This restaurant was one of the last we ate at on my recent trip to Seattle. My friend and I walked in and sat at the bar immediately. The waitress was slightly aloof, but the place was small, packed and the smell of bulgolgi hung in the air. It was very clean and the cooks were all very skilled (open kitchen completely visible from bar). We were tempted by the two tasting menus, but decided on the traditional tasting as the best judge for this little restaurant (only 36 seats the server informed me).
As the courses came I was surprised at how large the portions were! It is definitely a good idea to go hungry. Every bit of the menu was delicious, even their kimchi was great.
Reservations are recommended for this chic little Korean bistro in the heart of Pike Place Market, this restaurant is owned by the same restauranteurs as Bacco right next door in the same building.
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