We appreciated a nice lunch during our stay in seattle with ramen ribs and eclairs till 2 pm and john was really nice
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Really interesting fusion menu choices, but be prepared to pay. This is not an end of the month dinner. Also, I went mid-summer and it was pretty crowded inside, making it hot enough to boil a monkey's bum at the bar.
"Eek! Methinks not." Totally my thoughts on this overrated and overpriced restaurant. My friends and I came here for brunch after hearing raving reviews that this place is amazing and boy were we disappointed. A friend and I had ordered the "Revel Ramen" and dang...More
We'd both heard great things about Revel but had never tried it. Happened upon it while strolling through Fremont, and popped in for a Wednesday lunch. Beautiful July sunny afternoon, so we sat on the deck. Not a great view, just a parking lot, but...More
Good fusion flavors using fresh ingredients. Our table ordered 3 of the Dungenness crab noodle bowls and they all were good but had slightly different amounts of veggies, creme, and ginger. Prices were fair to high for the portion size. The building was not conducive...More
We love Asian flavors and when our daughter suggested Revel, we jumped at the opportunity. We went for Saturday brunch, timed it perfectly as we got seated immediately before the crowd started filling the seats. We started with drinks and I had a fantastic kimchee...More
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