Seattle sits pretty for amazing Asian food. Most notable is the Chinatown-International District, itself evolving as some classic mom-and-pops try to hang on while newer and perhaps more notable restaurants make their way in. But Seattleites are also fortunate to find clusters of quality Asian restaurants away from the CID. Eater has highlighted areas such as the Othello Station area, Tukwila’s Southcenter area, and where Bellevue meets Richmond in the past.
Now there are increasing Asian options to the north; with that, here are a dozen restaurant destinations for noodles, hot pot, dim sum, Korean fried chicken, and much more in Edmonds.Read More