The Low Down
Parking: Like most Chicago streets, Clark requires ticketed parking, payable at several machines along the strip. For two hours, youÂll shell out $4.25.
Where to Sit: DonÂt judge a storefront by its main dining room. ThereÂs a whole other room to the left rear built for date nights and larger groups. With flickering candlelight, low banquette tables and sultry trip hop, the atmosphere is too cozy to leave for the noisier establishments along this stretch of Andersonville.
The Extras: A mouth full of kimchee begs for a palate cleanser like the signature ginger ice cream, a mild and creamy finale.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
Korean fare goes modern at this stylish spot with a small sit-down bar up front, dark-wood tables and a large mirror decorating deep crimson walls. Savvy servers fluently explain the exotic offerings on the menu, while the kitchen refinesâ¦
Well executed, a nice find
By kikuchiyo at Citysearch
I am a lover of Korean food, however not quite as adventurous as some korean restaurants demand. I found Jin Ju to be a good common grond for some... Read More
Citysearch Editorial Review
By Valerie Moloney at Citysearch
While the no-frills barbecues in Koreantown hold a rightful place in Chicago cuisine, locals needed a fancier spot to indulge in bulgogi--without w... Read More
Authentic Korean with a Chicago Flare
By treeman23 at Citysearch
Our server was polite, informative and speedy. The restaurant did not feel like a Korean restaurant, but the food was definitely SPOT ON! The menu ... Read More
By mybffisstacey at Citysearch
yyyyyyyuuuuuuuuuuuuuummmmmm\r the bbq beef is delicious u have to try it! thats all i get there! go there now! Read More
Jin Ju is a Pearl!
By chambanagrad at Citysearch
The name Jin Ju translates to pearl in Korean and it translates to that as a restaurant too. I grew up eating some Korean food, but as an adult I ... Read More