If spicy food holds no fear you need to visit these Seattle venues for bold and hot Sichuan dishes. We analyzed millions of diner and expert reviews from top sites for the best Sichuan restaurants in Seattle. Don’t take our word for it, get to these spots to devour the best dan dan noodles and dumplings for yourself.
Finding the right Szechuan restaurant for you shouldn’t be so hard. The restaurants in this list rose to the top after we analyzed the Yelp and Google ratings for 4854 restaurants in Seattle, 1095134 restaurant reviews, and exactly 1116 lists and articles from experts at Hoodline, Serious Eats and SeattleMet and more. All with some boam magic. The restaurants you see have been featured in Hoodline - The 5 best Szechuan spots in Seattle, Serious Eats - 8 Best Sichuanese Restaurants in Seattle and SeattleMet - 17 Chinese Restaurants You Need to Know About. Our engine uses real-time data to only show restaurants that are open and their available services, so you can stay safe on your terms. Restaurants can’t pay to show up on this list, so enjoy the best food with no agenda. Don’t sleep on the restaurants in this list.
Finding the ideal drink pairing for mapo tofu can be tricky. It’s worth exploring some white wine, particularly a glass of Riesling. This, sweet, white wine balances the spicy and rich mapo tofu.
When ordering pork belly in sweet garlic and chili-oil sauce, experts suggest pairing it with a glass of Malbec, a popular red wine.
To elevate your dandan noodles experience, we recommend some Saison to go with your dish. This pairing works especially well because this beer enhances the intensity of the Szechuan peppercorns found in the dish.
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 Szechuan spot.