Flying Tomato Italian Grill

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  • 2/5 Star Rating.

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10224 198th Street East
Graham, WA 98338
(253) 875-0770

Credit Cards Accepted, Delivery, Full Bar, Kid-Friendly
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Reviewed by: Jake and Jason de Paul

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Flying Tomato Italian Grill serves gigantic portions that ensure Americans will continue to outweigh other citizens of the world. Casual and family friendly in appearance and menu options, median prices of $16 to $19 still may dictate dining here on special occasions only.

The flatbread with cambazola cheese may be the best $4.50 ever spent. Though the presentation seemed jankie, the taste was delicious.

11:30 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday-Thursday, 11:30 a.m.-10 p.m. Friday, noon-10 p.m. Saturday, noon-9 p.m. Sunday


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Ed Bridge said on Aug. 19, 2010 at 11:56am

At one time I was one of their best costomers. I would find myself in the restaurant 2 times a week sometimes. The people who worked there all knew me an what I wanted to order, it was a great place. But as time went on the portions got smaller, the prices got higner, and they changed the sauce not for the better. Once I had a coupon for pasta diner but I wanted a meatball. I told the person taking my order that I would pay for the meatball, she said she would have to talk to the owner. He came to our table an I told him what I want an that I would pay for the meatball. He said that I could not have the meatball because I was getting a good deal on the pasta. As time went on after that everytime we went in the people we knew were not there an the service started to go down hill. We stoped go in at one point, after about 2 months we went back to see if things got better. We knew no one in there, everyone was gone. We sat down to order. The bread came it was old, the butter was like a brick. We ordered a pizza. When ti came we first saw it was so thin you could see through it, then we tasted it. They had changed the sauce it was like opening at can of tomato past an putting it on the pizza it was nasty. We wish the owner good luck with his restaurant but we will not be back in. It is always a shame when a restaurant starts out so great an ends up so bad.

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