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Joule Review

This nouvelle take on a Korean steak house serves meat options like brisket steak with sweet chili rub and pickled pearl onions, and short rib with Kalbi and grilled kimchi. The new Joule, in the modern-funky new Fremont Collective building, replaced the original, less focused Wallingford restaurant of Rachel Yang and Seif Chirchi, who have generally wowed Seattle diners with their French-fusion spins on Asian cuisine (at Joule and at Fremont's Revel). Non-meat menu items include smoked tofu with honshimejo (mushroom) confit and soy truffle vinaigrette and mackerel with green curry cilantro crust and black currant, while a weekend brunch buffet goes slightly more mainstream with a fruit and pastry buffet, as well as entrées like oatmeal-stuffed porchetta.

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  • No lunch.
Updated: 01-24-2013

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