Dough Zone menu to feature soup dumplings and pan-fried wontons.
Dough Zone Dumpling House is set to open a new flagship restaurant in Downtown Bellevue this Friday (Feb. 26).
The new restaurant at 10360 Main St. Bellevue, will feature traditional Chinese buns and dumplings.
The menu includes Xiao Long Bao, also known as soup dumplings, which are filled with a jellied meat stock that liquifies into a broth when steamed, as well as pork-filled pan-fried buns known as Q-Bao, prepared with a crispy-crunchy bottom and a soft fluffy top.
Dough Zone will also serve both traditional boiled wontons as well as their crunchy pan fried wontons, paired with a chili sauce or a spicy garlic sauce.
The original Dough Zone Dumpling House was established in Seattle in 2014, and was intended to bring the traditional Chinese soul food into a modern setting.
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