Joule is a Jewel

You don’t expect a restaurant to have a nice and warm design in a warehouse style building. Joule does. The decor is really stylish and I love the blue and black creative wallpaper.

The Asian fusion and Korean food they serve is creative and flavorful. Dishes are meant to be shared but make sure to save room for dessert.
I would recommend to make a reservation but if you don’t, enjoy the outdoor fire pit with a cocktail or a glass of whatever you like on a nice evening!

Side Notes:
The restaurant adjoins The Whale Wins, which I wrote about a few months ago. To read the article bout Whale wins.
And check out Revel from the same owners/chefs I also wrote twice about: Winter lunch at Revel and Sunny day at Revel.

Joule3506 Stone Way North


Lunch with a view at Westward

I love this place. It looks like a beach restaurant with umbrellas and pier for boats. Located north of Lake Union, Westward offers a fabulous Seattle skyline view. If the weather is nice you can sit on the deck or have a glass sitting on Adirondack chairs around a fire pit.

The cuisine has some Greek and Mediterranean inspirations, like Grilled Haloumi cheese, Wild Salmon Gravelax with labneh and za’atar, Braised Lamb shoulder, Dungeness Crab tartine, or Keftehes lamb meat balls with roasted plums and Ras el Hanout.

Don’t forget to make a reservation. Open for lunch on Saturdays and Sundays.

2501 N. Northlake Way

You can read my previous post on Westward: Sunset at Westward