Situated in the trendy Carnaby district in Soho, Jinjuu serves up two different fun and casual dining concepts. The ground floor’s menu focuses on small dishes based on “anju”, which is food that you eat when you drink. Plates such as their signature and addictive Korean fried chicken, bulgogi style burgers, and traditional savory dumplings will take center stage, along side creative soju cocktails and beer. Downstairs showcases more of a full dining experience with large sharing platters and, of course, the much loved and famed Korean barbecue.
|Typical meal price||From £26.00 per diner|
£26 to £40
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Venue Details & Map
15 Kingly StreetLondonW1B 5PS
Top 5 reviews of Jinjuu Soho
One of the few places in the area that offered awning for outside seating and since it was raining we popped in for some pre-dinner wine. The service was friendly and very tolerant since we switched tables-no problem! They served a bowl of spicy and not so spicy crisps which was nice to munch on. more
This place is chic and delicious. I wish Jinjuu was in NYC. The prawns were amazing and bursting with a spicy flavor. The brownie is uniquely prepared with sweet yet spicy kick. more
So excruciatingly bland in flavour and confused in it's style. The waiter was lovely, food was hot and quick, the cocktails delicious. But I have to wonder if the chef tasted the food. I vote no.
I thought that this was a Korean restaurant. Vegetable crisps with guacamole?
I do not compute this fusion.
Had to skip the sweet potato noodle as I have never had a plate... more
Excellent night out in the Carnaby Street area of London at this Korean restaurant.
We were a group of 5 and were entertained to a feast of flavoursome food ranging from Kimchi Carnitas Fries, tuna tacos, Mandoo (steamed meat dumplings) and the very tasty Bulgogi beef skewers.
We ate towards the back of the top floor seating area at a 'sociable' table and were further entertained and... more
What a gem of a place.
Amazing fusions within Korean and oriental flavours. The small plates were interesting and very rich, specially the mushroom tacos.
For mains the Korean fried cauliflower was something. Flavours were good but not out of this world. Amazing cocktails options and very creative. I tried the interview and k-pop pornstar ( even the names were funny). Definitely recommend and... more