cash.Let's say, we won't be going back.

Staci E.

Not sure how they are getting high reviews. We ordered few items and we were very disappointed. All the items we ordered were heavily salted. Some not really edible. On top of that I did the math and I got over charged. Looks like they double charged me for the lumpia's. $12 vs $6. Also, they burned the lumpias. Over fried. They told me I would be charged $2 more because beef was expensive which they told me up front. The sad thing is the beef portion was small. Don't be fooled by some of the pictures. We didn't see even see a single vegetables on top of the tapsilog. Also they only accept cash or Venmo. Luckily I had enough cash.Let's say, we won't be going back.

Alieah Y.

Friendly little restaurant we love going to for the pork belly! Always quick and their customer service keeps drawing us back!

R J

Food is ok. A few items are really greasy.

Marie B.

A sincere shout out to Gracie's Cuisine in Everett is long overdue! (6/25/20) Gracie herself is a hard working dynamo, phenomenal cook and caterer, always with a smile. Definitely she cooks with a lot of love, dedication, and sense of community.I'm pretty adept at cooking Filipino cuisine at home. I Iove getting together with family to cook various favorites and celebrating. But sometimes, one has a craving where Gracie's Cuisine hits the spot! Delicious, generous sized apps, entrees, and desserts to choose from. The quality has always remained consistent. My favorites include dinuguan, kare kare, tortang talong with steamed rice. Just writing this review is making me hungry. So when you're in the northend, stop by for a no frills feast.#ThankyouThursday

Kat R.

Today's my birthday and was reminded to eat pancit. I was so happy to find a filipino restaurant 20 mins away. I called to order and a lady answered. She had zero phone etiquette and was rude. They're currently not taking any debit/credit card payments. Only cash or venmo. She told me she was going to text me the cost of the order. It seemed like she was in a hurry to hang up as if i was bothering her. 1 hour later, still no text message from her. So i called her instead and asked what time will it be ready and how much. She told me it was ready a long time ago and she'll call me back for the pricing . Finally got a text from her a few minutes later and i went to get my order. I paid in cash and even gave them a tip because people could use money during these covid times. Food is mediocre. I miss filipino food but i dont think ill be coming back.

Kimberly M.

We were looking for lumpia. The owner was so nice and helpful since it was a first time. For years I have had lumpia made for me by the wives of my dad's military friends as a birthday dinner. Today Gracie's did not disappoint. It tasted like it was made with love. I will definitely be back for more!!!!

Rita W.

update: attention! Gracie's is open for take-out and her food is prepared and served with all the care and love as before the pandemic. quick heads up: Gracie is not accepting credit cards right now, so be prepared to pay with cash. ------------------------------------------------------------------ i LOVE friendly and welcoming Gracie. i LOVE her food. if you like meat, and PORK, you will LOVE Gracie's. most of the menu items are prepared-to-order, so the wait may be longer than we are used to, but it will be worth it. there is not one thing i did not like at Gracie's. this is amazing when you consider i know nothing at all about filippino cusine except for pancit, adobo chicken, and balut. first things first: always, always order the garlic fried rice. it is yellow. it tastes like sausage and pork fat and there is GARLIC. no apologies for the amount of garlic, and i LOVE that. i order a large order to keep at home to have when i am in the mood for GARLIC. next, order any of the sizzling plates. they are served with a LOVEly fried egg and lots of meat: marinated beef, or pork or longanisa and, a fish choice. lechon kawali: deep fried pork belly platter. i LOVE this. lumpia shanghai: as expected. fresh and crisp. generous serving. pork sinigang: a little too sour for my taste. everyone else LOVES it and raves about it. generous serving. tortang talong: fried eggplant omelet. reminiscent of a relleno. if you like eggplant, you will LOVE this. halo-halo: Gracie shaves the ice in-house. it is very, very good, filled with all kinds of goodies i have no idea what they are. pancit: as expected. not clumpy or mushy. there is an underlying flavor/seasoning i do not recognize, but it is delicious and very distinct. there is so much more to try on the menu. now, i am learning so much thanks to Gracie and her patience with me. it's worth the drive to everett from lynnwood for me when i am craving some homestyle comfort food. go there now. let's not lose Gracie's Cuisine.

Marlene D.

Whenever I'm feeling homesick, Gracie's is the place to call for delicious Filipino food. While I'm capable of making pancit and lumpia myself, it just always tastes better when someone else makes it for you. And if I can't have my dad here to whip it up, Gracie's is really the next best thing. My in-laws, who are American, also enjoyed the food. We ordered some dishes for my mother-in-law's birthday and there was not a single leftover to take home. Thank you Gracie's for giving me a taste of home. Right now with COVID-19 they are still offering takeout orders. I highly recommend treating yourself to some amazing Filipino food this weekend.

Shawn Conway

Good food. Great service. Family owned.

Denis M.

Family owned place that has wonderful food. Try this restaurant out you will not be disappointed. Great Filipino food that makes me think about my childhood. Just like Lolas cooking.

Steve K.

Excellent little place to Get some authentic (from what I've heard) and very fresh made food. We loved it and will be back.

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