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[sea] is there one part of town with more Chinese restaurants than any other?

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[sea] is there one part of town with more Chinese restaurants than any other?

jenn | Jun 6, 2007 11:16 AM

talking within Seattle City limits here.

This fall, we are moving north from [ahem] an area somewhat south of you. The family favorite for dinners out or birthdays or "I'm too tired to cook" or lets eat breakfast out is Chinese---northern, hunan, szechwan, cantonese, you name it. When we are hungry, we head for the San Gabriel Valley which has more Chinese restaurants per square inch than you can hit with stick.

I don't expect to find the SGV in Seattle but is there a single part of the city with a higher concentration of Chinese food? I'm thinking given our preferences, thats the neighborhood for us1

Thank you.

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