JUA – Bangkok, Thailand
Recommended by Taste of Bangkok August 2018
Chef Chet Adkins is an amazing chef.
In Japan, the term kushiyaki refers to skewered meats and fresh vegetables grilled over binchotan, or Japanese charcoal. At JUA we take this idea a few steps further. In addition to classic kushiyaki, our chefs dish out an assortment of japanese and korean delicasies prepared à la minute and served, tapas-style, on plates meant for sharing. This is unpretentious drinking food best enjoyed with good friends and family. Our beverage menu is a thoughtful collection of craft beers, unique wines, handcrafted cocktails, artisanal sake and rare, small-batch spirits.
The intimate yet functional space comfortably seats up to 40 guests and is located near the Chao Praya River in Talat Noi, Bangkok’s emerging “Creative District”. The 3-story building was formerly a baan kaanphanan, or illegal gambling house, that operated for more than 25 years. JUA is a reference to the game of Siamese blackjack, otherwise known as pok daeng, and loosely translates to “hit me!” in the original Thai. The name serves as a playful tribute to the building’s nefarious past.
JUA’s primary goal is to promote a memorable social atmosphere that encourages an after work snack, happy hour cocktails or a night out. A place to relax, unwind, and enjoy food and drink as they are meant to be enjoyed, in a immaculately-designed space that combines the spirit of Osaka’s backstreets with vibrant energy and laidback soul of Bangkok’s old town.
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