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663 Bistro

663 Bistro might not have a perfect health department record, but many Seattleites, including chef Tom Douglas, love the authentic Cantonese fare, especially th...


8 - Asian Cuisine

This place inside the Muckleshoot Casino says, "The number 8 is a symbol of luck and wealth in many Asian cultures; our restaurant 8, is Asian cuisine defined....


A Piece of Cake

APOC serves cake, pastries, and Chinese bakery items. They have a 35-cent surcharge for credit cards.


Asian 1

Asian 1's mission is healthy Asian food made with high-quality ingredients. This is the fourth Asian 1 in Washington; another branch was named the best Thai res...


Ba Bar

You can get yourself fed—with the one of the city’s best bowls of pho, no less—from the morning till the wee hours at this stylish Vietnamese mini-chain, with l...

Happy Hour: Mon-Fri 3-6 pm; Sat-Sun 3-5 pm.


Ba Bar

You can get yourself fed—with the one of the city’s best bowls of pho, no less—from the morning till the wee hours at this stylish Vietnamese mini-chain, with l...

Happy Hour: Daily 3-6 pm, 10 pm-1:30 am.


Ba Bar

You can get yourself fed—with the one of the city’s best bowls of pho, no less—from the morning till the wee hours at this stylish Vietnamese mini-chain, with l...

Happy Hour: Mon-Fri 3-6 pm; Sat-Sun 3-5 pm.


Bamboo Garden

Bamboo Garden is heaven on earth for vegetarians/vegans when the craving for Chinese food hits. Every "meat" entrée on the menu (more than 100 [!] selections),...


Bamboo Garden Sichuan Restaurant


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...


Baron's Xi'an Kitchen & Bar

Michelin-starred chef Hanqing Yuan offers a modern interpretation of traditional Chinese dishes.


Black Bamboo

Where dive-bar-supreme Kelly's used to be, Black Bamboo makes Chinese food that is reportedly pretty good.


Black Pearl


Boiling Point

Boiling Point's selling point is its update of hot pot dining, which traditionally requires a group of people to cook on a tabletop burner. Here, instead, you c...


Buck's Teriyaki Wok

Japanese and Chinese restaurant serving the classics: fried rice, yakisoba, gyoza, tonkatsu and teriyaki. Get the Mongolian Beef--we hear it's good.


Café O'Dessert

Kelly Liang’s casual café on the Ave does a brisk business on weekend nights, when UW students and other fans of Hong Kong–style desserts stop by for her shaved...


Canton Wonton House

A less-than-no-frills but friendly ID soup spot, Canton Wonton House specializes in homemade dumplings, with a nice long list of noodle soups and congees, all p...


Charlala Hong Kong Cafe and Hair Studio

This combination restaurant and hair salon offers a menu with soups, noodles, sandwiches, rice plates, and entrees, including kimchi fried rice, chicken wings,...


Chen's Village

Chinese food with mixed reviews in Queen Anne.


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’...


China First


China Harbor

Attached to one of the largest Chinese Restaurants in Seattle, the kitschy bar and dance club draws crowds on the weekends.


Chinoise Cafe


Chungee's Drink 'n Eat

“Chungee” means “stupid pig” in Cantonese, but you are not the stupid pig at Chungee’s Drink ’n Eat. Note the possessive: As busy owner Wen Long puts it, “We ar...

Happy Hour: Daily 4-6 pm.


Country Dough

A meal at Cheng Biao Yang’s tiny sliver of Pike Place Market involves a cascading set of choices. Do you want a crunchy grilled flatbread sandwich? Or the thick...


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...


Din Tai Fung


Din Tai Fung


Dough Zone Dumpling House

This beloved chain is famous for its dumplings, soups, and xiao long bao, jian bun, and dan dan noodles.

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