This shop was recommended by the lobby manager of the hotel where we stayed. It is said that it is quite famous in the Chinese circle in Seattle. It mainly serves Cantonese dishes and Cantonese dim sum. The taste is very authentic and very good. There are also many diners.
The Guangdong-Hong Kong flavor of Cuiyuan Restaurant is very good, everything is delicious, the business is very strong, the price of the restaurant is very reasonable, and I have lived nearby for a period of time. At that time, I was not in a hurry to come. I only got it with the invitation of friends. Opportunity to come here.
One of the few Cantonese restaurants in Seattle’s Chinatown. It’s been open for many years, and it hasn’t changed. You need to wait during peak weekends. There are more choices of dim sum at lunch. In fact, the price-performance ratio of hot dishes is not bad. Most are between $9.95-19.95. The portion is quite large and the taste is partial to American Chinese food, but the basic elements are still in line with the essence of Cantonese cuisine.
This place looks like it has seen better days, but the weary decor is part of its charm.The food is good standard fare, served without frills.
When I drive to Cuiyuan in Seattle, it is delicious. There is especially a bowl of champion and No. 1 porridge. It is cooked very well. The pork liver inside has no fishy smell, and the hot is very tender and tender, so delicious.