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Young's Restaurant


9413 16th Ave SW, Seattle
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If you feel like ordering Mickey Mouse pancakes and egg foo young during the same meal, Young's comes in handy. This White Center spot serves diner classics alongside a full lineup of Chinese and Thai dishes, and it’s perfect for sliding in on a Sunday morning when no one can agree on what to eat. With deep booths, checkered floors, and coffee creamer cups at each table, everything about the place screams "American diner," only you can choose between an omelette with hash browns or Mongolian beef and a side of crab rangoons.

While the sticky garlic fried chicken, pad see ew, and lo mein are hits, the best thing here is hidden in fine print on the menu—the “loco moco style” option on the hamburger steak entree. It’s an extra two dollars, but that’s a small price to pay for greatness in the form of a charred patty over soft white rice and topped with grilled onions, a runny egg, and brown gravy that floods the entire plate.

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