When it comes to Chinese food, Sichuan, Xi’an and Anhui all have unique culinary traditions, and Seattle is lucky enough to have restaurants that offer cuisine from each of those regions, and others

The dos and don'ts of this classic Chinese meal

Oodles of noodles from the Dough Zone folks

Warm up with this aromatic, velvety bowl of comfort

Warm up with this aromatic, velvety bowl of comfort

In the midst of a restaurant renaissance, we tap Seattle's culinary rock stars for the best food and drinks in the city

When we were brainstorming ideas for our January issue, thinking about what we crave this time of year and pontificating on what constitutes Seattle’s ultimate comfort food, it didn’t take long to come to the conclusion.

There are no shortcuts at Mutsuko Soma’s Fremont soba studio.

Legend has it that a female emperor in ancient China, suffering through a hot day, demanded her noodles be served cold instead of hot.

House Special Barley Green Hand-shaven Chow Mein (shown above, left)

Szechuan Beef Noodle Soup

@ Szechuan Noodle Bowl