Who’s the chef? Canadian chef Kelvin Cheung moved to the UAE in 2021 after a 10-year-long stint in India to open his first Dubai restaurant. A third-generation Chinese-Canadian chef, he grew up in Chicago and worked in kitchens across North America, Hong Kong and India.
A fusion menu: While the word ‘fusion’ can strike fear in the hearts of many a gourmand, this melding of North American, Indian and Asian flavours somehow seems to work. The menu almost feels like a smorgasbord of the chef’s life so far, but it all blends into a cohesive whole. Diners can find dishes such as lamb koobideh tsukune and tempura za’atar chaat, alongside truffle gunpowder dosa cauliflower and kung pao tofu. There are also plenty of options for vegan and vegetarian diners.
Inside Jun’s: The restaurant is located on prime real estate with stunning views of the Burj Khalifa. Inside, the teal marble floor with dark furnishings and bronze accents lend themselves to creating an ambience of luxury.
A personal touch: What stands out for diners when they go to Jun’s is the personal experience. When chef Cheung steps out and arrives at your table to explain the dishes, it’s his vibrant personality and the stories behind every dish that adds a little extra to the already buzzing atmosphere.
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