Seattle's International District is brimming over with Dim Sum choices. If you can get lucky and grab a parking spot, the world is your oyster. I posted last month about my visit to Grand Jumbo for Dim Sum but this time its Honey Court Seafood Restaurant. I had five different dishes so the photos will be different, don't worry! The exterior and interior of these places are never much to look at, so I focused on capturing the food, which should always be the main thing anyway. Honey Court is pretty standard Chinese food. It was all warm, fresh, and a little bit greasy. I couldn't resist ordering a plate of Sweet and Sour Chicken. Who doesn't love some of that? It was another tasty meal out with my family.
|When the dim sum cart rolled by the first time, I chose some shrimp dumplings. My son loved the shrimp and well, the whole thing I guess! I liked them too, but I really liked the vibrant color of the dish.|
|Then we all shared some Vegetable Chow Mein, which I really enjoyed. I liked all the hot veggies, especially the bean sprouts, and the mien was cooked perfectly.|
|Here we have some chicken feet. I didn't try any because my son wanted it all! That was funny and unexpected!|
|And finally, the Sweet and Sour Chicken, one of my favorites!|