Little Ting’s is so far north that it’s barely within Seattle city limits - good luck with the bus route on this one. The beauty of this place, though, is that you can get 15 homemade potstickers for $8.99, and they’re really good, especially with lots of black vinegar and chili oil. For a dollar less, you can get six humongous steamed pork buns that are just as filling, and everything comes out of the kitchen pretty fast.
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