Best Chinese Restaurants in the U.S.

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Gather your friends for dim sum brunch or a Chinese New Year banquet at one of these authentic restaurants.

The Source, Washington, D.C.

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Most of D.C.’s best Chinese places are actually out of the District—in the suburbs of Virginia and Maryland. One notable exception: Wolfgang Puck’s contemporary, three-level restaurant in Penn Quarter, a favorite of both high-profile politicos and local chefs. Turn up on Saturdays for the lounge’s dim sum brunch, a great value, or go the tasting-menu route in the formal upstairs dining room with floor-to-ceiling windows. You’re in the capable hands of Scott Drewno, whose take on Chinese includes sesame-miso cones filled with ahi tuna; suckling pig with quince-apple purée; crispy frog legs with blistered shishito peppers; and lacquered duck with sweet and sour huckleberries. wolfgangpuck.com

Best Chinese Restaurants in the U.S.

The Source, Washington, D.C.

Most of D.C.’s best Chinese places are actually out of the District—in the suburbs of Virginia and Maryland. One notable exception: Wolfgang Puck’s contemporary, three-level restaurant in Penn Quarter, a favorite of both high-profile politicos and local chefs. Turn up on Saturdays for the lounge’s dim sum brunch, a great value, or go the tasting-menu route in the formal upstairs dining room with floor-to-ceiling windows. You’re in the capable hands of Scott Drewno, whose take on Chinese includes sesame-miso cones filled with ahi tuna; suckling pig with quince-apple purée; crispy frog legs with blistered shishito peppers; and lacquered duck with sweet and sour huckleberries. wolfgangpuck.com

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