Ju-Ni is an Omakase-only place with an intimate setting and Michelin-starred cuisine in San Francisco.
With only 12 seats and a L-shaped bar, every 4 guests receive personalized attention and 18 hand-crafted courses. Chef Paul Luong gave us an incredible, yet relaxing, and enjoyable experience. Here are a few highlights from this amazing Omakase menu at Ju-Ni.
When my sweet tooth calls my name, I typically don’t opt for donuts. But this time, I did because I learned about a place called Gonutz for Donuts in Fremont, CA that had amazing decorated donuts. I had to check them out.
Chef Tu David Phu (of An: A Vietnamese Experience) teamed up with Chef Keone Koki (of Commis) and Chef Edward Martinez of (Lazy Bear) and hence T.E.K. at AlaMar Kitchen & Bar in Oakland, CA. Foodies in the San Francisco Bay Area and fans of these chefs congregated together for this amazing, unique dining experience.
We began our meal on a high note with a cocktail, made by Chef Nelson German of AlaMar. What a special treat to have a cocktail made by the chef himself! If you love blueberries like me, then you will love this! The amount of sweetness was just right, and it tasted like a delicious, “liquored up” blueberry juice. The mint made the drink refreshing.
Hubby and I had the pleasure to attend AN‘s March 4th One Year Anniversary in Oakland, CA with my fellow Foodie friends. It was also my and hubby’s first Pop-Up Dining experience ever. Heard of the amazing Chef Tu and lovers of Vietnamese food, we were very excited about this experience! We were so impressed by what we were going to sample in the evening: