Dona Queen Donuts & Deli
Address: 2445 4th Ave S #114, Seattle, WA 98134
Phone: (206) 622-5127
Menu: View Online
What Time Does Dona Queen Donuts & Deli Open?
Saturday,: 5AM to 2PM
Monday,: 4AM to 3PM
Tuesday,: 4AM to 3PM
Wednesday,: 4AM to 3PM
Thursday,: 4AM to 3PM
Friday,: 4AM to 3PM
Dona Queen Donuts & Deli Reviews
I just received my Door Dash order from them. The pigs in a blanket are so good and so are the glazed donuts. Everything tastes so fresh and delicious. The packaging was amazing. They even gave me an extra donut ❤️
Came here on a whim because of the 4.5 star rating and left with a dozen 5 star donuts! The location is a little sketch cause Sodo district but don’t let that detour you from this delicious hole in the wall. My true donut shop testament is how they do their apple fritters. Idk if it’s just been a awhile but this was the best fritter I’ve ever had. The other donuts look basic but my coworkers raves about the taste and texture. So glad I made this stop. Also, the box is pretty awesome and makes me happy.
Love trying new donut places. Went here on a whim. Apple fritter was great and definitely a top 5 in my book. Crunchy on the outside but soft in the middle, plus a little extra cinnamon flavor. Bacon maple bar was delicious! Buttery, soft and perfectly cooked bacon crumbles! Will definitely keep this is my rotation of donut shops. Love supporting local.
Best donuts in Seattle. Period.
I think they recent changed owners but the donuts are still so fluffy. The must try is the Sugar Twists, it’s light and kinda stretchy? I’m not good with texture descriptions- trust me it’s good.
On most days I see they usually run out by 10/11 so you really have to be early
Amazing fresh donuts. If you like fluffy donuts then this is the best in the city that I’ve tried. Also have an extensive breakfast sandwich menu and lunch menu. I tried the garlic chicken for lunch and it was very tasty and reasonably priced
The doughnuts are delicious and the shrimp fried was good too.
REALLY GOOD DONUTS. The glaze is perfect, the dough is somehow sweet but not too sweet, almost like French toast. Lots of places to sit with eclectic swing chairs at the tables. This place is very calm, but the donuts are fire!
Unbelievably light raised doughnuts beyond perfection…compared to the Doughnut of the Year winner I was fortunate to experience about 9 years ago. The place is so unimpressive and nondescript. I only stopped out of coffee desperation and weakened for a doughnut from which I only expected over-sweetened gluten. I was shocked at the airy fluffiness of the raised doughnut I selected. I couldn’t believe it was real. I returned a week later and got two. Same marvelous experience. I asked where they got their doughnuts and the old guy said they “Make here.” Still dubious I returned a third time and tripled my happy experimentation. Weeks later after too much exclamation to the housemates, I brought a dozen home for their assessment. Doughnut glory confirmed and all agreed with my praise. However…
We’re all out of luck until they finish renovations (see attached pic). No reopening date was posted. Worth the wait 🙂
Good donuts in a city with lots of good donuts, but they didn’t stand out to me. I tried the apple fritter (pretty good / non-greasy, but very sweet), buttermilk bar (better level of sweetness, but less flavor than fritter), and plain old fashioned (fine, but not impressive).
Also tried the spicy pork bolgogi, which was quite tasty (if a bit heavy on rice). I liked that the mayo-based salad dressing was not over-sweet.
Wouldn’t mind stopping by again if I’m in the neighborhood, but don’t see myself making a special trip.
Note that I didn’t try a raised donut, so if I do go back, I’ll want to do that.
Donuts were soooooo sooo good….. Light and fluffy and cooked perfectly