Letter to the editor: Family Pancake House – it’s what’s for dinner


We live on the lower west side of Mountlake Terrace. When we don’t know what we want for supper, we go to the Family Pancake House at 23725 Highway 99. We take the back way, west on 238th Place off of 76th, meander to 238th Street and access their parking lot off of 238th, behind the old 7-11.

They have a full menu, from reuben sandwiches to cobb salads to liver and onions. Breakfast is served all day. Prime rib with a glass of merlot on Saturday night. And pumpkin pancakes in October.

So, when you ask yourself “what’s for dinner?” now you know the answer.

Dale and Helen Jeremiah
Mountlake Terrace

  1. Family Pancake is a treasure!! Wonderful front room staff … and the kitchen staff is extremely hard working to please us chow hounds. It is helpful if you can TIP IN CASH.

  2. My parents, who passed in the past few years due to age related illness (85 mom, 87 dad), loved this restaurant. We spent many times there; you may remember with Russ “Burnt bacon, please.” And my mom (Alta) who loved strawberry waffles. Your staff is kind, helpful, amazingly patient, and very appreciated. Thank you all for so much love and respect you gave my parents for years. You might not recall them (Mr and Mrs Olson), but they sure loved all of you. Thanks for the great memories.

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