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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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Sichuan Street Food Spices Up Mount Baker

Sia Zhang and Alison Deng are trying to spice things up in Mount Baker. As owner and manager, respectively, of the newly opened Little Chengdu, they are bringing the heat to an area otherwise known for cool and crisp Vietnamese food. In fact, their location…
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Look for Lao dishes at Viengthong

You might come to Viengthong for Thai food, but you'll come back for the Lao dishes.
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Sweet and Spicy in Lake City

Presenting two very different restaurants guaranteed to stimulate your taste buds.
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Soma Brings Soba Back to Seattle at Kamonegi

Buckwheat noodles, much of it grown in our own backyard, is making a splash at this new restaurant.
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Dough Zone Brings Dumplings and More to the International District

Dough Zone’s xiao long bao, a must-order, are as good as the ones at Din Tai Fung. They’re just as delicate, and they actually have more of the tell-tale droop that comes from the hot soup inside.
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