Revel

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Details
403 N 36th St (at Phinney Ave N)
Seattle, WA 98103
(206) 547-2040
Korean, Dumplings
$ $
Hours
Mon–Thu: 11:00 AM–2:00 PM Fri: 11:00 AM–2:00 PM Sat: 10:00 AM–2:00 PM Sun: 10:00 AM–2:00 PM

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  • try the short ribs dumplings. nom nom nom.
  • The single best thing to happen to Seattle dining in the last year was the launch of this stark, lively shot of Korean-Asian street food in Fremont: brainchild of chefs Rachel Yang and Seif Chirchi.
  • Noodles, pancakes, dumplings, and rice dishes are on offer at this Korean-influenced restaurant. Weekend brunch means Revel Ramen, with kimchi the key.
  • Like having our very own Momofuku!
  • At brunch, do not miss the savory Monkey Bread -like BBQ pork belly with pickled jalapeos.
  • Get the pork belly pancake...best one hands down!
  • Sit outdoors when the weather permits, sip on a house made soda and try the BBQ goods from the grill. Scrumptious!
  • Try the Lamb Dumplings - Great lamb flavor with goat milk yogurt.
  • Sit outside during the summer - the grill smells amazing, and the sunset is stunning.
  • This follow-up to Joule is casual, largely Asian street food inspired and a fantastic (reasonably priced) experience for brunch, lunch or dinner. Get cocktails at Quoin after dinner. [Eater 38 Member]
  • The short rib dumplings are one of my top five favorite dishes in Seattle. Amazing.
  • 4-19-2011...Try the new asparagus rice bowl. Super Yummy!!!
  • The dumplings are HUGE and very tasty.
  • The dungeness crab pasta is one of the 10 best dishes in all of Seattle.
  • Must-have is the crispy shrimp edamame mint pancake made from mung beans and smeared with the house-made savory chili bean paste.
  • Holy smoke - donuts with bacon / pickled Asian pear / condensed milk glaze ~ incredible!
  • Love soba noodle with duck!!
  • My favorite Asian fusion food in Seattle area. Though it has a very short list on the menu, but it won't go wrong even you randomly order anything, because everything is good!
  • short rib dumplings. #RealTalk
  • A lot flavors in their dishes. Try to find a good balance of fresh ingredients and meats and you will make the meal more enjoyable. The miso paste sauces is great and reminds me of Korea