A Hit Chinese Skewer Restaurant From New York Is Planning a Seattle Location

Though there aren’t a ton of foremost new restaurants that open up in the Haller and Bitter Lake areas, this news may want to mark a trade.

New York’s Friendship BBQ — which opened in Queens, NY, 3 years in the past to lengthy lines and has on the grounds that expanded to New York’s Chinatown — is planning its first West Coast place at 13520 Aurora Ave, a stretch of street that’s generally a eating wasteland. A rep for the restaurant says it hopes to open to the general public by using the give up of January, as the proprietors preserve to finalize creation.

As Eater NY writes, Friendship BBQ have become a famous hot spot in Queens and as a vacation spot for Chinese expats in the town. Like the New York outposts, the Seattle eating place will characteristic the mini chain’s sturdy menu of various meat and vegetable skewers, or chuan’er (串儿) in Mandarin, grilled fish, hot pot, and a seafood boil with crawfish, crab, and shrimp. In addition to the signature Xinjiang Red Willow lamb skewer, there can also be barbecued scallops, oysters, cold noodles, and grilled red meat bones.

When it arrives, Friendship BBQ will be a part of a growing listing of outdoor Chinese meals chains flocking to the town, most significantly Chengdu Taste (coming next month). It also can also fill a call for for more skewer places in the area, while supporting North Seattle improve its eating game up a notch.

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