Rich writes about Dim Sum in Seattle. Overall I’ve found this one of the very frustrating parts of living in Seattle because I love Dim Sum and the overall quality doesn’t seem nearly up to Vancouver or San Francisco. In general I find his observations to be good, although I’d also recommend a new discovery- the appropriately named “Dim Sum House” on 4860 Beacon (not in the middle of any of the usual restaurant clusters). I haven’t found any especially interesting or new Dim Sum here, but the stuff I’ve had (I’ve been 3 times in the last few weeks) has been fresh (order from the menu, no carts going around with stale stuff), and just simply good. Its no Hakkasan but I can’t head to London (or even Vancouver or San Francisco) every day for lunch. Not to mention that my favorite place in Vancouver, Sun Sui Wah has been disappointing the last couple of visits.