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Updated: October 6, 2021

Need general Tso’s chicken or fried rice in your life? These are our best spots for Chinese food in Redmond. We evaluated tons of diner and critic reviews and analyzed top sites to find the best Chinese restaurants in Redmond. Here you’ll find the best Chinese neighborhood gems in Redmond serving classics like chow mein and ma po tofu.

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  • SeattleMet, 2018

    17 Chinese Restaurants You Need to Know About

    SeattleMet, 2018

  • Hoodline, 2018

    Here are Seattle's top 3 Dim Sum spots, ranked

    Hoodline, 2018

  • Lyft

    Top 6 Most Visited Chinese Restaurants in Downtown, Redmond


  • SeattleMet, 2018

    17 Chinese Restaurants You Need to Know About

    SeattleMet, 2018

  • Eater, 2018

    The 14 Best Asian Restaurants Where Bellevue Meets Redmond

    Eater, 2018

  • Lyft

    Top 6 Most Visited Chinese Restaurants in Downtown, Redmond


  • Lyft

    Top 6 Most Visited Chinese Restaurants in Downtown, Redmond


  • Eater, 2018

    The 14 Best Asian Restaurants Where Bellevue Meets Redmond

    Eater, 2018

  • Foursquare

    The 9 Best Places for Dim Sum in Seattle


  • The Stranger, 2019

    Lots of New International Restaurants to Try and More Seattle Food News You Can Use

    The Stranger, 2019

How did we curate these results?

Figuring out the best Chinese restaurants can take awhile. We analyzed 10951 Redmondrestaurants on Yelp and Google, 1095134 Redmond restaurant reviews, and 1286 lists and articles – looking closely at what The Stranger, Foursquare and Hoodline had to say – and applied our boam magic. The restaurants you see have been featured in The Stranger - Lots of New International Restaurants to Try and More Seattle Food News You Can Use, Foursquare - The 9 Best Places for Dim Sum in Seattle and Hoodline - Here are Seattle's top 3 Dim Sum spots, ranked. We automatically update restaurants’ open hours and services, so you can actually enjoy the top restaurants we show. Since boam gets no payment for showing these restaurants, you can trust the restaurants in this list. We don’t recommend restaurants lightly, these 10 are really something special.

Drink pairing tips

  • A great drink pairing for pork in sticky soy glaze

    Finding the ideal drink pairing for pork in sticky soy glaze can be tricky. It’s worth exploring some white wine, particularly a glass of Riesling. This, off-dry, white wine balances the sweet and tangy pork in sticky soy glaze.

  • A next-level match for dim sum

    Experts suggest pairing a dim sum with a glass of Blanc de Blanc, a popular sparkling wine.


  • A popular dish

    Making peking duck, often paired with pancakes and soy sauce, is a long-held tradition in China.

  • A delicious pairing

    Often considered one of the most classic drinks in China, baijiu is a crowd-favorite choice across the country, often made with sorghum.

Parking info

We’ve all struggled to find good parking near restaurants in Redmond. To make the hunt for parking easier, we’ve partnered with a cutting-edge digital parking reservation system, Spothero, that enables you to book a spot in advance before you visit your chosen Chinese spot.

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Welcome to Tian Tian Noodles - Cleveland St, Redmond

Oct 15, 2021

Tian Tian Noodles Chinese Restaurant offers authentic and delicious tasting Chinese cuisine at 16421 Cleveland Street, Suite #E, Redmond, WA.  Tian Tian Noodles' convenient location and affordable prices make our restaurant a natural choice for dine-in or take-out meals in the Redmond community. Our restaurant is known for its variety of noodles and high quality fresh ingredients. Come and experience our friendly atmosphere and excellent service.

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Chinese Restaurants in Redmond, WA

Looking for some of the best places to eat Chinese food in Redmond? According to "The Real Yellow Pages", there are 19 Chinese restaurants in Redmond to choose from. Some of the most popular places to eat Chinese food in Redmond include Regent Bakery & Cafe, Dough Zone, and Noodle Land.

You may also be looking for a quiet place to enjoy your Chinese food in Redmond. We suggest Teapot Vegetarian House, and Golden Chopsticks for enjoying a peaceful meal by yourself, or with friends and family.

Want to place your order online for pick-up? Redmond has 2 Chinese food restaurants like Noodle Land, or Grand Peking Restaurant that will let you order online and pick-up in store.

Additionally, there are 3 locations that have Chinese food catering in Redmond like Teapot Vegetarian House, Grand Peking Restaurant, and Inchin's Bamboo Garden for when you have a large party to feed at your home or office.

If you're planning ahead and would like to book a table there are 2 places to eat Chinese food in Redmond that will allow you to make an online reservation. Popular choices are Noodle Land, and Grand Peking Restaurant.

Redmond has a lot of great Chinese restaurants. Once you enjoy your meal make sure to leave a review on We love building a community of diners with the best tips and recommendations for Chinese food in Redmond.

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Which Redmond Chinese restaurants are open late?

