Want to know where to find the best shrimp balls and lo mein in Seattle? These are the best Cantonese spots around. This list of Cantonese venues was created after analyzing top sites and reviews to bring you only the best results. So look below for the best Cantonese gems in Seattle serving classics like black bean sauce with beef.
Finding the best Cantonese restaurant for you shouldn’t feel like a second job. We analyzed 4854 Seattle restaurants on Yelp and Google, 1095134 Seattle restaurant reviews, and 1116 lists and articles – looking closely at what Hoodline, Seattle Refined and Seattle Magazine had to say – and applied our boam magic. We cross-referenced with top lists, like Hoodline - The 5 best Cantonese spots in Seattle, Seattle Refined - The Best Noodle Dishes in the International District and Seattle Magazine - Best Asian Noodle Dishes in Seattle. Every option we show has been verified as open and offering key services when we recommend it, thanks to our real-time updates. Restaurants can’t pay to show up on this list, so you can trust what you see and enjoy the city’s hidden gems. Don’t sleep on the restaurants in this list.
When enjoying roasted goose, it’s suggested you pair it with a glass of fresh and juicyPinot Noir, a red wine that cuts the greasiness of the dish
Knowing what to pair with stir-fried wagyu beef with assorted mushrooms can be tricky. It’s worth exploring some red wine, particularly a glass of Cabernet Sauvignon. This, oaked, red wine balances the strong and bold stir-fried wagyu beef with assorted mushrooms.
When ordering beef with oyster sauce, experts suggest pairing it with a glass of Zinfandel, a popular red wine.
Few things are as aggravating as circling around the block, looking for parking when you’re hungry. To make the hunt for parking easier, we’ve partnered with a cutting-edge digital parking reservation system, Spothero, that enables you to book a spot in advance before you visit your chosen Cantonese spot.