Who's Getting Reviewed This Week?

At the Times, Lynn Jacobson enjoys the classic comfort food at Angelo's Ristorante in Burien, while Providence Cicero shows some love to Plaka Estiatorio for showing some love to all their customers.

At the Stranger, David Schmader visits Ballard's new hipster convenience store, Snacks!, and copies down the customer request list. We agree: It's not a bodega without Funyuns.

In her full review, Kathryn Robinson at Seattle Met magazine bows in honor to Long Provincial Vietnamese, and in her blog, seems to agree with me about the new chef's food at the Hunt Club.

Hillel Cooperman of Tasting Menu/the paperless P-I gives the thumbs-up to the vanilla and chocolate at Old School Frozen Custard in Capitol Hill. The special flavors? Not so much.

Herbivoracious rates the vegetarian options at Marination Mobile, the new Hawaiian-Korean taco truck. I was going to make some crack about how tofu tacos are da kine grub, but I realized I actually know nothing about Hawaiian slang, so I'm going to back down gracefully.

At Gastrolust, Jay Friedman visits the northern Seattle Home Depot and walks away with tripe and cheek tacos from El Camion.

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