The imposing entrance to Seattle’s Chinatown evokes the façade of an ancient Chinese palace, though it’s not without its own eccentricities. The gate’s design incorporates some subtle influences from the Pacific Northwest, which gives it something in common with much of Seattle’s Chinese food. Visitors to the city’s International District will find a slew of restaurants that fuse traditional Chinese cuisine with Northwestern flavors. Others, such as Hue Ky Mi Gia and Red Lantern, are content to mine countries such as Vietnam and Korea for inspiration.Read More
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