A hop, skip, and a jump from Jermyn Street in neighbouring Soho, Jinjuu is offering brunch-goers a delicious bottomless menu that is sure to be a refreshing break from traditional Easter fare. Visitors to the restaurant can pair a selection of bottomless drinks, including Jinjuu’s unique cocktail creations, with the first-class Korean cuisine that makes it such a Soho hit.Jinjuu Fried Chicken (2)Among the signature cocktails is the Five Berry Bellini, a bubbly cocktail made with Korean Omijacha, a unique flavoured berry that has an enticingly sour bite, and the Spiced Kimchi Mary, a Korean take on the classic Bloody Mary, combining kimchi spice mix infused Soju and fresh tomato juice. Drinks are accompanied by a number of sharing plates to start, one being the famous Korean Fried Chicken Wings, succulent chicken encased in a wonderfully crispy, cracking crust that makes this one of Jinjuu’s most popular dishes.

Tibbatts Abel - Jin Juu, London Copyright - Richard Southall

[Tibbatts Abel – Jin Juu, London.Copyright – Richard Southall]

To follow, there is a selection of five Ssam Platters, including grilled Sea Bream infused with fragrant ginger and served with pickled cucumbers and a spring onion salad. Another option is the Bulgogi Beef Skewers, three skewers of the finest grass-fed beef fillet, marinated in a blend of traditional Korean spices, these are accompanied by a kimchi béarnaise and a watercress salad.

Guests can choose from two bottomless drinks options priced at £20 and £35 respectively. The Sunday lunch food menu starts at £20 for 2 courses. Sunday opening hours are 12pm to 11pm and Sunday lunch is served between 12pm and 8pm.

Jinjuu (15 Kingly Street London W1B5PS)