Judy Fu's Snappy Dragon

Row 1

Details
8917 Roosevelt Way NE (at 90th)
Seattle, WA 98115
(206) 528-5575
Chinese
$ $
Hours
Mon–Sat: 11:00 AM–9:30 PM Sun: 4:00 PM–9:00 PM
Singleplatform

Foursquare Tips

  • I think this is some of the best chinese food in seattle. Very good
  • Get the homemade stir-fried noodles. Plain. But don't forget to ask for their fermented chili sauce to go with it. These noodles are crack. You'll wake up in the middle of the night craving it.
  • Best fried rice! Also the homemade noodles are a-maazing!
  • Lunch specials the way to go. :)
  • Basically the best wonton soup I've ever had, the broth they use is killer.
  • This is all they served me.
  • Order Judy Fu's homemade noodles, green onion pancake, almond cranberry chicken! She's still the queen, best Chinese cook in Seattle!
  • Get the Eggplant! It's unforgettable!
  • Order the chow mien with the homemade noodles. It's an extra buck or two but WELL worth it!
  • If you like veggies, I'd recommend the dried green beans & almonds in either original or garlic sauce :)
  • It's soooo good. I get cravings ....
  • The hom bow is fantastic. Steam pork bin.
  • Food is worse than terrible here. Almost not edible. Dumplings has way too much skin..homemade noodles tasted like undercooked raw flour. Everything was a let down. Char siu was dry and tasteless.
  • Unimpressed
  • Great Chinese food, helpful with a gluten-free menu.
  • Best general tso s I've ever had. And boyyyy I always get me some general Tso. I wasn't a huge fan of the green onion pancake however. It needs something else to be noteworthy.
  • The dumplings and noodles are handmade, which is a plus, but the rest of the menu is a bit more American Chinese. Ingredients aren't of clean eating quality, had digestive issues after both visits.
  • Very greasy Chinese food tailored for Americans, loaded with msg. Tried going here several times but the customer service is just too bad.
  • Jiao Zi don't look like much but they're delicious! Huge portions.
  • Homemade noodles.