FOOD: PURPLE DOT; SEATTLE, WA

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Anytime we go to an event in Seattle (The6) as a crew it's all about eating afterwards. There are usually arguments that began when we left the TOWN that reignite when we're leaving our destination on the way to feast. Chinatown was never a place we frequented in the past but since the shop has opened it's become almost tradition when with the 907 crew thats what we do. Standing in the middle of street between Purple Dot and Honeycourt with most indecisive crew ever it's often a coin toss were we will land. But this time it's Purple Dot - the Denny's of Chinese restaurants is what all the homies call it. I guess it's because of the expansive menu - you can get spaghetti, we ordered fried chicken, there's jellyfish salad or you eat all the basics like fried rice, lo mein and miso soup. Honey walnut prawns are always the first item ordered, whether or not we're at Honeycourt, then BBQ pork fried rice, then Mongolian beef, etc. 

Purple Dot wins for us. The hot tea in the water cup and the dimmed lighting were the perfect combination with the food and it was a better experience then Honeycourt. Our recommendation is that you try both - maybe order your chicken dishes at Honeycourt and everything else at Purple Dot. Shout out to Evan for ordering. 

 (Bottom to top) BBQ pork fried rice, BBQ pork fried rice, General Tao's Chicken, white rice, honey garlic prawns and Mongolian beef.

(Bottom to top) BBQ pork fried rice, BBQ pork fried rice, General Tao's Chicken, white rice, honey garlic prawns and Mongolian beef.

 Cajun Chicken Wings

Cajun Chicken Wings

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