Hanjan: Coffee, Karaoke, and Korean Fried Chicken

When you first step inside this Korean restaurant on 99 Street, you might be impressed with a space made warm with strings of patio lights, planks of rustic-chic wood on floors and walls, and inviting areas to sit—either under umbrella-ed patio tables, or in semi-private, cozy booths on the perimeter of the room. Hanjan feels like a park, sort of.

I’m always on the lookout for a good brunch spot, so after Hanjan announced they’d be serving brunch, and specifically Korean fried chicken and waffles on Sunday, we mounted up and headed south.

We got waffles and a whole lot more—but not really brunch stuff. Coffee and kimchi? Read all about the experience here.


Author: Twyla Campbell

World-wide wanderer, CBC Edmonton AM Restaurant Reviewer, Member of Edmonton’s Slow Food convivium, oenophile, epicurean explorer and a freelance writer whose works have appeared in several magazines and newspapers including More, Above & Beyond, Avenue (Edmonton), Up Here, Northern Flyer, Opulence, City Palate, the Edible Prairie Journal, The Edmonton Journal, Slow Food Canada, Lifestyle Alberta, and on Slow Food Edmonton’s website. Grant MacEwan University (Professional Writing Program) Bachelor of Applied Communications Degree (in progress). I’m a Tweeter @wanderwoman10