Dim Sum King 617 S. Jackson St., Seattle, WA 98104 6:30 a.m.–6 p.m. daily (206) 682-2823 “We work hard to give the best dim sum to our customers — fresh and top-quality ingredients, 43 varieties, and fastest take-out service,” said owner Amy Eng. You can buy as little as one item or as many as […]
If you missed the first Chinatown Happy Hour Food Walk last month, you have another chance to experience it on June 16. To enjoy great food at low prices, start with Dim Sum King located at 617 South Jackson Street. At $4, you get a dim sum sample plate with five items, such as hum […]
By Assunta Ng Northwest Asian Weekly This year’s Dragon Fest posed challenges to many Chinatown businesses, even though it could be a record-breaking year in attendance.
By Assunta Ng The Hum Bow Celebrity Contest was a new idea at the Asian American Heritage Festival, held at the Seattle Center last Sunday.
By Staff Northwest Asian Weekly Dim Sum King co-owner Amy Eng apologized to diners on Aug. 27 for the incident that took place on Aug. 25. Then, a 52-year-old woman walked into the restaurant and allegedly stole food, flipped over patron’s plates, and covered a man and his baby in chocolate milk and soy sauce. […]
The Chinatown-International District Business Improvement Area (CIDBIA) organized the return of the $2 Food Walk at this summer’s Dragon Fest. On July 9 and July 10, 16 of Chinatown-ID’s top culinary destinations will offer up a menu of $2 bites. Participating restaurants include Sea Garden, Kaname Izakaya, Harbor City, Oasis Tea Zone, Fu-Lin Ramen House, […]
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Let’s face it. We gain weight during the holidays because there are too many leftovers. So why not share the wealth (and calories) by throwing a leftover party on Dec. 26?
Nancy Leson of The Seattle Times wrote about the closing of New China Gate Restaurant under the management of Alan Woo recently. In the article, Faye Hong, spokesperson of Hop Sing Tong, which owns the property, said the recession has hurt Chinatown restaurants.