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Joule



3506 Stone Way N
Seattle, WA 98103

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(206) 632-5685

Hours

  • Sunday: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm, 5:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Monday: 5:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 5:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 5:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Thursday: 5:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Friday: 5:00 am - 11:00 pm
  • Saturday: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm, 5:00 am - 11:00 pm

Cuisine: Korean Restaurants

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4.8 of 5.0 from 62 reviews


price range:$11 to $25

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Joule Reviews

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  • JYBacon breakfast

    55555 by JY


  • Eugene SSmoked tofu and short rib steak ("galbi") are awesome. Great cocktails too!

    55555 by Eugene S


  • Brian W.Spicy rice cakes were fantastic.

    55555 by Brian W.


  • Angela W.Incredible meal. Best dish was the rice cakes! Great cocktails too. Be prepared to wait.

    55555 by Angela W.


  • SamIncredible service. The bartender let us sample a couple of the wines and topped our glasses off as we were wrapping up.

    55555 by Sam


  • Amirhossein M.Don't order the grits it is not what you like.

    33333 by Amirhossein M.


  • Maher BegThe brunch menu is spectacular! Try the chicken and waffles!

    55555 by Maher Beg


  • Ham THad the smoked tofu, spicy rice cakes, short rib steak, and octopus. All were pretty good! Two thumbs up!

    55555 by Ham T


  • Andrew JThis is not Korean food.

    55555 by Andrew J


  • Eric NelsonBrunch changes monthly and is one of the best in the city. Dinner is based on steak, but don't miss the spicy rice cakes or the crispy eggplant

    55555 by Eric Nelson


  • Robert CSmoked tofu (pictured) and octopus with pork belly are amazing. Didn't have anything that wasn't good.

    55555 by Robert C


  • Mary SDelicious brunch and buffet with sides. Try the pancake. So yummy!

    55555 by Mary S


  • Ryan M.Brunch was delicious!! Everything we tried was very good. Would recommend the Waffle for sure!

    55555 by Ryan M.


  • Neena JMake sure to get the rice cakes!

    55555 by Neena J


  • Alice DGo for brunch! They have a different theme monthly.

    55555 by Alice D


  • sheela t.Rice cakes with chorizo

    55555 by sheela t.


  • Sherry L.One of the best restaurants in Seattle. The short rib steak is a must have. The kimchi is made in house and very good. The tapioca dessert is awesome too!

    55555 by Sherry L.


  • Angela W.Stars of the show here are definitely the spicy rice cakes with chorizo as well as the kalbi-marinated short rib steak with grilled kimchi!

    55555 by Angela W.


  • Lauren DTry something from every course. The flavors of the dishes are so unique and scrumptious. Beef tartare was to die for.

    55555 by Lauren D


  • Wambui SGreat atmosphere clean and bright, small tables but adequate. Great food esp brunch. Perfect potion sizes. Scan the web site first as their buffet is themed and changes from month to month.

    55555 by Wambui S


  • Gustavo MartinsI don't wanna say "everything is good", bit that's the feeling I have after trying 7 itens of their menu. The chef is so inventive and the dishes so well prepared... Must go!

    55555 by Gustavo Martins


  • Immanuel CGluten-free menu is very handy. Great maitake and octopus!

    55555 by Immanuel C


  • Holly CameronThe rice cakes and the cold noodles are amazing! Cocktails and beer selection are also great.

    55555 by Holly Cameron


  • sheela t.Potato hash with chili remoulade and smoked mackerel salad

    55555 by sheela t.


  • Lillian Y.A very neat eatery in Fremont. Make sure to check out their brunch with themed buffet.

    55555 by Lillian Y.


  • Agatha Y.Fish is great here. Try their joule box dessert too!

    55555 by Agatha Y.


  • StefanI like the weekend brunch. More Spanish than Korean but hit the spot.

    55555 by Stefan


  • Jan GrodeckiBeen here for the second time and everything was amazing. Very nice bartender.

    55555 by Jan Grodecki


  • HaleyWagyu, rice cakes, broccoli & salmon are all excellent. Skip the tofu & cauliflower.

    55555 by Haley


  • Kathie R.The flavors combinations in their dishes are outstanding. A Seattle restaurant must try.

    55555 by Kathie R.


