We are massive fans of Chef Judy Joo’s, JinJuu in London, so when were invited to try the new weekend Soju Brunch at JinJuu Hong Kong we were thrilled.
Brunch seems to be the ‘in’ thing at the moment among the foodie crowd, and when it involves unlimited booze and KFC (Korean Fried Chicken) we can certainly see why. The menu is extensive and encourages you to brunch like a true Korean. Feast on traditional Korean dishes such as Bibimbap, Jap Chae Noodles and Korean Fried Chicken as you indulge in glasses of delightful Soju Spirits. Besides Soju, Jinjuu’s weekend brunch comes with free flow options of premium alcohol like the Roederer Estate Sparkling Wine, Korean Beer and special Jinjuu cocktails.
The chefs at Jinjuu will also gladly whip up a plate of Jap Chae Noodles for you upon request. Made with a combination of chewy sweet potato noodles, bell peppers, onions, mushrooms and omlette, Jinjuu’s stir-fried Jap Chae Noodles are perfectly complimented by their tart and spicy homemade Kimchi. Each plate of noodles is prepared with a recipe perfected by Chef Patron Judy Joo, Executive Chef Andrew Hales, and Head Chef Sang Hyun Ko.
Jinjuu’s weekend Soju Brunch buffet is priced at HK$380 per adult (around £38), with an additional HK$50 (£5) per person, for the free flowing Louis Roederer Brut NV Champagne. If you are celebrating a special occasion, or just feel like treating yourself on the weekend, then brunch at Jinjuu will see you very well fed and maybe even a little tipsy!
A big thank you to the Jin Juu team for their hospitality and hosting, all opinions expressed are our own.