Upscale, stunningly plated and delicious Korean cuisine is what makes JANG such a popular option for lunch or dinner in Hong Kong’s Central. But it’s not just the food that keeps diners coming back again and again – the restaurant is gorgeously decorated, complete with modern design elements and mood lighting, plus some of the city’s most competent and polite service. You’ll find this chic restaurant way up high on the 18th floor of The L. Place on Queen’s Road Central, only moments from Sheung Wan and Central stations.
The food is overall quite nice except it's a bit pricy in view of the portion. Not enough man power so that service is bit slow. Overall food is nice
For a sophisticated Korean dining experience in Central, JANG is where you want to be. Despite providing such a high-end environment, Hong Kong’s JANG is surprisingly affordable, and features numerous specials that make it all the more attractive to visit. Come by from Mondays to Wednesdays in the evening for two hours of all-you-can-drink Korean beer, cocktails, mocktails, juice and soft drinks, all for one low price. There are also lunch specials and changing special menus aplenty – but you’ll have to book ahead to catch these great deals.
JANG is open every day of the week – on the 18th floor of Hong Kong’s The L. Place – on Queen’s Road Central, so you’ll have plenty of opportunities to sample the restaurant’s incredibly tasty dishes. We recommend starting off with an appetizer like the crispy marinated beef salad in a Korean-style yuzu dressing, the cold tofu with garlic & mushroom, or the pan-fried pork dumpling salad. Fans of BBQ love the grilled barbecue beef bulgogi and the grilled pork belly, but main dishes like the stir-fried spicy pork with kimchi and tofu and the braised chilli chicken with onion, potato, red chilli and spring onion are also tasty options. Vegetarian items are clearly labeled on the menu, so don’t fret if meat isn’t your thing – the dwen jang ji gae (soup made with soybean paste, potato, onion and tofu) is a popular choice among herbivorous diners.