Don’t be misled by the name — there are no biscuits and gravy at Country Dough. This tiny mom-and-pop restaurant serves up Szechuan street food like flatbread sandwiches and thick-cut, hand-shaved noodles. Try the Szechuan flatbread No. 1, generously stuffed with meat, lettuce, onions, cilantro, and carrots. The sweet and spicy dry noodles are dense, chewy, and delicious served hot in a savory sauce. On a recent visit, the cooks were experimenting with pot stickers for a winter soup, which sounds like a perfect lunch option for a grey Seattle day.