Family-owned Tá Jóia serves Korea-Brazilian-inspired dishes, a nod to the Lee family’s Korean heritage and its matriarch’s time spent in Brazil. Stop by for their mouthwatering bowls, including the Ta Joia Special, a trio of slow cooked brisket, pork, and sausage that’s paired with Spanish rice, pico de gallo and signature green sauce.
ta joia tips !
If you’re trying to cut down on carbs, you can sub the rice with salad ! Grilled shrimp with fresh greens , pico, and cilantro is light & yum ! 😋
thank you to our awesome friend @samfuphoto for taking some food photos for us! 📸🙏🏻
Ta Joia’s poké bowl is a great option if you’re looking for a lighter meal. 😋 The cucumber kimchee was a great touch, and the bowl comes with a side of spicy mayo if you need an extra kick! 🌶
🍴: Poké Bowl
📍: Ta Joia (Bothell, WA)
plating has been a fun challenge as we have been having more people dine in but bear with us through this learning process! 😊
our food is sometimes a bit ‘ugly delicious’ 😂 (reference to chef David Chang’s show) but at least it is delicious! We appreciate all your photos and stories btw!! ♥️♥️
We had a sweet visit with @valiciouskitchen - local mom, chef, and aspiring food stylist spend some time with us yesterday and help us get some better lighting on our beautiful shrimp dish. 🍤
Have you had our shrimp yet??? It’s similar to our ta joia special as it’s served with Spanish rice, pico, and our zamazing creamy cilantro jalapeno sauce 😋 i love it because it’s so fresh and light! Most people who try the shrimp once don’t get anything else anymore 😁
GOOᗪ TᕼIᑎGᔕ ᗩᖇE ᑕOᗰIᑎG!
Thank you all your patience and for your understanding. We’ve been experiencing some unforeseen delays with inspections so please bear with us!
We wanted to give you a sneak peek at our Ta Joia special , a juicy meaty trio of brisket, pork, & sausage, with our version of Spanish rice and some pico de gallo! 😋😋
We want to say we are 90% there but it’s just this last 10% will work its way out quickly!!! We miss you and Happy December ♥️