Bellevue’s New Din Tai Fung Is Twice as Big as the Original

This is just a rendering, but still…hot damn.

The Northwest’s very first Din Tai Fung debuted in 2010 with extreme fanfare (and extreme lines) and soup dumplings aplenty at Lincoln Square in Bellevue. Today, it reopens in a larger, showier location in the tower’s ground floor. These are dumplings that deserve street-level access.

The new Din Tai Fung is twice the size of the original and ratchets up the design factor by about a million. The location upstairs had an interior pulled from the “forgettably pleasant” school of architecture. Its evolution involves a high-drama design: a suspended tree installation over the dining room, red-walled private dining rooms with

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