Caviar food delivery expands to Bellevue

Michelin-starred dumplings among food available for delivery

  • Monday, December 11, 2017 3:40pm
  • Business
Dumplings. Courtesy photo

Dumplings. Courtesy photo

Caviar, a food ordering service that offers delivery or pickup from restaurants in town, is expanding in Bellevue and launching delivery service on the Eastside.

The expansion will create the first time Din Tai Fung Bellevue offers delivery services, giving Eastsiders the opportunity to have Michelin-starred dumplings and noodles right at home. To celebrate this launch and the season, Caviar is kicking off “12 Days of Dumplings,” offering free xiao long bao with each order from Din Tai Fung for 12 days, starting Dec. 12.

In addition to Din Tai Fung, Caviar will partner with and offer delivery from local favorites, such as Mioposto Pizzeria, Japonessa, Tutta Bella, Pokeworks, Wild Ginger and more.

For more information about which restaurants Caviar has partnered with on the Eastside, visit

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