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This Chinese eatery is located on the second floor of the Ding How Shopping Center. It is a well-lit place with large seating. Not to be dismissed as just another joint, it leaves your mouth tingling with spices and flavors that define the east. Green leek pancakes, cellophane noodles, dumplings, and pickled vegetables with vermicelli are some of the treats they offer. The service here does...
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The flavors are distinct and specific: delicately textured won tons swimming in spicy, oily sauce; fragrant cumin lamb; and del
On the second floor of Little Saigon strip mall, serves spicy Szechuan cuisine to a mix of regulars and foodies.
I went with a group of friends and most of them really liked it, but the food seemed really greasy to me. Granted, I didn't have the dan dan noodles that most people seem to love. I had a...
They have their own parking. Service has always been what you hope for when dining out. And the food is consistently very good. Right up there with Judy Fu's for best Chinese I have had in Seattle.
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Seven Stars Pepper Szechuan Restaurant is a Chinese, International, and Lunch restaurant where most Menuism users came for fun with friends, paid between $10 and $25, and tipped between 15% to 18%.
There's free parking underneath the shopping center.
Some of the best dishes aren't on the menu and appear on the daily specials board.
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