Best Restaurants for Ringing in the Lunar New Year

We’ve lined up 40-odd restaurants; the celebration runs two weeks. Now go!

By Christopher Werner February 3, 2011

Dim sum at Joy Palace is an excellent way to mark the Chinese New Year.

Perhaps you observed the Lunar New Year last weekend, but it wasn’t until 12:00am today (otherwise known as midnight) that the Year of the Rabbit officially hit.

The new year is a two-week affair, which provides you ample time to embark on an Asian eating bender with Seattle Met’s Asian Food feature as your abettor. A guide to the best this city has to offer in 14 Far East cuisines, the feature leads you to Szechuan hot pots that’ll drill your sweat glands, dim sum worth waiting hours for, internationally renowned Chinese soup dumplings, and other such new year–appropriate eats.

Now hop to it.

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