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Jinjuu, Review


Jinjuu, Review

4 Feb 2020

Restaurant and Bar

Step into a world of minimalist elegance as the predominantly black exterior façade seamlessly transitions into the modern interior décor.

Nestled on Kingly Street in the vibrant heart of Soho, London. Indulge in a tantalizing array of Korean comfort foods and sharing platters, or unwind with drinks at the sleek bar area. With seating spread over two floors and an inviting exterior terrace adorned with protective awnings, Jinjuu offers a stylish retreat from the unpredictable British weather.

On the ground floor, bask in the intimate glow of warm white feature lighting accentuating the long bar and hanging exposed bulb pendants. Marvel at the feature ceiling raft crafted from rusted corrugated sheeting, complementing the bar front’s welded rusted steel panels.

The ground floor boasts high seating areas opposite the bar, featuring unique cast concrete tables set into mirrored walls draped with silken fabrics for added allure. Venture to the end of the bar to discover a communal table suspended from the ceiling by steel chains, surrounded by luxurious low-back banquette seating and a captivating feature wall adorned with a motif of cranes against exposed brickwork.

Descend into the basement dining area to experience a faster-paced ambiance, characterized by exposed concrete ceilings, leather booth seating, and striking graphic wall art. For a whimsical touch, explore the washrooms adorned with K-pop and Korean propaganda posters, offering a tongue-in-cheek nod to Korean culture.

At Jinjuu, tradition meets modernity in a harmonious blend of design elements. Whether dining in the calming ground floor or the vibrant basement, each visit promises an unforgettable journey through Korean culinary delights.

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15 Kingly St, Carnaby, London W1F 9BP

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