Ju Shin Jung, Korean Charcoal BBQ, East Coast

Ju Shin Jung, Korean Charcoal BBQ, East Coast

Ju Shin Jung, Korean Charcoal BBQ, East Coast

Here we have (L-R), pork cutlet, black pork belly thinly cut, Wagyu steaks and rib skirt. Yep a carnivore delight. Love this stuff – well worth the pinch on the pocket.

Ju Shin Jung, Korean Charcoal BBQ, East Coast have 4 outlets on the island. Our choice today was 1018 East Coast Parkway. +65 6447 9279 and/or www.jushinjung.com. It certainly is not the cheapest by any means, coming in at $350 for 3 adults, and 2 kids. We did have prawns and, wagyu beef though. I had a couple of beers. So I think still that $70 a head maybe a tad expensive, bearing in mind you are cooking this yourself. So not it is not cheap. But quality grub, & plentiful amounts.

Now a tad misleading methinks in that the restaurant is called Ju Shin Jung, Korean Charcoal BBQ, East Coast. Focus in at that word charcoal. Now have a looksie at the photo above – yep not a briquette or coal in sight. It is all electric grills. Now I am not saying it is not tasty and delicious, but it is a tad mis-representation is it not?

Ju Shin Jung, Korean Charcoal BBQ, East Coast

This is what you get inclusive as part of your lunch. 

No matter what you order, al la carte or set lunch you always get this plethora of sides. It’s like Korean tapas. Now there is a gap in the plates bottom left – I wonder why? Can you see the little hand bottom left, yep this is Baby Jude’s seating area, so everything is set out of arms reach, ha ha. So what do we have here, tofu with red bean, onion salad, lettuce with thousand island dressing – Korean style, kimchi (of course), spinach with hot sauce, Ikan Bilis with peanut, lettuce with kimchi dressing, soup, and the basket – now the basket is important because you are supposed to cook your meats to you preferred doneness, then take a lettuce leaf, spread the red bean paste, lay in some chopped garlic and then your cooked meat, sprinkle with a little salt, roll that bad boy up and tuck in.

Ju Shin Jung, Korean Charcoal BBQ, East Coast

And we’re off. Here come the prawns. Loads of meat to come afterwards – pork, wagyu, rib skirt etc. I was self-serving myself today, The Semi-Naked Chef’s turn to cook. 

Ju Shin Jung, Korean Charcoal BBQ, East Coast

Mary and Glenda enjoyed this one as a sharing plate. Beef and Octopus Soup. Looks amazing doesn’t it. The broth was real nice and beefy with a load of chili. Boom. You get your own wee burner on the table top and again cook away yourself. Nice!

Ju Shin Jung, Korean Charcoal BBQ, East Coast

Next up is mine and Ollie’s sharing dish. Beef kimchi soup. Oh yeah baby, this was a cracker. Flipping spicy, but in a real good way – sort of warming not punchy, with intense beef flavours and then that little hot and sourness of the kimchi – delicious!!!

Ju Shin Jung, Korean Charcoal BBQ, East Coast, one to come and have a bite at if you’re in the area. I do like the cook it yourself concept, especially with my Mary who likes her pork like it has been burnt at the stake. It’s family fun as everyone gets involved, and this is great place to do that family meal. Go on have a look folks. ENJOY!!!

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