Seattle Chinatown-International District
80 locals recommend ·
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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!
Discover the strong Asian heritage of Seattle with tasty well-priced food and shops!
I love the international district. Need to do a separate guidebook for all the great restaurants and dim sum spots. But just go down and walk around it’s really wonderful. Uwajimaya is an awesome Asian focused grocery!
My favourite neighbourhood in Seattle! I basically "grew up" here. It's a historic neighbourhood that's a part of the U.S. National Register of Historic Places and is considered a U.S. Historic district! It is the BEST place to get Asian food and bubble tea in Seattle (University District is the…
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