Jinjuu, meaning "pearl', is founded by celebrity chef Judy Joo. Located in the iconic, newly built California Tower, Jinjuu seamlessly merges traditional and contemporary styles of cuisine and design, aims to give the guests an unique Korean dining experience.
Jinjuu is owned by celebrity Korean-American chef Judy Joo and it is located in the heart of Lan Kwai Fong, on the ground floor of the modern LKF Tower. The restaurant is split into two sections; a front section for the bar and drinks; and a back section for dining. It is often packed, even on quiet weeknight evenings. The menu is similarly split, into small plates or snacks; and larger sharing plates. The concept of Jinjuu is modern Korean, so don't be surprised to find fusion concepts such as fried chicken sliders; bulgogi beef tostadas; or even a Philly cheese steak and kimchi mandoo (steamed dumpling). More traditional dishes also get a look in, such as bibimbap; jap chae; or the signature whole Korean fried chicken, or for those with a smaller appetite; the smaller version with just three pieces of chicken thigh. There are also signature menus for those who are intimidated by the large menu.