Mount & Bao, a new Chinese restaurant in Lake City, is ready to join Din Tai Fung and Dough Zone as one of our go-to places for dumplings in the city. Their perfectly-seasoned wontons in chili oil have a nice kick, and the dry-fried garlicky green beans put Din Tai Fung’s to shame. While the service is on the slower side (as in, wait-10-minutes-before-getting-water slow), your patience is rewarded with kimchi beef potstickers (the best things here), carrot bao, hand-pulled noodles, and pork soup dumplings filled with a rich and thick broth.
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New Luck Toy
New Luck Toy is a great bar in West Seattle with skee-ball, karaoke, tiki drinks, an explosion of decorations, and incredible Chinese food.
Kau Kau Barbeque Market
KauKau BBQ Market is not the prettiest Chinese restaurant, but it’s definitely one of the best in the International District.
This Sichuan spot in Queen Anne has great noodles, rice cakes, vegetables, and especially good dumplings in black vinegar and chile oil.
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Dough Zone Dumpling House
Dough Zone Dumpling House is a great spot for Chinese dumplings and noodles in the International District.
Din Tai Fung Dumpling House
Din Tai Fung is a popular dumpling empire that originated in Taiwan and is now Downtown. Good luck getting a table.
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