Would you like to meet friends for a light dinner?
If so, visit one of these restaurants near our Redmond apartments where you'll find potstickers filled with everything from shrimp to shredded pork:
At Teapot, the chefs use their combined 52 years of experience to create a full vegan menu. The dishes burst with flavor, and represent countries such as China, Japan, and Singapore. The restaurant promotes a healthy lifestyle and invites everyone to come and be truly merry. Guests enjoy the vibrant setting, complete with colorful works of art and dozens of red lanterns. For dinner, try the vegetable potstickers with the corn chowder or almond fritters.
Sip Thai is a contemporary bistro with a cozy, laid-back ambiance. Owners Joon and Pookie hail from Thailand and enjoy sharing a taste of their homeland with Redmond. They import essential ingredients and start their day early to make the dishes from scratch. The restaurant boasts a 4.5-star rating on Yelp. Diners appreciate the fast service, wide variety, and large portions. The handcrafted potstickers feature cabbage, ginger, onions, and minced pork. They're served with a soy ginger vinaigrette and are best enjoyed with the tom yum soup.
Inchin combines the words Indian and Chinese. The name best represents the cuisine made from fresh ingredients and time-honored recipes. The chefs take inspiration from street food fare and offer boldly flavored dishes for every palate. Guests enjoy their meals in a bright, authentic setting. The dining area features flowers, unique murals, and towering sculptures. Try the vegetable, lamb, or chicken potstickers with the spicy Thai salad.
These are just a few of the restaurants near our apartments in Redmond, WA. To call our vibrant community home, please contact us. We would love to schedule a personalized showing so you can see everything we have to offer.
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