The concept of Ninniku Jip is the brainchild of proprietor Joanna Whittle who hails from Seoul but has spent a considerable time working in Tokyo. It's through this duality that presents the meaning of Ninniku Jip. ‘Ninniku' meaning garlic in Japanese and ‘Jip' meaning house in Korean. The menu is reflective in paying homage to both Japanese and Korean cuisine, with the common theme of garlic being interlaced throughout the menu. The menu itself is descriptive and very user friendly, with a dish to suit everyone's palate. Ninniku Jip provides a good excuse to take the family out, as it comes complete with a glass enclosed play area, allowing children to play without compromising the ambience of the restaurant. Ninniku Jip provides an enjoyable dining experience which is also ideal for group bookings and functions.