Podcast #46: Momofuku of the South — Charlie Deal and Jujube Restaurant


Jujube Restaurant
1201-L Raleigh Rd, Glen Lennox Shopping Center (next to BIN 54)
Hwy 54 at 15-501, Chapel Hill, NC 27514
(919) 960-0555

Web Site: http://jujuberestaurant.com/

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Charlie Deal, Northern California transplant and Chef/Owner of Jujube Restaurant in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

A sampling of Jujube’s eclectic Asian Fusion cuisine.

Click Here to view a Hi-Res Slide Show of Jujube Restaurant

7 Responses to Podcast #46: Momofuku of the South — Charlie Deal and Jujube Restaurant

  1. […] Jujube In Depth Jason Perlow, who is in the Triangle for several months, has a fantastic podcast with Jujube’s Charlie Deal. Give Jason credit, he really takes the time to get the story and is an excellent interviewer. Check out the great photos of Jujube’s food and the great interview with Charlie. […]

  2. David P says:

    Good interview, and nice to hear some love for the Oakland restaurant scene!

  3. […] Charlie Deal’s Jujube Restauant in Chapel Hill, North Carolina is known for its inventive Asian Fusion cuisine. The dish which struck me the most there was his Kung Pao, which is radically different and much more healthier than the one that is made in most Chinese restaurants, which typically has a great deal of oil and not really that much vegetable content in it, if at all. Most versions just consist of Chicken, Peanuts, Hot Peppers, and maybe some chopped up celery as an accent flavor. Here’s one of my favorite traditional versions, from Chengdu 1 restaurant in Cedar Grove, NJ: […]

  4. Joe says:

    Just went here last week and loved it. I’ve haven’t had any luck finding a good Vietnamese banh mi sandwich since I left NY. This one was very good. The bread wasn’t as crusty as I would have liked and is traditionally used, but it was still great. A surprise was the Oyster mushroom soup. Also fantastic. Creamy, well spiced and chock full of Oyster mushrooms. Very nicely done. Can’t wait to go back and try the rest of their menu. There are a million Asian restaurants in the Triangle and so few truly good ones. Glad to have found one.

  5. I agree Jujube is excellent. They catered a business luncheon that I got to be a part of so I went and got some carryout immediately afterwards. Everything is very Asian Fusion authentic. It takes P.F. Chang’s to the next level! Another one to try is David Mao’s Duck and Dumpling Restaurant in downtown Raleigh. That’s a treat too!

  6. […] Triangle recognizing the potential and relishing in the availability of near found ingredients.  Listen to an interview with Chef Charlie Deal here on ‘Off the Broiler’ for more insight… Deal not only takes an active role in his kitchen but also attempts to stay in touch with his […]

  7. […] Triangle recognizing the potential and relishing in the availability of near found ingredients.  Listen to an interview with Chef Charlie Deal here on ‘Off the Broiler’ for more insight… Deal not only takes an active role in his kitchen but also attempts to stay in touch with his […]

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