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Restaurant | Korean

Chan

Chan

Dinner - 3 Courses for $28

Appetizers

Kimchi samples + tuna tartare

Kimchi samples + steak tartare

Kimchi samples + stuffed yuba

Kimchi samples + choice of sliders

Kimchi samples + deep fried oysters

Entrées

Kimchi porkbelly with poached tofu

Braised short rib with fingerling potato and pear onion

Skillet bibimbap: seasonal vegetables, bulgogi beef, sunny side up egg

Marinated grilled short rib: daikou kimchi, arugula, slow poached egg

Smoked chicken confit: cucumber kimchi arugula, slow poached egg

Desserts

Rice bear ice cream

Ginger crème brulee

Offer details

Menus are subject to change.
Please call restaurant for menu details.
Not valid Friday, Saturday, or Sunday brunch.


Critic rating: Star rating

Chef/owner Heong soon Park uses the cuisine of his homeland to inspire - and cooking skills sharpened at The Art Institute of Seattle to refine - a collection of small plates that are uniformly well-executed and delicious. Gaze into your significant other's eyes at a table for two; or enjoy the show in the kitchen from a counter seat; either way Happy Hour is a great deal. Cocktails, beer, wine. Dinner and Happy Hour Tuesday-Saturday.

86 Pine St.
Seattle, WA 98101

Phone: 206-443-5443

http://www.chanseattle.com

Hours: Dinner 5-10 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday;
Happy hour 5-6:30 p.m. & 9p.m.-Close
Closed Sunday-Monday

Average price of a dinner entrée:
 Under $10
 $10 - $15
 $15 - $25
 $25 and over

Note: Price reflects average breakfast or lunch
entrée if that is restaurant's primary meal.

Meals available: Happy hour, Dinner

Alcohol: Wine, Beer, Liquor

Payment forms: All major credit cards

Parking: Paid parking, Street parking

Disabled access: Yes

From The Times

Restaurant review

Tradition fires the 'modern Korean fusion' menu at Chan (November 12, 2012)

By Providence Cicero

Chan's chef/owner Heong soon Park puts his own modern twist on Korean dishes at his Seattle restaurant: tart sliders, a steak tartare and a "kimchi paella" served in a cast-iron skillet and topped with a fried egg.

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