Joule has been one of our newest favorite restaurants (posted about their brunch here)… to the point we took all our out of town guests here during the holidays. I love their custom sign playing off their name and Korean-fusion theme.
Husband’s “Jalisco Campfire” made with tequila, agave, thai chili, and lime and my “Sweet Freedom” in the background of blood orange and elderflower liqueurs, lime, and makoli… so delicious!
Beer tartare with Asian pear and spicy code roe aioli.
Toast with oyster butter, smoked marrow, and pickled shallot.
Seaweed risotto, pickled leek, and smoked chili. Awesome twist on comfort food! Rachel Yang and Seif Chirchi, the husband and wife cooking duo, are seriously geniuses.
Spicy rice cake, chorizo, and pickled mustard green. Best take on dukbokki.
“That” short rib steak and grilled kimchi. Such flavorful kalbi.
Pork chop in date molasses with charred apple slaw.
Side of Chinese broccoli in walnut pesto.
Apple bread pudding, foie gras, and smokey buttermilk ice cream. Foie gras adds a smooth savory hint.
Joule box, pearl tapioca, and ruby grapefruit brulee in coconut.
Outdoor fire pit that I think they’ll add patio seating around come spring. Can’t wait until warmer weather!
Please keep finding delicious restaurants in Seattle! I love your accounts of them and I am so excited to go try this one!<3
omg this place looks amazing! the rice cake and cocktail both look and sound so delicious.
I'm gaining weight just by looking at these photos :O
The food looks delicious, that cheesecake!
All of these plates look absolutely delish!
I often find myself day dreaming of that seaweed risotto…::sigh::
Looks yum! especially the taro cake, i loveee taro,especially taro ice cream,hehe
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