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06/07/2011Provided by Citysearch
Ok, seriously, how could a Krispy Kreme experience go bad. Unless you somehow manage to miss your mouth or accidentally hurl it across the room because of all the excitement.
07/28/2008Provided by Citysearch
Krispy Kreme donuts are competitive in taste, but not in price. To save face they cannot lower their prices, now that the rave over their donuts has subsided in this region--but hopefully they won't raise them too. This chain is still unique in that they sell nostalgic toys to commemorate an era and the esthetics of their donut shop surpasses their competition. Known for their glazed donuts, these are still mouth-watering and still worth the addition to your dozen. One thing they could definitely improve on, is their lack of friendliness at the Drive Thru window. I get a more cheery reception at a McD's drive thru.
03/14/2008Provided by Citysearch
If you ever feel the need for a late night snack head over to Krispy Kreme and get a dozen of the original glazed donuts. Then pick up a gallon of milk to help wash them down. My daughter loves to watch them making the donuts, great place to take the kids.
03/28/2007Provided by Citysearch
Remember the hype surrounding Krispy Kreme's entry into the Seattle area? This Issaquah doughnut shop was fast the most popular place in town. There were lines out of the drive-thru such that police were there and the place was coned off to direct traffic and inside there were lines wrapping all over the place. Now, admittedly, standing in the shop watching the doughnuts get made and iced is really interesting, but apparently this shop was not quite worth the hype after all. The doughnuts are pretty good. I don't think they're really outstanding. A warm original glazed doughnut is pretty good and nearly melts in your mouth, but meh... They're ok. The lines are all gone and there's plenty of other Krispy Kremes in the Seattle area so eat up if you like doughnuts, or better yet, visit Top P0t.
01/05/2007Provided by Citysearch
Leave the doughnuts alone! Be angry at the people who tag our streets and rip off our community. They're just donuts! I'm sure everyone has their favorite. You don't go to K.K. for Maple Bars or Apple Friter's! You go for the experience of watching the dounts being made. The Flipper, Waterfall of Glaze and the smell of Fresh, Hot, Sugarery Delights. I bring my day care kids there for an extra special treat. They love it! Ask ahead of time and they will give you a one on one tour with your group. How cool! Where else can you go and do that? So don't hate....enjoy! We go to the Krispy Kreme in Industry, Calif. They have always been nice and it is always clean.
10/25/2006Provided by Citysearch
the coffee still doesn't do it for me since i became a seattle coffee snob...however...the donuts always deliver. be sure to time your trips with the 'hot donuts now' sign....you will be in heaven!
03/21/2006Provided by Citysearch
Partially hydrogenated oils stay in your body for six weeks. We have known this as a society for over 20 years now. Yet KK still uses them in their doughnuts. That should tell you how they feel about their customers-they only care about the profits. Quality is NOT important at this establishment.
08/23/2003Provided by Citysearch
they have the best glazed donuts I have ever eaten. hands down the best. these dounts are so good it's hard to describe in words. trust me on this one. Krispy Kreme is no longer a secret so this info isn't really groundbreaking. but do yourself a favor and try their donuts. I also enjoy their Iced Coffee
04/10/2003Provided by Citysearch
Perhaps the most overrated place in town. I really can't understand how absolutely nuts people in the West go over Krispy Kreme. Their donuts are mediocre but the hype is downright nauseating! All I can say is that Krispy Kreme seems to have had one of the most successful marketting campaigns in recent history -- manufacturing a sensation from mediocre donuts. I'd rather go to my local donut shop down on Rainier, or Top Pot on Capitol Hill or the crazy little donut stand in Pike Market.
02/10/2003Provided by Citysearch
KK is a different breed of donut - lovingly wrapped in an icing ascot, flaunting their deliciousness to the Dunkin' Donus set. These are not supermarket donuts. They're best when hot. You'll usually get a free one in line.
The retro feel is great. Their interior designers and architects did a bang up job. Bring the kids inside to oogle the donutted conveyor belt through the glass and watch these beauties be created before your eyes. Or swing through the drive-thru on your way to the gym.
02/08/2003Provided by Citysearch
I was very disappointed by my first encounters with Krispy Kreme Doughnuts. I was not impressed. I have to think thatpeople are buying into the myth, not buying the product. I have had doughnuts of comparable quality from my local Safeway.
01/09/2003Provided by Citysearch
Now I enjoy a donut just as much as the next Seattlite, but honestly, can you call this a donut. The ever-popular Krispy Kreme donut has invaded the Pacific Northwest. I cannot imagine why in this highly competitive day-in-age, a company can survive while making such a crappy product. The donut that this company puts forth has no structure (it flops right over in your hand), horrible taste (I became naucious), and I had to drive to frikin' Issaquah to taste it. No offense to those in Issaquah, but living in Federal Way, I was expecting a little more for the trip up there. Anyways, I'll stick to my south Sound donuts and hopefully you guys up north get it right before I make another trip.
01/05/2003Provided by Citysearch
I don't see what the heck the big hype is on these Krispy Kreme disasters... I can go down to Safeway and get a better doughnut!! To me these are tastless, greasy morsles!!
12/25/2002Provided by Citysearch
While you're scratching your head and trying to figure out what the big hype is about--- consider this: these same polls say Dick's has the best hamburgers, Pizza Hut has the best pizza, and the Old Spaghetti Factory has great food. Almost ANY mom-and-pop donut store in California has better donuts than this (no, I'm not from California). I grew up in the South, ate these for years. Everyone there knows the only time to eat these is at 3am when you're full of beer. Any other time, they're so full of fat and sugar, they'll make you hurl.
Kripy Kreme's are the only doughnut worth driving 40 miles out of my way to buy.
My comment on every single other doughnut is ""Well, it ain't bad, but's it's no Krispy Kreme!"".
12/06/2002Provided by Citysearch
a Krispy Kreme doughnut is a undercooked piece of dough that would have been better used for playdough. There is nothing about them that is appealing. over priced undercooked ball of mush
More Business Info
- Regular Hours
Mon - Thu: Fri - Sat: Sun:
- Krispy Kreme
- Payment method
- amex, master card, visa, discover, cash
- Price Range
- North Issaquah
- Donut Shops, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch Restaurants, Restaurants
- Other Information
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Good For Family: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Donuts, Fast Food, Dessert, Ice Cream, Diner, Cafe, Pastries
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Below Average
Good for Kids: Yes