Where is the best Chinese food around here?

  • By Jessi Loerch
  • Monday, October 14, 2013 8:28pm
  • Life

You know what sounds good? Some nice Chinese food.

Maybe it’s the weather. The crisp days seem perfect for some nice chow mein and classic fried rice. And in addition to being delicious, it means a break from cooking and (even better) the dishes. Win-win.

So, we’re asking the experts. You.

Where is the best Chinese food in Snohomish County? Bonus points for telling us what your favorite dish is at that spot.

Leave a comment on this post or visit our Facebook page and tell us there.

If we get enough responses, we’ll sum up the most popular suggestions later so you’ll have a handy place to find them.

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