Jinjuu is now offering fresh semi-buffet brunch experience with DJ’s funky house tunes. The brunch is served from 12pm to 3pm for HK$400 per person (semi buffet with main course & dessert), HK$250 per adult (for semi buffet only) & HK$200 per child (age 4-12), with the option of free-flow Louis Roederer Brut NV Champagne and house wines for an additional HK$200.
Guests can choose from an enticing array of starters from the appetiser counter, which includes stations for kimbap, fried chicken, seafood, soup, salad, bagels, and even a ‘make your own’ bibimbap. Main dishes include Korean favourites such as Bulgogi Fillet Steak with Grilled Vegetables and Straw Potato, Iberico Bossam Pork Belly, and Kalbi Jjim USDA Short Ribs, to name a few. Vegetarians, you aren’t forgotten – join the party by opting for the Grilled Seasonal Vegetables served with Tempura Shimeji Mushrooms and Yuja Aioli.
At an additional HK$50 per person, indulge on a special tasting platter of Jinjuu’s famous drool-worthy desserts to share, which includes the Strawberry Mess, Snickers Hotteok Stuffed with Salted Caramel and Roasted Peanuts, Fried Apple Mandoo Pie, and Hazelnut and Gochugaru Brownie.
On 26 & 27 March only, Jinjuu has prepared a fun Easter weekend for families to enjoy. For the same prices, on top of the usual semi-buffet brunch, a scrumptious candy corner will be set up for the little ones to indulge their sweet tooth. Adults will receive an Easter egg containing a prize – and whether it’s a complimentary dish, drink or special discount at Jinjuu, it’s for you to find out. Kids under 8 years old eat for free, and all attending children will receive a chocolate egg.
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