Award-winning chef and owner Roy Oh puts a modern twist on Korean cuisine. Anju, which translates to “food you eat with alcohol” is casual modern Korean small plates that are meant to be shared with friends.
In Korean mythology, it is believed that when a tiger has been through many obstacles and eventually comes to understand the true meaning of life, the fur turns white and the tiger becomes a sacred spirit. The wise white tiger focuses on what is right and wrong, and its presence makes the powerful become humble and the rich become generous. This strengthens the beliefs of tigers being seen as guardian deities. Naturally, the tiger was chosen to be the “mascot” for Anju, the tiger widely portrayed as magnanimous symbols of superiority.

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