Address: 800 5th Ave., Seattle, WA 98104
Phone: (206) 264-1789
On one of our last days in Seattle, we wanted some Asian food and since Din Tai Fung Dumpling House was too far away……we settled on dim sum at O’Asian Kitchen. This was also close to the Seattle Public Library (Main Branch) and also the Seattle Symphony (Soundbridge) which we visited before and after respectively. O’Asian’s location is centrally located in the middle of the Central Business District.
It was good to enjoy familiar and yummy dim sum even though the place had a nightclub/lounge feeling to it.
Gai Lan (or Chinese Broccoli with Oyster Sauce)
Pan-fried Chicken Chow Mein and Shrimp Rice Roll with Soy Sauce (beef rice roll came out later)
Traditional hargow (shrimp dumpling) and shu-mai (pork dumpling)
Also had an interesting supreme soy sauce rice roll in a clay pot.
Not pictured are mini pineapple custard buns which were scrumptious and, of course, jasmine tea to go along with it for sweet aftertaste when eaten one after another. Of course, I ordered way too much food so we all left very satisfied and stuffed.
Also interesting to note that next to the bar in the front of the restaurant is a white grand piano. You have to pass this in order to get to the restrooms which reside at the far left corner of the building.
Children’s Menu [n]
Changing Station [n]
Stroller Access [pretty spacious]
- Beef Rice Roll
- Central Business District
- Chicken Chow Mein
- Chinese Broccoli with Oyster Sauce
- Din Tai Fung Dumpling House
- Gai Lan
- Jasmine Tea
- Mini Pineapple Custard Bun
- O'Asian Kitchen
- Pork Dumpling
- Seattle Public Library
- Seattle Symphony
- Shrimp Dumpling
- Shrimp Rice Roll
- Supreme Soy Sauce Rice Roll in Clay Pot