Danjee’s team of chefs have sourced inspiration from classic dishes of Korean cuisine, with an emphasis on food-plating presentation so that the diner tastes with their eyes first.
If you wish to be the chef for a day by cooking your own food, try dining in the dedicated barbecue section. If you wish to test the skills of the kitchen team, you will directed to another seating area.
Danjee moves away from being a casual dining eatery to an establishment with a classier experience. The team showcases their craft in beautifully presented dishes, and this is evident in the ox tongue dish. The tongue is cleverly shaped in a circular fashion and sliced paper-thin. The mul mandu is a fine example of craftsmanship, and these tasty these dumplings are filled with all sorts of treasures. Pork lovers should try the black pork jowl meat: slices of this lovely cut of fatty meat are delivered to the table, ready to barbecue.
PSST! In Korean cuisine, accompaniments are as important as the main meal, and at Danjee they produce some impressive options.