  • skinny_cyclistoctopus, short ribs, escarole, whatever. Anything these chefs put on a plate is delicious. Joule IS our go-to place for out of town guests and it's a hit every time.

    55555 by skinny_cyclist


  • Derek P.Dinner over brunch.

    55555 by Derek P.


  • Dan P.A refreshing take on Brunch

    55555 by Dan P.


  • Lisa HinchliffeUnique preparations - all well executed.

    55555 by Lisa Hinchliffe


  • stew tongI think their spicy rice cakes with chorizo and seaweed risotto are 2 of the best dishes I've had in Seattle. Those are great examples of fusion done right.

    55555 by stew tong


  • Kyle B.The Wagyu Bavette and Cold-Smoked Escolar were out of this world, crazy good.

    55555 by Kyle B.


  • Chefs FeedJason Stoneburner, chef of Bastille Cafe & Bar, eats here on his nights off. He loves the Cornbread.

    55555 by Chefs Feed


  • Mingfei Y.Joule box is the best dessert i had for a while .. great combination.

    55555 by Mingfei Y.


  • Serious EatsDon't drink on an empty stomach: come for brunch, which includes an all-you-can-eat buffet.

    55555 by Serious Eats


  • Denise D.Spice Rice Cake with Chorizo and Pickled Mustard Greens

    55555 by Denise D.


  • Graham C.Truly a Korean fusion jewel. I highly suggest the kimchi and kalbi.

    55555 by Graham C.


  • Dennis P.Order the spicy rice cakes. Sooo good. Especially if you can handle the heat.

    55555 by Dennis P.


  • Mike B.This is a first... Gulp... Must have the Tofu.... OMG! For shame...but yeah, eat that.

    55555 by Mike B.


  • skinny_cyclistAll of it is amazing. Just pick anything, seriously. Great staff and service too.

    55555 by skinny_cyclist


  • Connie L.First-come-first-serve seating at the bar if you don't have a reservation. Everything is wonderful, but my favorite is the Mackerel and Smoked Tofu salad - tons of dynamic flavor!

    55555 by Connie L.


  • Joshua M.Duck fried rice was amazing. Great food!

    55555 by Joshua M.


  • Craig O.Very good savory food. Ambience and staff is top-notch. Buffet has a lot of variety with good ingredients. Entrees are also very good, but slightly heavier.

    55555 by Craig O.


  • Andrew NagerSpicy rice cake!! Play of texture and spice.

    55555 by Andrew Nager


  • EaterThe French/Korean fusion restaurant continues to inspire. Weekend brunch is also notable: an urban barbecue format that features a communal table filled with all sorts of goodies. [Eater 38 Member]

    55555 by Eater


  • Maekaila MonteroA fantastic meal overall, but the standouts were the spicy cake with chorizo, duck pastrami fried, and the joule box dessert is a must!

    55555 by Maekaila Montero


  • Seth Y.35 stone buck cocktail is quite good!

    55555 by Seth Y.


  • Loren M.Awesome food. Went with several of the small plates ... broccoli, octopus, mushrooms, etc

    55555 by Loren M.


  • Andrea N.Reservations at 7:45 are supposed to mean 7:45 right? Not 8:30...

    11111 by Andrea N.


  • Nick SherrillOne of the most original and tasty brunches in Seattle. Highly recommend for people tired of the same-old.

    55555 by Nick Sherrill


  • Karen S.Want a little heat? Try the spicy rice cake with chorizo - super tasty East meets West!

    55555 by Karen S.


  • Cyndy E.The food was really salty.

    22222 by Cyndy E.


  • Michael S.Labeled as Asian, but doesn't even come close. Food is mediocre and bland and def not worth the advanced reservations /hour wait for a table. Total disappointment.

    22222 by Michael S.


  • EaterThe Fremont Joule is a celebration of the Korean steakhouse. The eight ounce short rib steak, kalbi-style served with grilled kimchi sounds particularly tantalizing. [Eater 38 Member]

    55555 by Eater


  • Jon K.Can't miss have the McTwist

    55555 by Jon K.


  • Dustin K.The drinks were tasty but the staff was not welcoming and not very helpful.

    55555 by Dustin K.


  • Erik P.The sesame waffle and chicken fried steak on the brunch menu is amazing!

    55555 by Erik P.


  • Kristoffer J.Good drip coffee, no espresso drinks.

    55555 by Kristoffer J.


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