About Tulalip Bay at Tulalip Resort Casino
Marysville, WA 98271
Tulalip Bay is an exceptional restaurant which features a warm inviting elegant atmosphere, impeccable service and a truly unique dining experience that will tantalize your senses as well as tempt your palate. The Tulalip Bay Restaurant are proud recipients of the prestigious 2008 Dirona Award, 2008 Washington Wine Award of Distinction and The Wine Spectator Award of Excellence for 2007. Our intimate private dining room is showcased by a hand crafted chandelier from world renowned artist Dale Chihuly and over 500 Northwest and International wine selections chosen by our own Sommelier Tom Thompson.
Steakhouse, Italian, American
Hours of Operation:
Exit 200 off of I-5
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Located inside of the new 72 million dollar casino featuring Canoes Cabaret Night Club and Lounge.
Valet is free. Casino parking and public lot also available.
Private Party Facilities:
Sumptuous culinary artistry is impeccably presented in the most elegant of settings at Tulalip Bay. An open kitchen invites guests to feed their senses of sight and smell well before tasting sophisticated items that incorporate flavors of the islands with the finest Northwest ingredients.
Private Party Contact:
Matt Warren: (360) 716-1504
Banquet, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Fireplace, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Tulalip Bay at Tulalip Resort Casino Ratings and Reviews
Have been here years ago and the dinner and service was great, This time I ordered the lobster ravioli and it was good besides the POP of a brown liquid that ran out of it
( don't even know what that actually was) my husband ordered the sea bass and it was excellent, we added on king crab legs and that was soo disappointing!! Dry rubbery and couldn't even eat it, mentioned it to both the server and manager and they did nothing to rectify it, so due to that in it's self it really ruined the 200.00+ dinner for me a gal came by to ask if we wanted a box for it and she was shocked we said no, also they need to bring back the lobster bisque it used to be amazing and very popular and hard to find anymore around here. I would go back for that if they offered it.
We had valentines dinner, very busy, food was great, they ran out of other foods that were in the menu item. Really good food but portion are somewhat small for the price. Food are pricey. Customer service is great and staff are knowledgeable about the food in the menu. It's a nice place to go out for special occasions.
Food and Service was excellent
The waiter was extremely professional and friendly. My wife normally doesn't give 20 percent gratuity but on that night we did. Very pleasant dining experience. We have one request: My wife loves crab cakes but didn't order them because you place Cayenne Pepper in them. My wife is very sensitive to spices that burn the inside of her mouth and she doesn't like it. Please offer them without the spices that burn. Thank You.
Absolutely fabulous! Definitely pricey, so not every day dining for most folks, but all in all a decent value. Amazing food presentation, superior service, and nice ambience. Quiet, but restaurant was not full when we were there. Would definitely like smaller salad portion offerings; sometimes I would like a different salad than my husband but salads are so large we have to split one salad we both like. Also more fish/shellfish offerings would be nice for those who don't eat beef that often but whose husbands want steak!
It was disappointing. The appetizer choices were uninspired, so we passed. My husband got the 12oz filet, I got the 8oz filet. Both ordered medium rare. His arrived well done. The maitre d said they check the temperature in the kitchen. , but did nothing to correct a ruined $60 steak. There was a small 1" area inside that was medium. The rest zero pink. Mine was medium. No blood, no juices at all. My side of Brussels sprouts was cold and the sauce solidified.
My husband and I made last minute reservations after a steak craving hit. We shared a filet and the sea bass which were both very well prepared. A little finishing salt would have put the steak over the top but it was prepared exactly as I requested.
Alex, our server, was a delight as was his trainee and the manager who came to check on us briefly a couple times that evening.
The restaurant was a little more than we were looking for that evening but we will definitely return for another date night. The service was impeccable, although we went early on a Saturday evening and they weren't quite busy yet. That extra level of service will always win our business.
This was our 28th wedding anniversary and have been to the restaurant many times for our anniversary. Mostly exceptional on all accounts except for this time. We were seated and 30 minutes later we had a waiter stop by for our drink order, not your usual service! I believe the restaurant was under staffed. Our waiter was in and out of the large banquet room all evening and was rushed when he did get to our table. We were not impressed as we usually are with our dining experience. Sorry to say, we may not be back.
Food was as usual - exceptional.
My very expensive lobster had no flavor, and was under cooked. I sent it back, but it came back still not cooked. The very tiny piece of cheese that preceded the meal was probably unnecessary. The "potato" side dish was gray looking and didn't taste very good. I think for the price of over $180 for two people that didn't include alcoholic beverages was too much. My daughter is a food blogger and she urged me to write this review so that you will know that the food served at this fine restaurant is not consistent with the Tulalip Casino name. Our servers were excellent. Alicia Jackson
We've been going to this Resort for the past 4years for our Company Christmas Party .. and will continue to do so. Stay 2 nights and the second night is booked for Tulalip Bay Restaurant where we have our own dining and quiet night. Best service and steak I have ever had. Erin our server was nothing short of amazing and Tom the Wine Connoisseur was very informative, easy going and fun. Thank Tulalip and we will see you again next year with bells on! You never disappoint.
