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Revel

(206) 547-2040

403 N 36th St

Seattle, WA 98103

Revel, a Korean restaurant in Fremont, has teamed up with their sister spot Joule to serve takeout from 5-7pm, serving everything from seared tuna rice bowls to spicy rice cakes with chorizo. But in addition to their regular to-go menu, they’ve partnered with Niman Ranch to provide a “Fremont Family Meal” every night that’s free of charge for those who need it. Plus, any tip or donation to Revel will go directly to support Seattle hospitality industry workers. And to find out more information about how to help the employees of the restaurant, check out this page.

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Seattle chef Rachel Yang’s cookbook, My Noodle Bowl, was published in 2017. But we wanted to shout it out in 2020 since Revel (one of Yang’s fantastic Korean restaurants) reopened this year after their space was completely renovated. So if you’ve ever found yourself at Revel, Joule, or Trove (we miss you Trove), happily hunched over a bowl of seaweed crab noodles, short rib dumplings, or fried cauliflower with bagna cauda, and want someone you love to be able to make these delicious dishes at home, it’s a perfect present. Support a local bookstore by ordering from Book Larder or Elliott Bay Book Company instead of throwing even more money at a 1.7 trillion dollar company.

Revel’s takeout menu features a bunch of the greatest hits from this Korean spot, but they’re also offering a complimentary family meal in partnership with Niman Ranch for those who need a hot dinner.

Revel is finally back in Fremont. The Korean restaurant and one of our Greatest Hits was temporarily located in South Lake Union while their permanent location finished renovations. They’re serving the same menu of rice bowls, kimchi pancakes, dumplings, salads, and noodles, but their liquor license is still pending.

This classic Seattle Korean spot was closed for renovations for a while, but now they’re back with a brand new patio that’s open for dine-in service from Tuesday-Saturday between 5-8pm.

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