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.
Teriyaki with a twist!
Meet Vivian Lee of tajoiabothell.
After their beloved restaurant Teryaki Plus went out of business, the Lee family opened the Latin Asian inspired Ta Joia in 2021. The dishes are inspired by their Korean heritage and the time Vivian’s mom, Yoo-Mi Lee spent in Brazil.
“Ta Joia” comes from a Brazilian phrase meaning “everything is good.” Similarly pronounced, “da joah” means almost the exact same thing in Korean.
Through the end of the month, BECU members can enjoy a feee order of their Kimchi Fried Rice - just head to the Ta Joia listing on Intentionalist for details.
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Spicy Chicken & Bulgogi Beef Combo
when you can’t decide what protein to get… why not get both?! This thing is SO loaded and I loved it! It’s packed with flavor & sooo juicy. I definitely want to come back and try their special next time!🔥
What an amazing place! The house spicy chicken is so flavorful and just the perfect amount of spicy! tajoiabothell the owners of this small business are very kindhearted and create a very welcoming environment! Definitely come by if you have the chance!
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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! 📸🙏🏻