Address: 27237 172nd Ave SE #109, Covington, WA 98042
Phone: (253) 220-8007
Menu: View Online
What Time Does Legendary Doughnuts Open?
Saturday,: 5AM to 7PM
Sunday,: 5AM to 6PM
Monday,: 5AM to 6PM
Tuesday,: 5AM to 6PM
Wednesday,: 5AM to 6PM
Thursday,: 5AM to 6PM
Friday,: 5AM to 7PM
Legendary Doughnuts Reviews
Master Maggie Li
Great selection and service. Not busy on a weekday afternoon. My favorites are cinnamon roll topped with cream cheese and raspberry (custom creations!) and the cannoli. Espresso combo is a great deal
The name says it all. This isn’t your grandpa’s doughnut shop. This is a modern day in excess doughnut experience. Bring some home for the grandkids and let them get crazy about Legendary Doughnuts.
Been craving a Salted Caramel Doughsant for awhile. Finally got to stop in again. Kiddo got the Tinkerbell. I also got an iced mocha. All was yum, although the kiddo after eating half of his said it was too sweet.
Wow, these doughnuts are a must try! They are the best I have had in years. The staff is friendly and helpful. The chocolate and maple bars are huge and delicious. We also got a french toast and a Conan the barbarian. They were all fantastic!
Its not bad, but not great. The donuts are pretty plain tasting and some of them are way too sweet. Every donut place has maple bars with bacon and simpsons donuts. I wish they would change their lineup on the racks once in awhile and do new things. Half of the menu on the website is never available at the location.
They do look impressive, but taste very similar to any normal grocery store doughnut. Not worth 4x the price, in my opinion. I also dislike they have gone “cashless” yet still charge a credit card fee. A more honest approach would be to simply increase their prices.
Crumbl never disappoints! They have amazing flavors in unique varieties weekly. Their cookies are huge! They’re also always super soft and served chilled or warmed. Highly recommend.
The donuts look amazing. But in reality you can get better pastries from Walmart. The gimmick here is that the donuts are giant. They are only mediocre at best however
I was told there was a donut shop in covington that had doggie donuts and just in time for Jaspers 2nd birthday! The stack looked like a cake and we shared at the dog park. Went back 2 weeks later and the giant French toast one was so yummy and still soft and fluffy 4 days later when i finally finished it. Pricey for a donut? No. Starbucks charges the same for a stale cakepop. Im truly surprised they aren’t more expensive.
This was an interesting experience to say the least. Staff was not friendly or helpful to a first timer. Nothing even looked appetizing and everything was outrageously large and way too expensive and no cash payments. So we paid 20$ for 5 doughnuts. Very disappointed.