Restaurants in Bellevue, WA

West of Seattle between Lake Washington and Lake Sammamish, Bellevue is a sprawling suburb with restaurants that represent cuisines of the world, Asia especially. Of course, there is excellent teriyaki, a signature dish that once was trendy and now is as familiar and as entrenched as hamburgers. Shanghai Cafe, which looks like an everyday shopping-center Chinese restaurant and offers all the expected dishes, is known among savvy eaters for its earthy, barley green hand-shaven noodles, made each day. In fact, an entire page of the cafe’s menu is devoted to noodle dishes. Bellevue also is home to Lil’ Jon Restaurant & Lounge, which, despite its name, is notorious for the immensity of its morning cinnamon roll and for huge portions of everything.

Bellevue’s Most Famous Dishes

Plated roast chicken in a pool of savory natural juices

Chicken Dishes

A bowl of hot & sour soup glows red with pepper flavor.

Hot & Sour Soup

Oblong bowl of chicken and dumplings and gravy is backed by turnip greens, creamed corn, and beans.

Savory Dumplings

Gooseberry (and other berry) tart

Fruit

Bellevue’s Best Restaurants

Chace’s Pancake Corral

BELLEVUE, WA

Tokyo Stop Teriyaki

BELLEVUE, WA

Westernco Donut

BELLEVUE, WA

Barley green hand-shaven noodles are arrayed on a plate with chicken and vegetables.
Shanghai Cafe

BELLEVUE, WA

3 Pigs BBQ

BELLEVUE, WA

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Third Culture Coffee

BELLEVUE, WASHINGTON

Lil’ Jon Restaurant & Lounge

BELLEVUE, WA

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