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Tai Tung Restaurant excels in Chinese cooking and enjoys a steady patronage of locals who rave about the various preparations here. The menu features crisp pot stickers that are a great start to the meal followed by pork and other entrees with a range of noodles and rice to choose from. The casual venue invites patrons to experience the magic of Chinese spices and condiments that are richly added to the dishes. The staff is welcoming and helpful. Service is also prompt and of top quality.
This spacious venue is cheery and casual, attracting a massive crowd of locals for its delicious dim sum and Chinese cuisine. The menu has a wide variety of offerings and features dishes like crispy honey walnut shrimp and the sticky rice. However, the dish to write home about is the dim sum that are piping hot and full of meat and other traditional assortments. The desserts too meet the standards, with specialties like the carrot cake.
There is something about dim sum that gets you hooked. The Harbor City Restaurant in Chinatown serves steaming hot plates of dim sum that are addictive and filling, recreating the magic that this delicacy weaves over those who eat it. Apart from this specialty, the restaurant also offers a host of delicious dishes like the honey walnut prawns and peking duck. For those craving for Chinese cuisine, this restaurant is a great option. The restaurant features take-away services as well.
Prefer your Chinese food more on the authentic side? Look no further than Chiang's Gourmet in Seattle. This versatile Chinese restaurant actually has two menus: one with dishes likely to be found in China, like "friend tofu of strong odor," and one with more Americanized dishes, like sweet and sour pork. The staff is multilingual, so whether you speak English, Mandarin or Cantonese, you can order a delicious meal in your mother tongue. With a casual atmosphere mixed with a dash of elegance, Chiang's Gourmet is perfect for dates, dinner parties or relaxing dinners with the family.
A family-run business, today the Fu family continues running Judy Fu's, which has an important place in Seattle's Chinese cuisine landscape. The noodles, literally shaved off a large dough column, are thick and savory. The noodles and specialties like peppered shrimp, clay hot pot, and mu-shu keep this converted house hopping. A dumpling chef works non-stop to fill orders for pot-stickers. The wait-staff is brisk and friendly.