Bellevue has some amazing places to eat, whether you want to dine inside or order some takeout food to-go. Whenever I’m visiting Bellevue, I’m faced with the harrowing decision of what to eat. It’s only harrowing to me because I never know what’s out there, where are the best spots to go. I made this handy little cheat sheet for the next time I want to order some takeout from a Bellevue restaurant. I hope it will be helpful for you, too!

1.
Dough Zone Dumpling House

14625 NE 24th St #4B

This is a popular spot for handmade dumplings, including xiao long bao (soup dumplings), potstickers, and wontons.

2.
I Love Pho

3900 Factoria Blvd SE

Craving some Vietnamese food? Try their banh mi and pho.

3.
Señor Taco

14339 NE 20th St D

If you need some delicious Mexican food, this is a popular place in Federal Way that expanded to a location in Bellevue.

“We have six types of meats for our tacos, burritos, quesadillas and tortas, as well as fish for our tacos and burritos.” - Diana Gonzales, owner of Señor Taco

4.
Uwajimaya

699 120th Ave NE

 know what you’re thinking: Uwajimaya is a grocery store. Aha, but it is much more than that. They have food to-go! You can order sushi, tempura, ramen, and other Asian-Pacific Islander culinary delights.

5.
Monsoon

10245 Main St

Authentic Indian food in an upscale location is the best way to describe Monsoon. What’s your vice: Butter Chicken, Garlic Naan, flavorful saffron-infused basmati rice with a curry? There’s a whole lot more to order for takeout here.

6.
Duke's Seafood & Chowder

500 Bellevue Way NE Ste 212, Bellevue, WA 98004

How about some seafood takeout? This is a fine place in Bellevue to “eat, drink, relax.” It’s located on the second floor of the Lincoln Square shopping complex. It can get kind of packed, so ordering takeout might be a good idea if you’re starving for crab cakes and seafood, and not in the mood to wait for a table.

7.
Seastar Restaurant & Raw Bar

205 108th Ave NE

It’s too bad you can’t order their Happy Hour drinks to go, but you can at least check out the menu and order your favorite seafood, sushi rolls, Asian soups, deviled eggs, fried Brussel sprouts, truffle fries, and/or grilled asparagus to go.

8.
Cantinetta

10038 Main St, Bellevue, WA 98004

Italian food is one of my favorite things to eat for takeout orders. It’s hard to f**k up some pasta, am I right? They have Tagliatelle, ravioli, Pappardelle, Mafalde, risotto, and more. Ciao bello!

 

Sure, you could order takeout from one of the popular chain restaurants aplenty in Bellevue, but you would be missing out on these tasty locally-owned restaurants. Which one of these are you going to try next?

 

Report a typo or correction

Got a news tip? Email us here.

POPULAR STORIES TRENDING NOW:

50 Most Popular Chain Restaurants in America

YouGov investigated the most popular dining brands in the country, and Stacker compiled the list to give readers context on the findings. Read on to look through America's vast and divergent variety of restaurants—maybe you'll even find a favorite or two.

From coast to coast: The 20 best regional fast-food chains to try

From burgers to subs and even creamy milkshakes, these tasty fast-food chains, compiled by Stacker, are a must-try on your next road trip.