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Chiang Gourmet - 13 Reviews - 7206 S 116th St, Seattle, WA - Restaurants Reviews - Phone (206) 527-8888

Chiang Gourmet

7206 S 116th St
Seattle, WA 98178
(206) 527-8888
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Like to come here with big groups and eat family style. The noodles, duck, pork are all good, really you can't go wrong. It is kid friendly and like that they have a parking lot.


I was looking for a great little Chinese brunch out and heard this place was good. We tried quite a few dishes, but nothing matched my past weekend...

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Great Chinese Food 1/3/2012

Like to come here with big groups and eat family style. The noodles, duck, pork are all good, really you can't go wrong. It is kid friendly and like that they have a parking lot. more

Tasty and Affordable 2/22/2007

This is a great restaurant with two locations, one in Seattle and the other in Renton. Lots of authentic dishes that are affordable and come in generous portions. Fast and friendly service. more

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Thank Heaven for Chiang's Gourmet 2/1/2007

Chiang's Gourmet is on my list as one of my top 5 restaurants in Seattle! We go most often for dim sum on the weekend (never have had to wait and service is good!) but we've eaten dinner with just as great results. The fact that a lot of families fill up the round tables will tell you this is a good place! Some favorites, wonton's in spicy sesame sauce, killer cong yóu bing (green onion pancake), walnut shrimp, and their shanghai noodles. Their fried fish dishes are heavenly. Oh and the long beans with sausage are NOT to be missed. Mmmmm! If you're into Tofu of Strong Odor, theirs is very good! Wondering what to order? Ask the proprietor Mabel aka "Sexy Li" for her recommendations. Seriously, she'd love to help. She's recommended we try the sweet and sour the next time we're in. I can't wait! more

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Lake City special 9/30/2006

Chiang's Gourmet serves up food that tastes right-in other words it really reminds me of one of my old hang outs in China. The reason for this is that they serve all of their food soaked in red hot chili pepper oil. This makes the stuffed fried tofu dish spectacular. Chiang's also serves up a northern style dim sum on the weekends. This includes youtiao (fried dough sticks) and soy milk. Give it a try sometime-you won't be disappointed. Food prices here are about average around twenty dollars for two or three dishes. Service is efficient and brisk. more

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Easily some of the best, most authentic, Chinese food in Seattle. 9/30/2006

Chiang's exists in a location which used to rotate businesses every year or so. When it first went in, I was skeptical, we'd had several Chinese restaurants go out of business on the same spot. I am happy to have been wrong. Chiang's has two menus, an authentic menu and their regular menu. The food off either of them is great but if you're looking for a real culinary experience, the authentic menu is not to be missed. Between the two menus, you have access to one of the largest food selections in Seattle. The food is always great, arriving in gigantic portions. I almost always end up with leftovers in my fridge. The service is hit or miss, as the place can be bursting at the seams or fairly quiet (Friday nights are always crazy), but as long as you're looking for great Chinese food and have a tolerant friend or two, this is the place to be... more

Has potential, but crowded and noisy! 12/28/2005

To be fair, we tried Chiang's Gourmet for Christmas Eve dinner, so it may have been unusually crowded and noisy, but getting service, including ordering, water, table settings for *all* our guests (there were 6 of us), our drinks, and the meals took FOREVER. We had two guests over 90 years old, so we ordered from the less-authentic menu, six family style Sezchwan dinners. The food was probably the best Chinese I've found so far in Seattle, but in all the dinner lasted *two and a half hours* -- much longer than we expected, or wanted, and every part of the meal came out separately. In fact, one item I ordered never arrived at all. I'd give this another try and certainly recommend it to anyone looking for good Chinese food, but if the service didn't improve I wouldn't give it a third chance -- the food wasn't good enough for that. more

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Northern breakfast on weekends 12/25/2005

We havn't tried their regular manu, but we love going there for breakfast on weekends. They offer Sweet/salty soy milk, fried "chinese donuts" and etc. Like home-made. They also have porridge and sticky rice ball. They only have these special items for weekends until 3pm. It is always good to have something other than milk and bread. You will like it. more

Authentic Northern Chinese food! YUM! 9/2/2005

A jewel in Seattle! If you ever crave Northern style dimsum, you are in luck! On weekends,Chiang's Gourmet serves yummy soybean drink (both sweet and savory), "greasy donuts", and various other little treats. It is such a wonderful treat to go there. The rest of their menu is also very good. We've gone for dinner a few times, but really love the morning dimsum. It's very conveniently located off of Lake City Way. Give it a try! You will love it! more
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  • Popular Lake City Chinese restaurant serves authentic dishes in a leafy neighborhood far from the International District.

  • 6/8/2006 Provided by Citysearch

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