Great food great service great open kitchen so you can watch while they cook. Great bar next door Quoin
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We have had dinner at Revel many times (as well as carry out). Recently we went for lunch and enjoyed it immensely. Love the fusion menu. good service, and busy but pleasant environment. I especially liked the corned lamb.
We came in late for lunch - 40 minutes before closing. Sat at the counter - it's hot there as you're close to the cooking surfaces. The ahi tuna rice bowl with kimchi and greens was outstanding, Tuna cooked just right - seared on the...More
1. Deliciousness. Food so good I've ordered the same thing (crab noodles) 3 times, and that's not like me! 2. "fusion" - kind of Korean, kind of just whatever the chef thinks up. Either way, a delicious combo. 3. Korean - as someone that's spent...More
I've been here three times in the last five years -- with all the great restaurants that Seattle has to offer, that's a lot! Every time, I always enjoy the food and ambiance. This is one of the places I recommend to Seattleites or visitors...More
A cold windy Seattle Sunday, we dropped in mid evening and found the place was buzzing. Seated at the beautiful butcher's block chef's table, with an open view of the busy kitchen set the scene for a fantastic meal of clever, delicate fusion tastes, well...More
Fun and casual vibe. Ordered many items off the menu and they were all great! The Dumplings were especially tasty.
Hidden in plain sight on 36th St at the western edge of Fremont, Revel is turning out some excellent cooking! Not sure of the origin of the name but they bill themselves as Korean and "fusion" (with what?). The menu seems limited at first glance,...More
Every item on the menu looks intriguing, so it's worth bringing a group that love food and is willing to explore. We ordered about 90% of the menu and shared. No disappointments but the dungeness crab noodle and the short rib dumplings were stand outs....More