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Are Din Tai Fung’s Soup Dumplings Worth the Wait?

Please make xiao long bao that leaves me breathless, not brothless.

Building an Eating Itinerary: Chicago as a Case Study

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Eight Great Bowls of Ramen to Slurp in Tokyo

I once read that there are over 20,000 ramen restaurants in Tokyo. ...

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Recommended Asian Restaurants in the Seattle Area: Master List

Here's a compilation of links to lists of my favorite Asian restaurants broken down into different categories.
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Bun Bo Hue Offers Bounty in a Bowl at Ba Bar and Hoang Lan

Get to know the hotter, sexier, spicier Vietnamese noodle soup, and you just might pho-get about pho.
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Feast with Aloha Spirit at Kauai Family Restaurant

Find loco moco, spam musubi, malasadas, and many other Hawaiian staples at KFR in Seattle's Georgetown neighborhood.
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Himalayan Sherpa House is a Trek to Savor

Tangletown is home to a family-style restaurant with a Tandoor oven, the showpiece of a kitchen that cranks out Tibetan, Nepali, and Indian dishes.
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QQ Bites Offers Mouthfuls of Taiwanese Cuisine

This sister restaurant of the Eastside's Facing East offers the same Taiwanese beef noodle soup, pork burgers, and more, but without the same service and atmosphere.
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Lao Bar Brings Its Bang Bang Sauce and Sizzle to Capitol Hill

There’s now a new player in town serving Lao food as an alternative to the ubiquitous Thai restaurants in Seattle.
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Turo-Turo Dining at Manila Manila

Turo-turo roughly translates to “point-point,” and that’s what you can do to order kare-kare and more at this true mom-and-pop shop.
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Dumplings Are for the Mouth and Ears at Jiaozi

Eating dumplings can also be critically important, as there’s belief in China that if you don’t have jiaozi in winter, you’ll have ear pain.
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Queen’s Deli in White Center: Khmer and Eat

Considering the closure of Phnom Penh in the International District, this is now the place to go for Cambodian food in Seattle (or, technically, White Center).
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One Pot Serves Up Korean Stews in the I.D.

One Pot wants to distinguishes itself from the hot-pot wave .
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