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Excitement fills the air as ANJU Restaurant & Bar, a contemporary Korean establishment, opens its doors at Civic Square in Elements Mall. Their menu showcases a fusion of traditional Korean ingredients and culinary techniques with a Western twist.
Be sure to check out their Galibijang & Jeonbogjang (HK$178), a refreshing take on the popular Korean dish featuring scallops, abalone, dried seaweed and salmon roe. Other raw delicacies worth a try are the Chamchi Hoe (HK$168), a sweet-sour-spicy tuna carpaccio, and the Bang-eo Hoe (HK$168), kingfish wrapped in lettuce with avocado purée.
ANJU’s culinary offerings extend beyond the traditional fare. They serve innovative dishes like the Heirloom Tomato, Kimchi & Fresh Burrata Cheese (HK$168), a refreshing combination of tomatoes, soft cheese and a medley of seasonings. For anyone craving noodles, their Anju Bibim Gugsu (HK$108) is worth a try. The dish is a reimagined version with soba noodles from Jeju Island, seasonal vegetables and a medley of flavorful ingredients.
Meat lovers can savor the Kkaennip Mandu (HK$92), a perilla leaf dumpling filled with pork and squid, or indulge in the succulent Yangnyeom Chicken (HK$198), a house signature dish featuring crispy local three-yellow chicken stir-fried with a tangy sauce. You can also give their grilled pork belly options a try, including the Samgyeopsal Gui (HK$208), served with fresh sides and wrapped in lettuce or cabbage.
End your dining experience on a sweet note with their desserts, such as the Oatmilk Panna Cotta (HK$78) and the Poached Pear (HK$78). To compliment your meals, don’t forget to explore their beverage options, such as the Kimchi Mary (HK$138) and their Melona Soju Cocktail (HK$138).