Jin Kai brings authentic Japanese cuisine to the international area
They first opened their restaurant near the university in 2007 and moved to the current location near Tallinn Market in 2014.
Jinkai says Jinkai’s cuisine is different from other Japanese restaurants in the area because the owners are originally from Japan.
“We do almost everything,” Jenka said. “We make our own sauces…We’re definitely different from other restaurants, because a lot of the restaurants buy the produce.”
The small restaurant seats only seven people, but the restaurant takes online orders up to half an hour before closing.
The menu includes a range of Japanese favorites from sashimi and sushi to ramen bowls. There is also a Bento Box option with a choice of protein.
110 Louisiana SE
Closed on Monday; 11am-6pm, last dine-in at 4:30pm, last take-out at 5:30pm Tuesday-Saturday; 11:30am – 5:30pm, last dine-in at 4pm, last take-out at 5pm on Sunday
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