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Map & Directions 86 Pine St.
Seattle, WA 98101
  • Asian, Korean
  • Sun, Tue-Sat 5pm-10pm
  • Takeout


Seattle Weekly's Description

Chan:n goes for a Westernized, fusion version of Korean food, which is probably to keep from scaring off Americans. Instead, it offers a less than authentic Korean cuisine that Korean food lovers should avoid. The food offers light, clean flavors—especially in the cold buckwheat noodle salad—but is lacking a punch of spice. The jewel-box space is beautiful, but with tiny portions, Cha:n would serve better as a bar with small plates to accompany a liquid lunch.

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  • Sonya G. on 11/07/13

    Awesome happy hour... The seafood scallion pancake, fried oysters, ahi tuna, both sliders and the rainbow soju...nothing disappointed

  • Maekaila M. on 07/03/13

    Everything is delicious, but be sure to get the bulgogi sliders!

  • Seattle Weekly on 05/11/12

    Fancy cocktails and creative Korean small plates. Get the tuna tartare, Bulgogi beef sliders, and green tea Creme brûlée.

  • Debashree M. on 03/25/14

    Trendy place with great cocktails. Loved the seafood pancake.

  • Thomas S. on 03/20/14

    Definitely grab a seat at the bar. Happy hour menu was really great with many options and we tried almost all of them. I'm not into spicy food but am trying to expand my pallet and this was perfect.

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    I wrote a first paragraph for this review, but I don't know if I'm ready to share it with you. I mean, I worked pretty hard on it: All the words are... More on Cha:n »


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