A local downtown Edmonds restaurant that serves breakfast and lunch. Portions are large, exceptionally prepared, decent price, good ambience.
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Rusty pelican is a good place to eat for breakfast and lunch. The special are very enjoying. The servers and very attentive and the food ( especially the potatoes, biscuits and drinks) is amazing. The seating is good and you have a lot of space...More
Our family of 6 had lunch here and all were very satisfied with our food. A really good menu selection of sandwiches, salads, breakfast items, and some entrees. Food was very good. The server was extremely accommodating to requests. It was crowded on a Saturday...More
With a vast menu that will allow anyone in your party to find something they would love, this is a wonderful restaurant in the heart of downtown Edmonds and a short walk from the beach! From Mexican omelettes with homemade salsa & guacamole, to chicken...More
I had lunch here with a friend after visiting the farmers market. We sat outside and enjoyed excellent service. The food was very good and the portions were generous. I had the chicken gyro and my friend ordered a club sandwich that looked delicious. I'd...More
Large menu with lots of choices. Most of the pancake/crepe options seem to be loaded with sugar. I took the waitress' suggestion for the coffee special of the day. $7.25 for a coffee with some vanilla creamer in it seems a little crazy to me....More
Decided to check out a nearby breakfast spot and came across Rusty Pelican Cafe. First off best service ever! Andrew was funny, easy going, and explained about all the goodies with flair yet laid back manner. The food is outstanding! Cinnamon Walnut coffee cake did...More
I went there with a friend for brunch recently and really liked it. The decor is very special and it is a charming place. It is crowded and they do not take reservations so on the weekend there is a slight wait, but it just...More
The waiters and waitresses are very friendly, efficient and helpful. The menu choice is good as is the food. The Rusty Pelican is very family friendly.
Rusty Pelican is good, not great, breakfast place. Some dishes better than others. Enjoyed the omelets, but eggs benedict hollandaise sauce tastes like the kind made from a mix, not house made. Overall would consider it an "all right" breakfast place but not for entertaining...More