The boiled dumplings at this location in Greenwood (along with another outpost in Bellevue) are juicy, often filled with pork, shrimp, and napa cabbage or pickled napa cabbage. Also available as pan-fried stickers, which come in many varieties, such as pork and fennel with chives and scallop with sea cucumber and pork. Open for indoor dining and takeout.
Amid Seattle’s growing number of hot pot restaurants and their endless choices of broths and add-ins, this chain’s main focus is on one dish. Pickled mustard greens make up the “sauerkraut” part, with big bowls of sweet and sour broth containing chunks of fish garnished with chiles and Sichuan peppercorns. Open for indoor dining and takeout.
The hugely popular Chinese hot pot chain, known for its luxurious table-side attractions, including noodle dancers and face-changing Sichuan opera performers – open in downtown Pacific Place and Pacific Center Bellevue, serving boiling broths, savory sauces and a wide selection of meats. Some amenities (like massages for waiting diners) aren’t available, but the restaurant is fully open for indoor dining and takeout.
The famous Sichuan chain from Southern California opened its first location in Seattle in 2020, offering popular items such as toothpick lamb with cumin, pulled pork, mung bean jelly noodles dipped in chili peppers and cold spring onion chicken in peppercorn sauce. Open for indoor dining and takeout.
This restaurant in the international district offers a varied menu. Open for indoor dining and takeout.