1. Chan Seattle (Opening Partie)

    Chan Seattle store front

    Chan Seattle

    Chef Park doing work in the kitchen

    Bulgogi sliders

    Chan Seattle

    Bi Bim Bap 

    Chan Seattle

    Chicken wings

    Chan Seattle

    Nicole Munson, Alix Rose, Jess Estrada

    Chan Seattle

    Chef Park chilling with the ladies (Nicole Munson, Stacee Edwards, Chef Park, Eileen LabertAlix Rose, Terri Ann Johnson, and Keridwyn Deller).

    Chan Seattle

    Chan Seattle 

    About a week ago, I had the opportunity to check out the Chan Seattle restaurant opening party. And man….was it a party! Who doesn’t love good food and drinks? Chan Seattle is a new korean fusion spot with a focus on local ingredients, located in Pike Place Market on Post. Chef Park whipped up some nice dishes which consisted of bi bim bap, bulgogi sliders, chicken wings, tuna tartare, and ginger creme brulee. I missed out on the tuna tartare and the creme brulee but was told by everyone that they were to die for and went fast. Of the dishes I did try, they were all delicious and had me taking multiple servings. 

    In addition to Chan Seattle’s creative menu, they make pretty solid asian inspired curated cocktails which were also served at the party. Midway through the nite I had to go with the traditional OB beer since I love lagers. The event was pretty social and got to hang with @JessEstrada and company. I can’t wait to come back for dinner. Shoutout to Keridwyn Deller for the kind invite. 

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  2. 
663 Bistro (Chinese food)
The spicy chicken wings here shut the fried chicken game down! I took a friend’s tip and damnnnnnn did it pan out.  These wings are spicy, garlicy, a lil salt, and some jalapenos.  Excellet with rice. A freakin deal at $6.  Each order comes with about 9-10, depending on your appetite more could be recommended. I also usually get the Singapore noodles (bbq pork)  cause of my love for curry (good but not the best).
This is definitely a top 5 fried chicken spot in Seattle and the #1 fried chicken Chinatown.
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    Singapore Noodles

    663 Bistro (Chinese food)

    The spicy chicken wings here shut the fried chicken game down! I took a friend’s tip and damnnnnnn did it pan out.  These wings are spicy, garlicy, a lil salt, and some jalapenos.  Excellet with rice. A freakin deal at $6.  Each order comes with about 9-10, depending on your appetite more could be recommended. I also usually get the Singapore noodles (bbq pork)  cause of my love for curry (good but not the best).

    This is definitely a top 5 fried chicken spot in Seattle and the #1 fried chicken Chinatown.

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  3. Pok Pok
One of life’s best creations, the fish sauce fried chicken wings. A hint of spice and hit of flavor. Definitely one of the hippest dishes in Portlandia.

    Pok Pok

    One of life’s best creations, the fish sauce fried chicken wings. A hint of spice and hit of flavor. Definitely one of the hippest dishes in Portlandia.

    Pok Pok on Urbanspoon