Chinese Restaurants in Meadowbrook

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In Focus: Wong’s Asian Kitchen & Bar

  • The vibe: part Chinese restaurant, part dive bar
  • Must-try dish: deep-fried garlic chicken wings, which Seattle Weekly named one of Seattle’s 10 best wings
  • Ingredient you won’t find here: MSG
  • Number of items on the vegetarian menu: 12
  • Where to sit when it’s nice out: on the outdoor patio
  • Entertainment: According to The Stranger, Wong’s has “one of the best jukeboxes in town.”

9400 35th Ave NE
Seattle,
WA
US

In Focus: Judy Fu’s Snappy Dragon

  • Neighborhood: Maple Leaf
  • Founded: 1993
  • Founder: the eponymous Judy Fu
  • Specialties: pork dumplings (jiao-zi), hand-rolled noodles, and other Northern Chinese comfort foods
  • Number of dumplings made since 1993: more than four million
  • Gluten-free items: yes
  • Number of years named KING5’s Best of Western Washington: six (2008–2013)
  • Best place to sit: Grab a spot in the back along the noodle bar, where diners can watch as Judy makes dumplings and noodles to order.

8917 Roosevelt Way NE
Seattle,
WA
US

Dinner options at O'Asian Kitchen and Lounge range from simplistic stir-fried snow peas to complex dishes such as the spicy golden Maine lobster that's flavored by dried shrimp, chinese sausage, dried black beans, bread crumbs, and hot pepper. Along with tons of traditional lunch options, the culinary team handcrafts more than 60 dim sum items every day, including chicken feet in black bean sauce and sticky rice wrapped in lotus leaves. Imported and domestic beers, traditional and signature cocktails, and rare Asian teas wash down meals, which unfold in a warm, sophisticated space with an attractive dining area, cosmopolitan lounge, and six private rooms. High-end Japanese vodkas are also available, as well as a selection of sake, which pair well with O'Asian's signature wasabi prawns dish.

800 5th Avenue
Seattle,
WA
US

Stanford's Restaurant & Bar stays close to home, even as it explores and combines the diverse flavors of the U.S.. Its chefs purchase as many ingredients as possible from local Washington and Oregon sources such as Inaba Farms, Ralph's Greenhouse, and Dungeness Farms. The results: buttermilk fried chicken with country sausage gravy and honey mustard glaze, and walnut crusted brie with house-made seasonal preserves. As for their combinations, the chefs don't believe land and sea need to remain separate?just look at their prime rib and grilled salmon with parmesan garlic mashed potatoes, seasonal vegetables, and Dave's horseradish sauce. Both surf and turf tend to spend a lot of time together atop the kitchen's wood-fired grill, too, soaking up the smokey flavor of the smoldering logs while coming to realize there aren't so many differences between them after all.

401 NE Northgate Way
Seattle,
WA
US

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