Seattle, WA 98104
- Daily 10am-11pm
- MasterCard, Visa, cash
- Takeout, Delivery, Wheelchair Accessible, Kid Friendly, Vegetarian Friendly
- Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch
- Not Necessary, Accepted
Seattle Weekly's Description
The most ornate thing about this tasty little Hong Kong-style restaurant may be the sweet smell of barbecue wafting off the cherrywood-colored birds hanging in its entryâpoint at a chicken or strip of pork, and the butcher will hack it and pack it, ladling extra marinade overtop. The restaurant's menu focuses on congee, noodles, and simple Cantonese entrÃ©es (ong choy with preserved tofu sauce, hot pot with pork and oysters). Scattered among the fried rices and stir-fried clams are fascinating if hit-or-miss Canto-Western dishes like baked pork chop with tomato sauce and 663's magical French toast: slices of Wonder bread stuck together with syrup, battered, and deep-fried.
Tips from foursquare
The workingman’s cafe with the bistro sheen may look like a Chinatown storefront (this block’s a bit dodgy), but inside, the clattering and brightly lit 663 is really a Hong Kong–style cafe—
Chinese broccoli... Yum
Try the Bbq Duck, Curry Beef Rice - Very good! (via @Foodspotting)
BBQ pork & duck hanging in the window got us in the bistro, but the main dishes keep us coming.
Get 5 of your friends....order 5 dishes...family style dinner....so good