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Once again a band of us will venture out to track down and feast on the deliciousness of dim sum!
When: Sunday (Sept. 5) at 10am at the restaurant Where: We're going to go to the excellent restaurant ElectricTurtle originally started out with Honey Court at 516 Maynard Ave. S. Seattle, WA 98104. How: You can get there any way you want, I will be leading a group of anyone who wants to walk from the Grand Hyatt lobby at 9:30am. Usually once we're there we pool together and take taxis back to PAX.
If you are planning on coming, please PM me to let me know so that I can give the restaurant a heads-up on our imminent invasion!
Q: How much does it cost?
A: Usually we end up paying $6-$10 per person for the food, and ~$5 for cramming together in the taxis
Q: Won't I miss PAX?
A: You'll miss a little bit, but we do generally get back by 11-11:30am latest
Q: What is dim sum?
A: "Dim sum is the Cantonese term for a type of Chinese dish that involves small individual portions of food, usually served in a small steamer basket or on a small plate." It's like tapas, or a bunch of small appetizers, and they're all delicious!