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Bamboo Village

Right near that grazillion-way stoplight where Wallingford meets Green Lake at 50th, Bamboo Village serves dim sum every day as well as Cantonese and Mandarin d...


Chiang's Gourmet

Chiang’s has four menus: an Americanized Chinese menu, with all the usual suspects; a traditional Chinese menu, full of authentic dishes that you probably didn’...


Dim Sum House

The dim sum at this small, nondescript Beacon Hill spot is cooked to order instead of from carts, which might be less fun, but they make it quick and it comes o...


Dim Sum King

Located within the historic Bush Hotel, this king of dim sum is super: cheap, order at the counter with a handful of tables, and reportedly decent. A city needs...


Duk Li Dim Sum

Duk Li does not make the best dim sum in Seattle—that you will find at Jade Garden and Monsoon (the latter is more expensive, but a thousand percent less franti...


Foo Lam

Foo Lam serves excellent dim sum daily. I especially love the deep-fried taro nests—crunchy, frizzled outer shells that split open to reveal a custardy, lavende...


Four Seas Restaurant

This large but sparsely populated I.D. restaurant gets middling reviews for its dim sum and American-style Chinese.


Harbor City

To love a roasted duck is to also love the way the Chinese cut their meat: with a bold rhythm and a democratic method. Every section receives the same swift cho...


Henry's Taiwan Plus

The stinky tofu is just as stinky (and delicious) here as at Rocking Wok, both owned by the Henry of the restaurant's name. Come for the tofu, stay for the frie...


Honey Court

Dim sum and seafood place open until the wee hours, serving goods like shumai, entire lobsters, sizzling rice soup, and salt-and-pepper squid.


Hong Kong Bistro

A Chinese restaurant with dim sum, pan-fried noodles, and hot pots. Try the lobster over sticky rice and a mango freeze smoothie--better than any bubble tea you...


House of Hong

Dim sum joint also featuring a stage where performances are put on during major events and holidays.


Jade Garden

Some say Jade Garden makes Seattle’s best dim sum, and they just might be right. It’s big and bright and loud and always crowded—expect to wait on weekends at b...


Joy Palace

Some claim that the dim sum at cavernous Joy Palace is the best in Seattle, rivaling Jade Garden; it's at least easier to get a table at weekend brunchtime....


Macky's Dim Sum

Macky Wong and Sonny, her husband, ran China Gate in the I.D. for two decades—they sold it in 2008, and it has since closed. Then they ran Vegetarian Bistro—als...


Mings Chinese Restaurant


Noble Court Restaurant

Some say Noble Court's dim sum is great; others, predictably, say it's just pretty good for the area, maybe not necessarily better than, say, Jade Garden in Sea...


Northwest Tofu

Besides making tofu and soy milk in-house, Northwest Tofu serves very good dim sum—cooked to order instead of off a cart—in their small dining room every day. Y...


Ocean Star

Formerly Sun Ya, Ocean Star carries on the delicious tradition of dim sum and good Chinese food, offering classics such as walnut shrimp, egg tarts, and fresh l...


Ping's Dumpling House

Our friend Erika, who is a legit China scholar and has lived over there for longish stretches and also is a great cook of Chinese food herself, says, "I am a bi...


Purple Dot Cafe

Well-loved dim sum spot serving up the classics. Try the black pepper steak with rice or the baked spaghetti.


Top Gun

Some say Top Gun's dim sum is great; others, predictably, say it's just pretty good for the area, maybe not necessarily better than, say, Jade Garden in Seattle...


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