Tag Archives: Sichuanese Cuisine

8 Great Restaurants at an Intersection in Little Saigon

Though this just scratches the surface of what’s in the area, here are eight of my favorite places at the corner of 12th and Jackson.
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East Meets Eastside: A complete guide to Bellevue Chinese restaurants for the Lunar New Year

For years, Seattleites in the know have traveled across Lake Washington to Bellevue for its better Chinese food. That is changing. But for now, here are some of the best dishes to try in Bellevue.
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Hot for Hot Pot

The most important ingredients: the family and friends who join you to enjoy the cooking process and the company.
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8 Best Sichuanese Restaurants in Seattle

I count eight Sichuanese-specific restaurants in the Seattle area. After extensive research, i.e. mouth-burning sessions, here's information about all of them, starting with my ranking of the top three.
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8 Great Pan-Fried Dumplings You Should Eat in Seattle

Who doesn't love dumplings? They come in all types of international styles, and seem so tempting on the plate, like sculpted purses holding hidden treasures. Here are some of Seattle's best.
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The Mein Man: Sichuanese Cuisine, Glass Noodles, and Ants Marching

Dish: Ants on the Tree Place: Sichuanese Cuisine, International District Price: $6.95 On the plate: Per the menu: “Stir-fried vermicelli noodles with ground pork, green onions.” Supporting cast/What to do: Last time I ate these noodles at Sichuanese Cuisine, I asked for them to be…
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