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We're open. Everything is made from scratch: noodles, dumpling wrappers, everything. Please come have some delicious food and soju cocktails. :cool:

 

Revel Winter Menu

 

Salad

Corned lamb, arugula, nuoc cham $9

Shrimp, long bean, tamarind ranch $8

Spinach, sunchoke, miso vinaigrette $7

 

Pancake

Pork belly, kimchi, bean sprout $10

Shrimp, edamame, mint $9

Potato, garlic chive, creme fraiche $7

 

Dumpling

Chorizo, jicama, cilantro $9

Short rib, shallot, scallion $9

Delicata squash, earl grey ricotta, pecan $8

 

Rice (w/egg yolk)

Short rib, sambal daikon, mustard green

Albacore tuna, fennel kimchi, escarole $13

Shitake, wintergreen, seven spiced walnut $12

 

Noodle

Five spiced duck balls, lacinato kale, smoke chili $15

Manila clam soup, zucchini, knife cut basil noodle $14

 

Ice Cream Sandwiches

Vanilla pound cake, coffee, milk jam $5

Chocolate chip cookie, chili, caramel $5

Coconut macaroon, kaffir lime, huckleberry compote $5

 

Revel

403 N36th St

Seattle, WA, 98103

206-547-2040

 

We're on the corner of 36th and Phinney. Lunch Mon - Fri 11am - 2pm, Dinner everyday 5pm - close. Brunch on the way in January. And of course, feel free to say hi. Very easy to do at the butcher block counter!

 

Thank you,

Pat

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That menu looks great - thanks for posting it. Hopefully I can get in soon after the holidays.

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Looks great! I'll be in on Weds for lunch, will look for you.

 

We're open. Everything is made from scratch: noodles, dumpling wrappers, everything. Please come have some delicious food and soju cocktails. :cool:

 

Revel Winter Menu

 

Salad

Corned lamb, arugula, nuoc cham $9

Shrimp, long bean, tamarind ranch $8

Spinach, sunchoke, miso vinaigrette $7

 

Pancake

Pork belly, kimchi, bean sprout $10

Shrimp, edamame, mint $9

Potato, garlic chive, creme fraiche $7

 

Dumpling

Chorizo, jicama, cilantro $9

Short rib, shallot, scallion $9

Delicata squash, earl grey ricotta, pecan $8

 

Rice (w/egg yolk)

Short rib, sambal daikon, mustard green

Albacore tuna, fennel kimchi, escarole $13

Shitake, wintergreen, seven spiced walnut $12

 

Noodle

Five spiced duck balls, lacinato kale, smoke chili $15

Manila clam soup, zucchini, knife cut basil noodle $14

 

Ice Cream Sandwiches

Vanilla pound cake, coffee, milk jam $5

Chocolate chip cookie, chili, caramel $5

Coconut macaroon, kaffir lime, huckleberry compote $5

 

Revel

403 N36th St

Seattle, WA, 98103

206-547-2040

 

We're on the corner of 36th and Phinney. Lunch Mon - Fri 11am - 2pm, Dinner everyday 5pm - close. Brunch on the way in January. And of course, feel free to say hi. Very easy to do at the butcher block counter!

 

Thank you,

Pat

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Looks fantastic, Pat. Can't wait to try it!

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Manila noodle soup, earl grey infused ricotta dumplings, spinach jerusalum a miso vinagrette salad, all were fabulous... So good to see you too. Thank you for letting know where you are these days...your fan, white lotus. ps, i will be in again soon to try more things.

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And brunch too.

 

Will brunch be a dim sum type of format or variations on typical Western brunch items?

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And brunch too.

 

Will brunch be a dim sum type of format or variations on typical Western brunch items?

 

It won't be dim sum, and while there will be a few familiar things to make it recognizably a morning meal, there will also be morning meal dishes as enjoyed in Korea, albeit all reinterpreted according to Chef Yang's imagination.

 

Sorry if that's not terribly descriptive, I have a hard time describing the food at Joule too for the same reason! I will post a menu as soon as it's finalized. We start brunch on January 8.

 

Pat

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Two great meals so far at Revel, get thee hence, posthaste!

 

Seif described the brunch menu as normal brunch meets dim sum meets Korean hangover food. The drinks from Quoin are pretty solid too. I can see myself spending a lot of time here.

 

Rocky

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Impromptu lunch at Revel today. Very tasty food and I love the space. Short rib dumplings and noodles with duck meatballs were my favorites.

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We open for brunch tomorrow, and will be doing brunch every Saturday and Sunday, 10am - 2pm.

 

Egg

Cold smoked escolar, soft boiled egg, arugula 12

Shrimp egg foo young, Thai basil 10

 

Pancake

Bittersweet chocolate, kumquat, orange syrup 8

"Pecan pie", Asian pear chutney, creme fraiche 8

 

Sandwich

Quince breakfast patty, spicy maple syrup 12

Kalbi burger, cheese, red onion pickle 14

 

Porridge

Kabocha, rum raisin, brown sugar 8

Andouille, shrimp, ginger-scallion 10

 

Noodle (w/egg)

Pork Belly Kimchi Ramen

Korean Hangover Soup, black pudding, rice and kale

 

Thank you,

Pat

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Nice look back in Eater over the past year. Congratulations on the accomplishment. Cooking classes, outdoor dining weather permitting, lots of stuff going on,

 

 

Did brunch take off immediately?

We offer a really eclectic brunch menu. Revel features sweet coffee caramel roll to savory mushroom porridge to housemade ramen. People were really excited to have broad option for brunch. Especially during the summer time, our deck really becomes the center of the "universe" in Fremont.

 

How was the opening of Revel different than the opening of Joule?

Revel opened with lunch, dinner and shortly after brunch, seven days week. Someone is always there and something's always going on in that place. Opening Revel and operating the restaurant in full speed right away was not easy, but everything went really well.

 

A celebration with dumplings

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Nice mention that Tom Colicchio had (another) dinner at Revel. He must really enjoy it, given the many choices in the area.

 

 

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