This place can also be found in the University District as well. The environment is very trendy especially with the pool table and nice furniture. The bubble tea isn't as flowery as Ambrosia but it can also be just as powdery as everywhere else so if you're a fresh fruit bubble tea snob, you'd have to request fresh fruit or you'll have to live with their powder bubble tea mix which is the same as everywhere else. This place is decent, but nothing quite outstanding other than the pool table
The canoe rentals are really cheap at $4 per hr per boat for students. They also offer rowboats at the same rate but no canoes (you will have to rent them from the Paddle Club underneath the Agua Verde for $14 an hour). The hours are limited to the sunlight so be sure to check out the opening hours.
The food here is delicious though it's not the most authentic Thai food I've ever had. The restaurant is also very small, but the action such as the wok cooking is a sight to see. Prices are reasonable and they specialize in thai food. Many college students eat here due to its good Thai food but others who are Thai have said otherwise. From it's price and attraction to UW students, it's something worth trying
The dim sum here is cheap and there's a huge variety of food to choose from. Though the food here is greasier than its rival the House of Hong, many of my friends love eating here especially for their dumplings. It's very spacious and the parking is very plentiful. I'd highly recommend it to anyone who is new in Chinatown or new at eating dim sum.
This place has great science exhibits. Sometimes they even have video game exhibits as well. I love the laser light shows because the music themes that come with it are awesome though they are held late at night. I loved watching the Pink Floyd one and I would love to see one of the industrial ones as well.
I had heard from another tourist that the meditative mazes at this church was a must to see. They have a maze inside and outside the church. It's very relaxing just walking along it. Also, the architecture and the glass panes are so beautiful. The courtyard was also very picturesque. There's no admission fee so it is something not to miss!
I had their shark soup and shrimp balls during their dim sum and it was good. It's a definite must! My other friends got the sweet and sour pork with rice and it was reasonably priced. Lots of chinese people come here for lunch and dinner so it's a place not to be missed as long as you can find this place.
This place is only 1 block long with two or three restaurants and some shops. I have never seen a Chinatown as small as this one nor would I bother to visit this place again. Fortunately, the restaurant I went to Anh Long restaurant had air conditioning otherwise I would have suffered from some sort of heatstroke. It's not worth the drive
This is like a 2nd disney city with Pleasure Island for the 18+, shops, beauty parlors, restaurants and a movie theater as well. The prices are a bit high especially with the souvenirs and restaurant food. The Disney Quest is definitely a place for arcade lovers since it's 5 stories of games and you get to make your own rollercoaster ride.
My family always goes here once a month to pick up great deals on fresh bread, donuts, cake mixes, jams, drinks and other junk food. they have a huge variety to choose from especially of braided bread that they usually give for free with a certain amount of bread that is purchased.