Seattle Chinatown-International District
83 locals recommend ·
Tips from locals
Go there when you're craving for Asian food, such as Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese and more!
This district is filled to the brim with bubble tea, dim sum, hot pot, pho, baos and more.
Great dense historic and vibrant neighborhood with lots of great foods, shops, an amazing park, and etc!
If you like Asian food, this is the part of town to be and it's right next to Beacon Hill
We love strolling around this interesting neighborhood just south of downtown. Grab some Dim Sum, sushi, or try Tamarind Tree Restaurant!
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