You know us, we love to see a pop-up go permanent, especially right before the end of the year. Seattle’s beloved Korean pop-up – Ohsun Banchan now has a permanent new home, and perhaps one of the largest Banchan menus in the city. Here’s where to find it!
If you’re unfamiliar with Banchan, it’s actually the side dish served with rice alongside most Korean meals. A good example is kimchi, pickled veggies, and seasoned spinach among many others.
Ohsun Banchan Deli & Cafe is now open in Pioneer Square and features counter service, drinks, and even functions as a spot to grab pantry items. There are no reservations needed, all you have to do is stop by and give it a try.
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What’s more, the menu is quite inclusive, 50% of offerings are vegan and all are 100% gluten-free. So no matter your food preferences or needs, Ohsun is a great place to try something new and tasty.
What are you waiting for? Get on down to Pioneer Square and give them a try, be sure to have some patience as new restaurants always have a few kinks to be worked out.
Ohsun Banchan Deli & Cafe
Where: 221 1st. Ave S.
Hours: December: Wednesday-Saturday 11 AM- 7 PM, January: Wednesday-Saturday 11 AM- 7 PM & Sunday 11 AM-4 PM
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