Best Dim Sum: Din Tai Fung

The people have spoken.

You might not expect to find the best of anything in University Village, but one trip to this eatery and you’ll learn good things can come in odd packages. If you try only one dish here, it must be the soup dumplings, made by wrapping a dumpling skin around a frozen cube of soup and then cooking it, liquefying the cube. The result, upon first bite, is a warm splash in your mouth of savory broth. Along with the U. Village location, diners can also find a Din Tai Fung in Bellevue and Pacific Place. Various locations, dintaifungusa.com

First runner-up: Jade Garden

Second runner-up: Harbor City

Honorable mention: Sun Ya, Chuh Minh

Read about the rest of the Best of Seattle Reader Poll winners here. If you didn’t get a chance to vote this go-round, make sure your voice is heard next year. Email us at bestofseattle@seattleweekly.com and we will let you know when nominations open for BoS 2017.

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