During my three-week adventure I've been challenged with trying new foods. The rule is, I can eat where I want, it just has to be a place I haven't been to before. As you can imagine, I was somewhat disappointed when I arrived at my hotel only to discover that it was across the street from the Cheesecake Factory. I was so hungry I was looking forward to the familiar. However, I ended up choosing this little place, called "The Dough Zone", a dumpling and noodle house. I seems that Seattle has a plethora of Asian Restaurants, more than average, from my perspective. I had the chicken pot stickers and beef noodle soup, both were pretty good. I gave it a "B". The restaurant was quaint and the food was fast, but the noodles has a "twange" that I couldn't shake. However, other than that, everything was excellent.
Leave me a comment, and let me know if you have any suggestions regarding places eat or things to do while I'm in Seattle. Thanks in advance!