Looking to get out of the house and enjoy some tasty eats? Why not indulge in some delicious dim sum? It’s cozy, it’s tasty, and Seattle has plenty of amazing options to pick and choose from offering up your favorite dishes. Here are 10 of the tastiest spots to grab dim sum in Seattle.

Harbor City


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Harbor City is a longtime Seattle favorite oftentimes has big lines and wait times. That being said, it’s well worth the wait to get your hands…err mouth on items like dumplings, buns, shumai and much more. If you’re not a fan of waiting you can always order to-go as well.

Where: 707 S. King St, Seattle, WA
Hours: Daily 8:30 am- 11 pm

Dim Sum King


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This spot is affordable and their classic offerings are tasty and well loved. That being said, many diners have noted the value of checking out the delicious a la carte menu items as well. Keep in mind they’re still operating on a takeout format so you can walk and eat or take it home to enjoy.

Where: 617 S Jackson St
Hours: Thursday-Tuesday 7 am-5 pm

Honey Court Seafood Restaurant


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An OG spot for late night dim sum, it’s hard to go wrong with Honey Court. You can select all your dim sum favourites in a family-style format perfect for sharing. You’ll leave in a food coma in the best way possible.

Where: 516 Maynard Ave S
Hours: Monday-Thursday 9 am-2 am, Friday & Saturday 9 am-3:30 am, Sunday 9 am-1:30 am

Jade Garden


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Jade Garden is yet another wildly popular spot for dim sum in Seattle’s CID. They have all of your favorite dim sum classics and more. It’s usually packed so be prepared to wait but the eats you get to devour are well worth the patience.

Where: 424 7th Ave S
Hours: Daily 9 am-7:30 pm

Ocean Star


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This is a great classic dim sum spot in the CID. It has more of a dining room feel and food comes quickly, so come hungry! It’s a go-to spot for many Seattleites and if you visit it might just become one of yours as well.

Where: 605 7th Ave S
Hours: Daily 10 am-10:30 pm

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Hong Kong Bistro


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Want dim sum late at night? Look no further than Hong Kong Bistro. This spot is tasty at any time of day but particularly caters to late-night crowds. Dim sum is made all day and fresh to order meaning you’ll get the best whenever you’re in the mood.

Where: 507 Maynard Ave S #511C
Hours: Daily 10 am-12 am

Foo Lam


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If you live further south in Seattle you can grab some super tasty dim sum at Foo Lam in the Rainier Valley area. Expect all your dim sum favourites as well as an all-day menu with items like soup, hot pot, egg noodle and much more.

Where: 7101 Martin Luther King Jr Way S Ste 111
Hours: Dim sum available Monday-Friday 11 am-3 pm, Saturday & Sunday 10 am-3 pm

Homestyle Dim Sum Restaurant


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You have multiple options at Homestyle. On one side you can grab Chinese pastries and on the other, you’ll find a dine-in area perfect for enjoying their delicious dim sum menu. Enjoy and then grab some of your fave pastries to go.

Where: 664 S Weller St
Hours: Daily 7 am-6 pm

China Harbor Restaurant


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Want dim sum with a view? China Harbor is a great choice. It has a relatively newly launched dim sum menu for you to munch on. You can additionally find a wide menu for lunch and dinner if you’re feeling extra peckish.

Where: 2040 Westlake Ave N
Hours: Daily, lunch 11:30 am-2:30 pm, dinner 4:30 pm-10 pm

Mee Sum Pastry

For folks heading to Pike Place, you need to stop by Mee Sum. It’s truly a Seattle classic where you can grab buns, pastries & other Chinese eats. The food is good and the prices are affordable making it a no brainer stop.

Where: 1526 Pike Pl
Hours: Daily 8 am-6:30 pm

The noshing never ends when it comes to dim sum in Seattle. We hope that you see an old favorite on this list or find a new one. Either way, enjoy and don’t get yourself in too much of a food coma.