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Chinese: One of the district's grand old-timers (open since the 1930s), Tai Tung capably keeps pace with the flashier, hipper establishments by keeping its focus on what's really important: the food. Indeed, menu stalwarts like Kung pao shrimp, Singapore-style vermicelli, and mu shu pork have been drawing raves from three generations of customers. Once a haven for Seattle's night owl diners, Tai Tung looks to have changed little decor-wise from its heyday (dark wood paneling and Formica tabletops) as one of the town's only late night eateries. Patrons laud this International District venue for gems like the garlic spare ribs (Chinese style).

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Local Expert Corinne Whiting Says:

Chinese: "Try the garlic spare ribs for a Chinese-style treat."

Best for Chinese Because: Tai Tung has been an International District staple for decades. Enjoy dishes like the kung pao shrimp and Singapore-style vermicelli.

Main Menu

Appetizers
Soups
Combinations
Rice Dishes
Noodles
Sandwiches
Beef
Shrimp
Squid
Crab
Rock Cod
Seafood
Lobster
Scallops
Spareribs
Tai Tung Specialties
Chicken
Duck
Hot Pot
Rice Soup
Chop Suey
Egg Foo Young
Vegetables With Beef Or Pork
Chow Mein
Fun

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