JaKo Is A New Restaurant & Cafe In Đà Nẵng With Photogenic Asian-Inspired Décor & 10% Off This Week

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JaKo Restaurant in Đà Nẵng


Several months after being ravaged by a heavy wave of COVID-19 and multiple consecutive typhoons, Đà Nẵng is now on track to return to its former self as the beautiful city we all know and love, and new businesses are starting to pop up to cater to the needs of local residents and tourists alike.

And when it comes to the city’s food and drinks scene, JaKo is the newest kid in town. Opened just this week, this hybrid restaurant & café boasts an impressive Asian-inspired décor and plenty of food options to sink your teeth into.


Décor inspired by several Asian countries


jako restaurant from 2nd floor

As its name implies, JaKo has a décor mainly inspired by Japan and Korea, with a touch of Hội An for some local flavor. Right past the entrance, you’ll find yourself in a warmly lit room with tables for seating on both sides. Here, the walls are decorated with paintings of feudal Korea, similar to what you often see in historical K-dramas.

jako restaurant korean space
Image credit: JaKo Restaurant & Coffee

This initial room opens into a courtyard, and here, you’ll no doubt find your attention drawn to a two-story Japanese-style building with bright red columns and railings decorated by hanging lanterns.

jako restaurant japanese garden

The building is surrounded by plenty of plants and a koi fish pond, creating a pleasant garden vibe.

At the far end of the yard is another building decorated in traditional Vietnamese style with simple wooden columns, ceramic products displayed on shelves, and bamboo lamps hanging from above.


Image credit: JaKo Restaurant & Coffee

Meanwhile, on the second floor are more dining tables set in a bright, clean space dotted with more plants.


Image credit: JaKo Restaurant & Coffee


Expansive food and drink menu


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Image credit: JaKo Restaurant & Coffee

In terms of food, JaKo boasts an expansive menu of dishes from different cuisines. We opted for a sushi set (VND195,000, ~USD8.41) to go with the Japanese décor, which features 10 different types of sushi including salmon, squid, shrimp, and more. The sushi came fresh and was surprisingly filling, served with wasabi and beni shōga (pickled ginger) in true Japanese fashion.


Image credit: JaKo Restaurant & Coffee

If you’re looking for an Asian take on Western classics, try the steak (VND185,000, ~USD7.98), pizza (from VND119,000, ~USD8.58), or spaghetti (from VND79,000, ~USD3.41). Alternatively, if you come in a big group, there are also hotpot (VND479,000, ~USD20.66) options.

jako restaurant break fast fried eggs
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If you come early in the morning, there are several breakfast meals to choose from, such as omelette (VND39,000, ~USD1.68) and fried eggs with sausages (VND65,000, ~USD2.81).

jako restaurant coffee

Alternatively, for those who just want to stop by in the afternoon to grab some refreshments, JaKo also has several options for coffee, juices, and smoothies offered at reasonable prices from VND30,000 to VND50,000 (~USD1.30-USD2.16). The Saigon-style milk coffee (VND30,000, ~USD1.30) we had came with a generous amount of coffee and had a satisfyingly strong taste.


Enjoy a 10% discount at JaKo Restarant & Café during its grand opening week


With an aesthetically pleasing space and plenty of food & drink options, JaKo Restaurant & Café is a worthwhile stop for anyone who wants a new Instagrammable spot to hang out with friends and enrich their photo galleries.

And during the restaurant’s grand opening week from February 27th to March 5th, customers will be able to enjoy a 10% discount on the total bill.

Address: 18-20 Lê Quý Đôn Street, Hải Châu District, Đà Nẵng
Opening hours: 7AM-10PM, Daily
Telephone: 02363550039
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Cover image adapted from JaKo Restaurant & Coffee

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