The folks behind Joule in Wallingford are starting a new venture in Fremont. Rachel Yang and Seif Chirchi will open a more casual, budget-conscious restaurant called Revel in Fremont late this year, Seattle Magazine reported this morning.
Allison Austin Scheff writes that the married Joule chef-owners “are going Korean-casual when their second restaurant opens, with a menu of Korean pancakes, salads, dumplings, noodles and rice.” All dishes will be under $15.
The Revel space is on the corner of 36th and Phinney, and, writes Scheff, “they’re putting in a bar on the corner—named Quoin, the architectural term for cornerstone—and both will feature large back decks.”
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