6 Spots for International Cuisine in Metro Puget Sound
From a famous Chinese restaurant to Indian and Thai fare, there’s an abundance of options for global dining in Seattle and the Metro Puget Sound Region. Here are a few favorite eateries specializing in international cuisine.
1. Tai Tung
This Chinese restaurant in Seattle's International District has been serving up classic Chinese comfort food since 1935. Family owned and operated, Tai Tung has a dedicated local following and was a favorite of the late Bruce Lee. Here you'll find dishes such as egg foo young, mou shu pork, chop suey, and plenty of noodles.
Location: 655 S. King St., Seattle
This spacious, informal spot with outposts in Renton and Issaquah serves up Indian and Pakistani favorites using fresh-ground spices. Enjoy the restaurant's namesake naan bread fresh from the kitchen’s clay oven.
Locations: 709 S. Third St., Renton & 1420 NW Gilman Blvd. Ste. N3, Issaquah
A popular spot in Tukwila, this Japanese eatery specializes in hand-rolled sushi and freshly sliced sashimi. The restaurant's executive chef has been creating extraordinary Japanese cuisine in Tokyo and Seattle since 1990. Be sure to bring a credit card, as this restaurant currently doesn't accept cash.
Location: 16820 Southcenter Parkway, Tukwila
4. Sam Oh Jung
Enjoy Korean dishes in a polished setting, from spectacular buckwheat-noodle soup spiked with mustard to equally delicious hot soon du bu tofu soup.
Location: 17425 Hwy 99, #A, Lynnwood
5. Noodle Boat
Thai standards like pad Thai take on fresh, tongue-tingling new life at this family owned restaurant in Issaquah. Choose from a variety of curries or warm up with tom yum soup.
Location: 700 NW Gilman Blvd. #E-104-b, Issaquah
6. King Noodle House
Noodle soup is the star dish at this aptly named Everett spot. Have your pick of hand-pulled or knife-shaved noodles featured in bowls of piping-hot broth.
Location: 7815 Evergreen Way, Everett