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Publication: The Stranger
Date published: January 20, 2011
Language: English
PMID: 59135
Journal code: STRR

FREMONT

Revel

403 N 36th St, 547-2040 / $-$$

*****

Reviewed by Foodie39

I have been lucky enough to eat at Revel a few times since they opened. Their five-spice duck meatball noodle is the best dish I have ever eaten. Chefs Seif and Rachel have a deep understanding of fl avors and how they work together. The menu is fun, diverse, and promotes sharing! I was one of the first in the door for their new brunch menu: quince sandwiches, kabocha and rum raisin porridge, kimchi ramen with pork belly, chocolate pancake with kumquat and basil cream, Korean hangover soup, and even a standard breakfast for your friends who aren't adventurous: eggs, bacon, scallion hash browns, and toast for $8. Revel has a fun and hip, yet family-oriented, feel. You are sure to get a personal dining experience, with friendly faces and incredible food.

Avg. rating: ***** (based on 2 reviews)

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