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The 8 Best Chinese Restaurants In North Seattle

Updated: October 22, 2021

Got a Chinese food craving? These are the best spots in North Seattle for when you need peking duck and egg rolls. We assessed both diner and critic reviews, analyzed top sites, and determined the best Chinese restaurants in North Seattle. If you are after noodles or crispy pork we guarantee you will find something tasty at one of these Chinese venues.

Find the perfect Chinese restaurant

Din Tai Fung

Asian, $$, RavennaAsian, $$Seattle, Ravenna
Google: 4.6
Yelp: 4.0
  • SeattleMet, 2018

    17 Chinese Restaurants You Need to Know About

    SeattleMet, 2018
  • Eater, 2019

    The Top Asian Dumplings in Seattle

    Eater, 2019

Xi'an Noodles

Asian, $, University DistrictAsian, $Seattle, University District
Google: 4.5
Yelp: 4.5
  • Eater, 2020

    Don't Miss Seattle's Finest Chinese Restaurants

    Eater, 2020
  • Eater, 2019

    Seattle's Essential Asian Noodle Destinations

    Eater, 2019

Chiang's Gourmet Restaurant

Chinese, $$, Maple LeafChinese, $$Seattle, Maple Leaf
Google: 4.3
Yelp: 3.5
  • SeattleMet, 2018

    17 Chinese Restaurants You Need to Know About

    SeattleMet, 2018
  • Eat Seattle, 2012

    The Bucket List: Seattle’s Best Dim Sum Restaurants

    Eat Seattle, 2012

Qian Noodles

Asian, $$, Haller LakeAsian, $$Seattle, Haller Lake
Google: 4.4
Yelp: 4.0
  • Eater, 2020

    Don't Miss Seattle's Finest Chinese Restaurants

    Eater, 2020
  • Eater, 2019

    Seattle's Essential Asian Noodle Destinations

    Eater, 2019

Little Duck

Chinese, $$, University DistrictChinese, $$Seattle, University District
Google: 4.4
Yelp: 4.0
  • Infatuation, 2020

    19 Dumplings In Seattle To Try Right Now

    Infatuation, 2020
  • Eater, 2019

    Where to Eat in Seattle's U District

    Eater, 2019

19 GOLD

Asian, $$, FremontAsian, $$Seattle, Fremont
Google: 4.5
Yelp: 4.5
  • The Stranger, 2019

    Lots of New International Restaurants to Try and More Seattle Food News You Can Use

    The Stranger, 2019

Hangry Panda: Teriyaki, Street Eats & Bubble Tea

Asian, GreenwoodAsianSeattle, Greenwood
Google: 5.0
Yelp: 5.0

Green Tree

Asian, $$, GreenwoodAsian, $$Seattle, Greenwood
Google: 4.9
Yelp: 4.5

How does it work?

Finding the right Chinese restaurant for you shouldn’t be so hard. These results are brought to you by boam, with insights from the Yelp and Google ratings for 11067 Seattle restaurants, 1095134 reviews, and 2391 top lists and articles from the likes of The Stranger and Eater. These top contenders have appeared in The Stranger - Lots of New International Restaurants to Try and More Seattle Food News You Can Use, Eater - Where to Eat in Seattle's U District and Eater - Seattle's Essential Asian Noodle Destinations. Our engine uses real-time data to only show restaurants that are open and their updated available services, so you can actually enjoy the food we show. Restaurants can’t pay to show up on this list, so you can trust what you see and enjoy the city’s hidden gems. These ten options are sure to delight.

Drink pairing tips

  • Blanc de Blanc and dim sum


    having dim sum and not sure sparkling wine to drink with it? Go for Blanc de Blanc. Its sweetflavors will pair nicely with the food and complete the meal.

  • The ideal drink pairing for pork in sticky soy glaze

    Finding the ideal drink pairing for pork in sticky soy glaze can be tricky. It’s worth exploring some white wine, particularly a glass of Riesling. This, off-dry, white wine balances the sweet and tangy pork in sticky soy glaze.

  • The ideal pairing for lobster dim sum

    When ordering lobster dim sum, experts suggest pairing it with a glass of oolong tea, a popular tea.

Did you know?

  • 18 pieces of dim sum, please!

    Are you a fan ofdim sum? The current record for eating the most dim sum is 18 pieces! Do you love dim sum enough to beat this record?

  • The original noodle

    The next time you bite into a deliciousnoodle remember to thank China who are responsible for this tasty culinary invention.

  • Name a more iconic duo: sour plum tea & hot pot

    hot pot on the menu? A classic pairing is sour plum tea. It is made by smoking the plums.

Parking information

There’s nothing like finding the perfect parking spot right away when you’re going out for a meal. 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 Chinese spot.

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