Sun’s food critic gives Four Swallows high marks

The recent closing of Madoka, that pan-Asian fine dining establishment on the west end of Winslow Way, was “a sad blow for Bainbridge gastronomy,” writes Kitsap Sun food critic Bernard Jacobson in his most recent review.

Fortunately, the island has at least one other place on par with Madoka. Four Swallows, a restaurant combining Italian methods with Northwest ingredients, serves up dishes that are “superbly cooked and quite delicious” Jacobson writes. He also likes the setting, a 120-year-old house built by one of Winslow’s founders.

For Jacobson’s full Four Swallows review, click here.

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