Wondering where to eat dinner in Seattle? Look no further than Joule in Fremont.
We had some trepidations when we changed our dinner plans at Joule from two people to four people and then to five people during our visit to Seattle.
Usually, our favorite meals are enjoyed by just the two of us, hence the name 2foodtrippers. We can order what we want. We can share our plates or not share our plates. We can order a lot or a little. We can take photos of the food or not.
Were we making a mistake to spend one of our few meals in Seattle with Daryl’s childhood friend Adam who now lives in Seattle plus his wife and teenage son? Was this a recipe for disappointment or even disaster???
Since we know that you’re dying of suspense, we’ll put you out of your misery sooner than later. On second thought, first we’ll share our favorite photos of the exciting, modern Korean food served up at the Fremont restaurant owned by Rachel Yang and Seif Chirchi.
Rice and Noodles
Other than Steak
Despite our initial trepidations, our meal at Joule was great. By sharing our meal with three adventurous diners, we were able to taste more dishes than we would have without the company. As a bonus, the conversation flowed throughout the night and will hopefully be continued in Philadelphia or Seattle.
Great food. Great conversation. Dinner at Joule in Seattle was a resounding success.
Joule is located at 3506 Stone Way N, Seattle, WA 98103, United States.
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Important Update Many restaurants have revised their hours and menus due to COVID-19. Some may close, either temporarily or permanently, without notice. Be sure to check this restaurant’s website for updated information before your visit.
Saveur Magazine’s BEST TRAVEL BLOG award winners Daryl and Mindi Hirsch share their culinary travel experiences and recipes on the 2foodtrippers website and YouTube. The married Food and Travel content creators live in Lisbon, Portugal.
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