Restaurant Jun’s

The restaurant’s chef de cuisine Kelvin Cheung experiments with Mediterranean, Asian, and Middle Eastern gastronomy all at once. It would be impossible to describe the project’s concept with just one sentence – its menu can satisfy the request of any guest. To gain an insight into the chef’s thinking, it’s best to order a tasting menu or book the chef’s table experience (for groups of 5 and more). Although Jun’s refers to itself as fine dining, the atmosphere here is very light and dynamic and doesn’t put you under obligation to have a formal dinner. On the weekends, DJs spin the records and crowds of friends come for brunch.