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New dining experience served at city centre restaurant with electric atmosphere on the side

New dining experience served at city centre restaurant with electric atmosphere on the side

New dining experience served at city centre restaurant with electric atmosphere on the side

New dining experience served at city centre restaurant with electric atmosphere on the side

New dining experience served at city centre restaurant with electric atmosphere on the side

New dining experience served at city centre restaurant with electric atmosphere on the side

New dining experience served at city centre restaurant with electric atmosphere on the side

A new and dynamic restaurant has opened in Belfast, promising a revolutionary dining experience for the city.

Jumoń, brainchild of restauranteur and chef Nox, is the result of her passion for Asian cuisine and culture as well as over 15 years cooking in kitchens all over the world. Nox, hailing from Bangkok, brings her experience of fresh, clean Thai and south-east Asian cooking to the kitchen, and also delivers an atmospheric vibe front of house.  She has teamed up with local restaurant owner Niall Davis to bring Jumoń to fruition.

Niall says; “What we want to achieve with Jumoń is a completely fresh way of eating out in Belfast. Our dishes are all plant-based, they’re clean, and good for the soul. Nox has perfected her craft in kitchens around Asia and the world and my travels have led me to fall in love with this culture.

“Living well means eating well, and that’s what Jumoń is all about; diners should not be limited to vegetarians and vegans. Meat lovers will fall for our food too, they won’t feel they’re missing out, and we’re exciting to bring this dining experience to the masses.”

Jumoń is situated on Fountain Street in the city centre, and visitors are immediately submersed in the Asian culture and atmosphere that Nox has created, thanks to the large motifs and graffiti on the walls, created by artist and DJ in residence, Ken Maze.

Niall continued; “Belfast is now seen as one of the most cultural cities in the world, and our visitors and diners are looking for a unique night out, expecting to discover new flavours and ways of eating. This is what Jumoń delivers and we’re excited for Belfast to discover us.”

Dishes on the menu include Jiang Bing; a breakfast of eggs, Asian greens, avocado, tiger salad and sambal sauce; K.F.B; a bowl of fries topped with Kimchi, pickled ginger and miso mayo; and Ramen, Pad Thai and Taco dishes which all have their unique Jumoń mark on them.

Jumoń is situated at 06 Fountain Street and can be found @jumonbelfast on Instagram and Facebook.

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