5 Asian dumpling spots you need to try in Seattle

Nov 27 2019, 1:30 pm

The little stuffed pockets of goodness that we know as dumplings are by far, one of the best chilly-day foods. Whether you’ve grown up on dumplings or are new to the art of stuffed dough, we’re here to help you try the best of Seattle, from the most popular to secret hole-in-the-walls.

Dough Zone Dumpling House

 

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Dough Zone is an absolute must for this list. Although the rest of the menu looks tasty, save room for their savory soup dumplings, pan-fried dumplings, boiled dumplings, and steamed dumplings. Our tip: show up 30 minutes before the lunch rush to avoid lines.

Hours: 11 am to 10 pm
Location: #109-504 5th Avenue South, Seattle
Phone: 206-285-9999

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Din Tai Fung

 

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You won’t find a single Seattlite who doesn’t love Din Tai Fung. If you’re wondering how true the statement is, know that people wait up to two hours for a taste of the famous xiao long bao. Our tip: don’t skip out on the cucumber salad appetizer, it’s the perfect mix of sweet, sour, and refreshing.

Hours: 11 am to 10 pm Monday to Friday; 10 am to 10 pm weekends
Location: #403-600 Pine Street, Seattle
Phone: 206-682-9888

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Mike’s Noodle House

 

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Mike’s Noodle House is the perfect tucked-away Chinatown shop that reminds us that simple flavors can still be incredibly delicious. With some of the best wontons in the city, slurp away at their perfectly-cooked noodles and delicate wontons. Our tip: bring cash and order the beef brisket noodle soup with wontons, yum.

Hours: 9:30 am to 10 pm
Location: 418 Maynard Avenue South, Seattle
Phone: 206-389-7099

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Little Ting’s Dumplings

 

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Without obnoxious signage and basic decor, Little Ting’s is easy to dismiss. Although a hit-or-miss spot, when you catch the shop on a good day, you’ll know. Our tip: skip the main dishes and focus on spicy handmade noodles, onion pancake, and the pork and chive dumplings.

Hours: 11 am to 9 pm Tuesday to Sunday
Location: 14411 Greenwood Avenue North, Seattle
Phone: 206-363-3866

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Szechuan Noodle Bowl

 

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Homemade is the keyword to describe Szechuan Noodle Bowl. Their handmade dumplings will have you wishing that you grew up in the Sichuan Province, with a loving grandmother making you these dumplings every week. Our tip: order the pork dumpling in spicy sauce.

Hours: 11:30 am to 9 pm Tuesday to Sunday
Location: 420 8th Avenue South, Seattle
Phone: 206-623-4198

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