Whether you're on a date or out late with friends and looking for a midnight meal, here are some places to eat Chinese food in Redmond that are open late:

  • Bamboo Kitchen on 6536 E Lake Sammamish Pkwy NE Ste 107, 98052
    • Hours: Mon - Thu 11:00 am - 9:00 pm, Fri - Sat 11:00 am - 9:30 pm, Sun 12:00 pm - 12:00 am
  • Inchin's Bamboo Garden on 16564 Cleveland St Ste R, 98052
    • Hours: Mon - Thu 11:30 am - 10:00 pm, Fri 11:30 am - 10:30 pm, Sat 12:00 pm - 10:30 pm, Sun 12:00 pm - 12:00 am
  • Peking Chinese Restaurant on 16857 Redmond Way, 98052
    • Hours: Mon - Thu 11:00 am - 9:30 pm, Fri 11:00 am - 10:00 pm, Sat 12:00 pm - 10:00 pm, Sun 12:00 pm - 12:00 am

Are there any Redmond Chinese restaurants that are good for groups?

There are several Chinese restaurants in Redmond that are good for large groups of people. Assemble your group together and plan your outing to one of these top locations:

Are there Chinese restaurants in Redmond who accept PayPal?

Yes. There are a few Redmond Chinese restaurants that accept PayPal as payment method. Read on for our list of PayPal restaurants which include:

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Chinese Restaurant near Redmond

The 14 Best Asian Restaurants Where Bellevue Meets Redmond

The best Eastside options in the Bel-Red area, from biang-biang noodles to pungent hot pot

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| Jay Friedman for Eater

“It’s better in Bellevue” is a long-time refrain about Asian food in the Seattle area, especially when it comes to Chinese cuisines. In particular, there’s a section of the Eastside where Bellevue meets Redmond — part of the neighborhood now called Bel-Red, which is awaiting an East Link light rail station in 2023 — with an abundance of high-quality Asian restaurants. From biang-biang noodles to pungent hot pots, here are the best options within a roughly one-mile radius of 148th Ave. NE and NE 24th St.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

A stone’s throw from Microsoft’s Redmond campus, this upscale Vietnamese restaurant is run by the daughter of the owner of beloved Huong Binh. The food here is also finely crafted, with standout dishes including cha ca la vong (turmeric fish with dill and a great shrimp paste-based sauce), banh khot (turmeric mini-pancakes), mieng tom (glass noodle, shrimp, and pork belly claypot), and coconut shrimp ceviche.

Despite being a far cry from its heyday in the Chinatown-International District, when “grandma” made roti at the front window, but in its Redmond home Malay Satay still serves up satisfying food that isn’t commonly found around Seattle yet touches nostalgic points. Recommended dishes include the aforementioned roti canai, Malaysian laksa, mango chicken, Malaysian pork chops, and Belachan string beans.

Regent serves Hong Kong-style savory dishes, but it’s the baked goods that make this Redmond place a real gem. As with many Asian desserts, the cookies, pastries, and cakes tend to be less sweet and relatively light compared to their counterparts from Europe and the U.S. The green tea mousse cake is colorful and dazzling, and thanks to the matcha, diners might even make the argument that it’s healthy.

This Redmond restaurant is a great place to go with a group. For starters, diners should get an order or two of steamed or fried dumplings. For more carbs, there are the chewy bean thread noodles with clinging pieces of pork, which give the dish its “ants on the tree” name. Finally, all-you-can-eat Sichuan-style hot pots are a real indulgence, featuring lamb or a combination of beef and pork.

This local chain may have slipped downhill a bit since its heyday as a hangout for the Thai Airways flight crews that came through Sea-Tac Airport in the ‘90s, but it was atop a high hill; that is to say, the quality remains good, all things considered. The branch in Redmond saves aficionados the travel to Tukwila for noteworthy dishes like gai hor bai toey (pandan-wrapped chicken) and hor mok (salmon and red curry steamed in a banana leaf).

This local chain is such a darling of the area that it now has four locations on the Eastside and a fifth, with more modern styling, in Seattle. This is the place for small portions of noodles, dumplings, buns, and more, all at reasonable prices with efficient service. The soup dumplings give legendary Din Tai Fung’s a run for their money, and, as an added bonus, Dough Zone serves a fluffy fried version: the wonderful sheng jian bao, typically called Q-bao here.

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This is the restaurant that first introduced the area to wondrous slap of biang-biang noodles being pulled and cut fresh. The hot oil-seared version’s simplicity shows off the springiness of the wide noodles best. Diners who descend in a group can get the same impressive noodles layered at the bottom of chicken on a big plate, otherwise known as dapanji.

Hunan items are the highlights at this little garden-less restaurant in Bellevue. Diners feeling adventurous should get the stir-fried pork stomach with dried bamboo, with smoky notes shining through. Less daring eaters can try pickled long beans with fried noodles. This place can be especially busy on weekends, even if it doesn’t look it. With only one cook, food comes to just one table at a time; people at other tables will sometimes go out shopping until it’s their turn to eat.


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