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Seoul for the Soul! A taste of authentic Korean cuisine at Hilton Colombo

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Take a walk through yet another country of the world at GRAZE KITCHEN as it bring Korea to you from 20 September to 1 October, presenting two of its guest chefs from Hilton Millennium Seoul, who will turn out traditional Korean dishes to satisfy your taste buds. Creating a menu consisting of a range of authentic Korean hot and cold items and desserts will be made available for dinner at the dedicated pod which will be an added feature to the variety of cuisine that GRAZE Kitchen offers.

One of the highlights the diners could look forward to is the action station where some interesting a la minute preparations will be taking place! 

The popular Modumjeon; assorted Korean piccata which is a dish made up with pumpkin, spring onion, seafood and mushroom, La Galbila; grilled sliced beef, Bibimbam; assorted vegetable rice, Kimchi Bokeum Bab; spicy kimchi riceSam Ge Tang; Korean traditional ginseng chickenare a few of the many dishes that will vary each night.

Buffet is priced at Rs. 3,888 nett and is available from 7 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. The guest chefs are flown in by Alpha Travels & Holidays – GSA for Korean Airlines.

For reservations please call 2492492. 

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