I went to Mike's with high expectations after reading the review. I most say that I was very disappointed. The food was the worst. I could not eat it. Oh my the place smell of gas and when I told the waiter he act as...More
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This has got to be one of the best noodle house in the International District of Seattle. Their Congee and noodle dishes are full of flavor and most importantly freshly cooked. I have never been disappointed with the cooking here.
When i was looking for restaurants in seattle i stumbled across Mike's Noodle House, when i saw the pictures other yelpers have posted i was really excited because the pictures of the wontons and sui-kau looks so authentic. The color of the broth, the little...More
This was recommended to me by other visitors to Seattle. Apparently, the wonton noodles were well-known and as such was suggested. I ended up having the wonton and beef brisket in noodle soup and was glad I tried it. The visitors were telling me it’s...More
Chanced upon this restaurant while waiting for our walking tour guide nearby. Had a good breakfast. The texture of the Hong Kong porridge is superb, comparable those that we had in Hong Kong.
My husband and I go here frequently. It's a small restaurant so don't go with a large group. You go there to eat and leave. No time to linger. The noodles and won tons are fabulous. There's usually a line to get seated.
A local friend brought us here for congee and noodles and we were surprised to get that standard which is hard to come by even in Hong Kong. The menu states that there is no MSG in the food. Dumplings are of a very generous...More
Have you ever wondered what it was like back in the hey day of the street food scene in Hong Kong, Shanghai or Beijing where in the evenings, you could step around a corner into a rear courtyard and get a hot bowl of homemade...More