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Saigon Seafood Restaurant:: South seattle chinese gem!

Josh | Jul 17, 200404:11 PM     1

My new favorite Chinese restaurant is the Saigon Seafood Restaurant on S. MLK way in an Asian strip mall next to Viet-Wah Foods. It is actually Chinese/Vietnamese , but I see no reason to stray from the Chinese menu as it is delicious. The seafood is especially delicious, try the Poached Geoduck, it was tremendous! Tender, juicy and not "clammy" like I remember Geoduck being. This was the highlight among highlight dishes here (I have been here twice now) but watch out, we were astonished to find our huge, heaping plate of "seasonal price" Geoduck was $45! However, we couldn't complain too much because it was so delicious and there was plenty leftover for the next day's lunch. Also awseome are the duck dishes, try the 8 spice Duck, you will love it (comes topped with a bed of seafood!) Also good are the hotpots, we liked the Seafood Tofu hotpot. If anybody decides to try this place please put a post on here and let me know what you think!

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