I lived in Reno for 7 years so I know that casino steakhouses are often hidden gems. That was exactly the case with TB. We went to celebrate my husband's birthday. I thought it was more expensive than one would expect but would have too say that the meal was nothing short of awesome. The steaks were cooked perfectly... Every dish well executed! The pine nut tart was one off the best desserts I've ever had! My birthday is next month... I already know where I want to go!
We visited the Tulalip Bay for dinner. We had reservations and were promptly seated. Our server was quickly tableside and we explained to her that we would be seeing a show and only had about an hour for dinner. She provided great service and helped expedite our order. We ordered the 8 oz filet and the Seabass. Both were perfectly cooked and seasoned. The chef even stopped by our table a couple of times to check on us. It was a great experience and I look forward to going back when not so pressed for time.
The food was amazing- we both had filet mignon and two sides. Wine was excellent as well. Service was fantastic- we felt welcome; servers were pleasant and made us laugh. Nice quiet dining room- you can dress up but don't have to. Definitely want to go back!
Wonderful evening for the seasoned foodie. Everything spot on. One little glitch, I ordered Chicken Caccatoire and it wasn't authentic...Delish but not what I was thinking it would be. The Server did warm me about the presentation. I tried it anyway and it was spectacular!
The ambiance and food were amazing... from the 24 month aged cheese to the rack of lamb to the rice pudding. They all brought your palate to life which was cleansed by the apple, mint, and cucumber sorbet. The servers were very helpful and made the experience over the top!
The Tulalip Bay restaurant is an absolutely excellent choice for a couple looking to celebrate a special occasion. Their food is incredible, if I had time to compliment the chef team as much as they deserve I would be there 24/7. The service was incredible, our waiter was knowledgeable, personable, and respectful. The atmosphere is wonderful too, it's a beautiful room with private booths and the kind of seclusion you look for when you're out on a special date.
For our sixth anniversary, we stayed at the Tulalip Resort and made reservations at a friend's recommendation for Tulalip Bay. The server, an 8-year staff member named Alex, made excellent recommendations to meet our dietary requirements. The staff also made a beautiful dessert plate with "Happy Anniversary" scripted in chocolate - delicious!
This restaurant has great food, but landed on my list of my top 5 bad service experiences. It was a Saturday night and we had reservations & had tickets to a show. It took them 12 minutes to seat us. It was as if it was opening night they were so disorganized. It took me asking 3 different staff members to get a glass of wine. It took my friend 2 different service staff to get a diet coke. Our waitress couldn't locate a wine menu for a good 10 minutes. AFTER we ordered she asked why we didn't order from the show menu (we were there for a show). She never even told us they had a show menu. They served us celery sorbet which is hands down the most disgusting dessert I have ever had. I had to repeatedly ask for new cutlery. Anyone good at their job knows to bring new cutlery after every course. I was embarrassed for this restaurant. I've been to dive bars that had better service. The food was actually good. The pairings were amateur, like someone cooked as a hobby not a profession. We left a generous tip in what I can only hope goes towards a uniform that actually fits and isn't 3 sizes too big. I really wanted this to be good. We are so used to Seattle and NYC restaurants, I had hope that somewhere not in a big city could be good. Do not eat here. Honestly, I wish I had gone to Olive Garden across the street first.
The service here was exemplary. We had a lot of attention from floor managers that was appreciated. Knowledge of wine list was excellent. Food was great too. I would go here again on a date. I do think there needs to be some improvements needed in the ventilation as the casino smoke does waffle in.
Ordered a 12 oz filet mignon medium rare. Waitress apologized that it was taking so long, explained it was a very thick cut. When it arrived the middle medium while the rest was well done. She took $20 off the bill to compensate as i didn't want to wait for a new one.
The food is OK, the service was great. It took too long to get our food. The Lobster ravioli was Luke warm, the asparagus was stringy and the prices are too high. There was nobody in the restaurant when we arrived at 5:30 and I do mean we were the only table, and it still took an hour to get our dinner. I think that is too long. There were only two other tables at 7:00 when we left on a Friday night, that says a lot about a restaurant. They need to rethink their business plan.
Very over priced for the quality. The lobster was pre-frozen as we're the prawns. The filet was just adequate. The first time I've been to a steakhouse that didn't offer baked potato, only mashed. My wife's rack of lamb was again just adequate. Our server was way too stuffy. I simply couldn't connect with her. Certainly the least impressive supposed high end steakhouse we've ever been to. Not even close to Ruth s Crists.
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