There are 296 Chinese restaurants in Seattle. Feeling overwhelmed? MostBest knows the Top 3.
Whether you want to dine in on Cantonese classics or take your favorite noodles to go, these places serve up the real deal.
For over twenty years, this spot has been providing the area with authentic Sichuan-style Chinese food. The large portions and relatively inexpensive prices have us loving this homestyle Chinese restaurant. The original founder, Chef Kao, still imports his signature ingredients and spices of Sichuan so that he can continuously deliver the best dishes possible.
We Love Their: Mala Hu Guo, Special Hot Beef Chow Mein
The next time you’re looking for some contemporary Northern Chinese-Korean flavors, let Red Lantern guide your way! You’ll find Americanized classics like the General Tso’s Chicken, but you’ll also find more unique dishes, many of which use local seafood and Korean and Chinese flavors. No matter how you get your fill of Red Lantern grub, you won’t be disappointed.
We Love Their: Sichuan Peppercorn Crab, Basil Lime Shrimp, General Tso’s Chicken
Voted the best Chinese restaurant in Seattle by the UW Chinese Students Association, both locals of the city and Chinese immigrants alike rave about Chiang’s Gourmet. The unique architecture and wall art of the exterior is the preview to the casual but high-end interior. Focused on authentic Szechuan cuisine, Chiang’s homemade noodles are a staple of the menu that you don’t want to leave without trying.
We Love Their: Crispy Salt & Pepper Chicken, Cold-Spiced Beef