26 "Chinese" Restaurants in Seattle.
Hangry Panda is a Greenwood restaurant that serves delicious teriyaki, Taiwanese street food, and bubble tea.
Chengdu Taste is a Szechuan restaurant that originated in SoCal and opened its first Seattle location 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.
Dumpling The Noodle is a Chinese spot in Wallingford that serves great vegan potstickers.
Mount & Bao is a Chinese restaurant in Lake City that serves delicious dumplings.
Hong Kong Bistro is a late-night Chinese restaurant in the International District that serves dim sum, sizzling meat platters, and frozen drinks.
Seven Stars Pepper is a Chinese restaurant in the International District that serves delicious noodles.
Little Sheep is a Chinese restaurant in the International District that specializes in hot pot. Come hungry, and with a group.
Shodai Teriyaki is a Japanese spot in the Central District that works well for takeout.
Xi’an Noodles is a Chinese restaurant in the University District that serves noodles, soups, dumplings, and sandwiches.
Little Duck is a great Northeastern Chinese restaurant in the University District.
Dynasty Room is an International District bar inside a space that used to be a Chinese restaurant. They serve Chinese and Korean bar snacks.
Dim Sum House is a casual Chinese restaurant on Beacon Hill that serves great potstickers.
Tai Tung is a Chinese restaurant in the International District that serves family-style food.
Plenty Of Clouds is a Sichuan restaurant in Capitol Hill that has a full bar and serves excellent dumplings.