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Tokyo Steak House guests dine grill side experiencing the authentic cooking skills of our talented chefs who juggle hot flames and sharp knives while artistically create a delicious meal for their guests. Our guests relish in the aroma of our special herbs and seasonings and enjoy a completed meal fresh off the grill.
At Tokyo Steak House we serve only the highest quality product and strive to give the best service possible.
We strive to provide exemplary service each and every visit for our guests. We invite you to our restaurant, where you will find a combination of an eclectic, rustic atmosphere that captures the best of European cuisine with a Latin American flair.
Our mission is to create something memorable with every dish we present our guests. And with every delectable plate,
we will deliver a superior service making us a stand-alone restaurant in our neighborhood.
We love our friends and neighbors from NE Tacoma, Brown’s Point and Federal Way that frequently drop by for a delicious weekday meal or for leisurely weekend dining.
We also enjoy the regular visits from our friends in Oregon and others on their travels throughout the Seattle-Metro area.
- Bbaga08Seattle / Eastern Washington •8 reviews4.0Dined on Jun 19, 2023Our server was attentive and friendly. When our grill plated needed to be changed, they came quickly. We favored the marinated meats and banchan was delicious. We had dinner reservations for 5 on Father's Day. We knew it would be busy, but we still had to wait about 20 minutes for a table to be ready.More infoPalace Korean BBQ - Federal WayPrice: Moderate• Korean• Federal Way•4.5
- HTHappyTummySeattle / Eastern Washington •20 reviews5.0Dined on Jun 18, 2023Excellent service , great food portions! We had priority seating so our wait was less than 15 minutes ! The watermark martini is yummy!More infoRed Lobster - Federal WayPrice: Moderate• Seafood• Federal Way•4
- AAlbertSeattle / Eastern Washington •3 reviews4.0Dined on Jan 2, 2023I will return for the good food and pleasant atmosphere. I was a bit disturbed that there was no place to put our coats and they didn’t seemed to care. Placing them in an open booth and then having to move them when the booth is needed isn’t a solution. How about a coat rack?More infoMama Stortini's - Federal WayPrice: Moderate• American• Federal Way•4.5
- NHNancyHSeattle / Eastern Washington •2 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 2, 2023Our waiter was amazing. He went above and beyond to make sure we enjoyed our visit. The food was delicious and plentiful.More infoBlack Angus Steakhouse - Federal WayPrice: Moderate• Steakhouse• Federal Way•4.6
- Kkatrat86Seattle / Eastern Washington •3 reviews4.0Dined on Dec 26, 2022Great family spot. Accommodating, friendly, and pleasant staff. Standard buffet fare food. Decent selection. Nice clean place. Well maintained. The location is easily found and accessed with readily available parking. Solid choice.More infoGolden SpoonPrice: Moderate• All you can eat/Buffet• Federal Way•2
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Thanks to ample access to the Puget Sound of Washington and close proximity to Tacoma and Seattle, Federal Way has a lot to offer in the way of restaurants. Seattle is known for its coffee, and there are a lot of cafes in Federal Way, too. Plenty of restaurants serve traditional steaks and burgers, but there is also variety if you want to try something different. Perhaps you’re in the mood for pizza or you want to try a Greek gyro. Maybe, you want Thai, Japanese, or Mongolian food. All of these options are available. Of course, what Federal Way (and Washington) is really known for is its seafood. Many of the restaurants also provide patrons with fresh salmon, halibut, oysters, Dungeness crab, and spot prawns when in season.
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