Arlington is popular for its recreational and sports attractions. However, are you aware that it has a very cool food scene? The locals use a lot of different ingredients and follow interesting cooking traditions that will make us salivate. Planning a trip to Arlington? Book a room with Angels of the Winds Casino resort where is no end to entertainment.
Apart from keeping yourself entertained with the in-house casino, concerts and bowling it houses the best restaurants in Arlington, WA. It is a one-stop destination to get a taste of the best steaks in town, Southeast Asian cuisine, sophisticated buffets, burgers, brewery etc. If you are foodie do plan your trip around the Taste of Arlington festival.
It is an annual music and food festival where you’ll get to taste the best dishes Arlington offers in one place. With over 50 food stalls put up by the best restaurants in town, you are guaranteed to find a new favorite.
Top dishes to try:
- Mala Tang: It is a common Chinese street food. It is a hot spicy soup with skewered vegetables and meat with its key ingredient being the mala sauce. Start your quest for great food with this appetizer.
- Nitro Cold Brew Coffee: The nitrogen charged cold brew coffee is a cold coffee topped with tiny nitrogen bubbles. It is creamy with a super-smooth taste.
- Pork Bao Buns: This Cantonese style barbecue pork-filled buns is one of the popular street foods in Thailand. These fluffy Asian sandwiches with a sweet/ savory filling deserve way more attention.
- Reuben rolls: Made with corned beef, sauerkraut and cheese, these rolls are deep-fried until the perfect golden color is achieved.
- Peruvian rotisserie chicken: This delicious blackened chicken has its roots in Peru. It is incredibly juicy and has a flavorful crispy crust. The spice rub used elevates the taste.
- Tostadas de Tinga: The yummy Mexican dish’s primary flavor ingredient is chipotle chili. The dish is made from shredded chicken, sautéed onions and chipotle sauce topped on a crispy tostada.
- Beef flauta: Flautas originated in Mexico. It is basically deep-fried tortillas with shredded beef filling.
- Etoufee: It is a spicy delight with crawfish or shrimp in it. This stew is served over rice.
- Lobster ravioli: This one if for Italian food enthusiasts. It is lobster-stuffed ravioli in a pancetta cream sauce.
Mark your calendar and head off to Arlington to taste mouth-watering dishes. Eat to your heart’s content.