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1. PB Kitchen1714 18th Ave, Seattle
2. Dough Zone Dumpling House15920 NE 8th St, Bellevue
3. Ba Bar550 12th Ave, Seattle
4. Fu Man Dumpling House14314 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle
5. Bistro Turkuaz1114 34th Ave, Seattle
6. Pel'Meni Dumpling Tzar3516 Fremont Pl N, Seattle
7. Ping's Dumpling House & Market508 S King St, Seattle
8. Hongkong DIM SUM1120 164th St SW, Lynnwood
9. Revel and Quoin403 N 36th St, Seattle
10. Traditional Korean Beef Soup22921 WA-99, Edmonds
One of the best Polish restaurants in Seattle, PB Kitchen is apart of the Polish Home Association and cooks up some pretty killer pierogis.
This dumpling house really knows what it's doing with their tradition dumplings. Plus, they do a special twist on the classic by giving the bottom of your dumpling an extra-crisp which they call "wings."
A Vietnamese restaurant, Ba Bar proudly serves "street food", a principle defined by simplicity and quality. The other half of this eatery's maxim is "cold drink," as in cocktails. Many, many cocktails.
The winner at this Greenwood Chinese spot is the solid dumplings, but what makes them GREAT is the garlic dipping sauce that comes with every order. This magic sauce alone is worth a visit.
At this Turkish bistro you'll find, amongst other traditional delicacies, some dumplings that a truly unique. These guys are sort of like ravioli drenched in a garlicky-yogurt sauce, then crowned with melted butter, red pepper, and mint.
If the prospect of dumplings isn't enough to wake you up on the quest for a midnight snack, the bright yellow walls at Pel'Meni should do the trick. The Fremont outpost of the food truck you've probably seen around town deals strictly in the practice of Russian-style dumplings, little bits of beef and potato wrapped up into thin bits of dough and thrown into a bowl of other toppings. You can venture outside of he traditional sour cream and spicy sauce by going for whatever specialty dumplings they're featuring that month.
Opened in one half of a Chinese grocery store, Ping's serves a small selection of Northern Chinese eats, but make no mistake, you're there for a plate of their signature pork dumplings, made using traditional ingredients from a recipe that's been handed down for three generations.
This dim sum spot keeps things legit and has a wide variety of fresh, high-quality dumplings on offer.
This combination restaurant and bar is run by the husband-wife cooking team of Seif Chirchi and Rachel Yang, both of whom were contestants on Iron Chef America. If that wasn't enough to reel you in, the married couple combines American and Korean cuisine to create a menu of fusion dishes (like the moo shu pork dumpling and smoked oyster po-boy in a Korean pancake) unique to the restaurant. There's also a selection of signature cocktails that you can sample before/during your meal.