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This Fremont gem is owned by husband-wife chef duo Rachel Yang and Seif Chirchi, who met while cooking at New York's Alain Ducasse at the Essex House. According to their website, even though "both... Read More
This Fremont gem is owned by husband-wife chef duo Rachel Yang and Seif Chirchi, who met while cooking at New York's Alain Ducasse at the Essex House. According to their website, even though "both chefs have a distinctly different point of view, their tastes blend together to create modern, creative and seamless cuisine in their restaurants." (They also own nearby Joule.) The successful result of their merged talents? Urban-style Korean comfort food (small plates perfect for sharing) that ranges from dumplings and pancakes with pork belly, kimchi and bean sprouts to scrumptious dishes of noodles (think Dungeness crab, seaweed noodle, creme fraiche, spicy red curry) and rice (try the short rib, sambal daikon and mustard greens). Diners delight in the charming ambience, too; walls are covered with funky art in this re-imagined former industrial building, transformed thanks to the innovative use of glass, metal, wood and other unexpected materials.
403 N 36th St
Seattle, WA 98104
- Best Restaurants: "Grab a drink before your meal on the back deck of adjoining Quoin, where creative cocktails and a cozy fire pit steal the show."
- Recommended as Best Restaurants Because: Urban-style Korean comfort food shines in this welcoming, art-filled Fremont space.