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Unveiling Trove, Rachel Yang's New Korean Barbecue, Noodle Counter, Bar, and Parfait Window


[Photos: S. Pratt]

This Sunday, Chefs Rachel Yang and Seif Chirchi (Joule, Revel) officially introduce Seattle to their latest and most ambitious project, Trove. A quick review of the space's four concepts housed under one, 4,000-square-foot roof:

·Trove Noodle. A counter with an open kitchen facing Pike St. serving made-to-order, hand-formed noodles. Yang calls it "rowdy, loud, and fun."
·Trove parfait. Three rotating custard flavors with toppings including miso, black sesame, and caramel. Yang says, "Each bite will give you many elements. Think sweet, creamy, crunchy, salty."
·Trove Bar. A small bar with a big painting of Mt. Rainier erupting. Six taps, rare international bottled beers, and cocktails.
·Trove BBQ. Meat arrives pre-sliced for grilling, alongside homemade sauces, kimchis, and other small hot and cold Korean dishes to assemble meals tableside. Plus, non-grill communal seating with access to shareable menu items.
· Trove [Facebook]
· All Trove Coverage [-ESEA-]

Trove

500 East Pike Street, , WA 98122 (206) 457-4622 Visit Website

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