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Lucy1946

Seattle- sushi and Chinatown recs

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Hi All,

 

Will be taking a trip to Seattle in August with my husband-- we love sushi (more traditional, not so much Japanese-fusion style) and are looking for a place for a dinner out.  Also wondering what everyone's fave Chinatown spots are-- for lunch, dim sum, dinner, fancy or hole-in-the wall.  Thanks in advance!

 

Lucy

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Shiro's has long been considered the best sushi in Seattle. Kisaku and Sushi Kappo Tamura are also very good. Nishino is a nice place for a full Japanese meal, including sushi.

 

My favorite place for dim sum in the International District (the ID we call it) is Tea Garden. Jade Garden is great but the lines are long.


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