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Chinese wedding banquet in Seattle

Jujubee | May 16, 200205:48 PM     6

Hello PNW hounds! I'm a Boston hound who will be getting married next summer (2003) in Seattle. We are currently searching for a reception location, and after seeing the post on the General Topics board about wedding food I thought this would be a great place to ask for help.

I am considering having a traditional Chinese wedding banquet and would love suggestions for restaurants in the Seattle area that would fit the bill. Food quality is very important, of course, but also location, space, decor, service (I like a hole-in-the-wall with great food as much as the next guy, but this is a wedding). If you've had any experiences - good or bad - I would love to hear about them.

Suggestions for other places/caterers with great food (not necessarily Chinese) that could do a wedding reception would also be greatly appreciated.

And, of course, as thanks for you help, I will post a review of the location. =)

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