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Cheng Biao Yang's Country Dough is Now Open in Pike Place

It's serving up Szechuan flatbreads and hand-pulled noodles.

Guo koi, as pictured on the Frugal Cuisine blog
Guo koi, as pictured on the Frugal Cuisine blog
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As a perfect addition to Cheap Eats Week, Cheng Biao Yang's Country Dough has just debuted in Pike Place Market. In April, Eater reported that the Szechuan chef formerly of Seven Stars Pepper and Uway Malatang was bringing street treat guo kui to the Market: Szechuan flatbreads stuffed with meat or vegetables, griddled, and baked. Now Seattle Met brings word that as of last Saturday, he's up and running with a simple menu: six flatbread dishes for around $5, and two (hand-pulled) noodle plates.

Find Country Dough in the former Sabra space, in the Soames-Dunn building across from Emmett Watson's. There are no seats at the stand, but the outside courtyard is close. No website or Facebook page yet for the new business.