Grand Hyatt Seoul launches new steak dishes
The Steak House at Grand Hyatt Seoul brought a fresh change to its menu starting early April, offering a variety of steak options using its signature cooking methods.
To go along with different steak options, the restaurant has created their own four different mustard sauces for the best pairings.
Guests will be able to enjoy a customized dining experience with live cooking performances for the three options: aged Korean beef tartare, Avruga caviar and truffle toast.
For inquiries on reservations and price, contact (02) 799-8273.
RYSE, Autograph Collection offers fusion Korean dishes
RYSE, Autograph Collection, located a block from the central Hongdae area, is offering creative fusion Korean dishes at its restaurant, CHARR, located on the fourth floor of the hotel.
The new menu is designed to showcase the restaurant‘s unique dining concept, which is based on the use of Korean food and ingredients with Western cooking methods.
Some representative dishes include the Cheongdo minari king shrimp aglio e olio, Jeju black pork rose puttanesca, Haenam truffle cream pasta and Seosan prawn and sirloin steak.
For further inquiries, call (02) 330-7800
Fairmont Ambassador Seoul unveils new signature bakery collection
The Atrium Lounge at Fairmont Ambassador Seoul presents a new collection of signature bakery goods crafted by head baker Morgan Muller in accordance with authentic French recipes combined with natural Korean ingredients.
The signature collection features natural sourdough-style fermentation techniques. Options include the plain sourdough baguette, multigrain sourdough baguette and pistachio, apricot and cranberry sourdough.
Other creations include makgeolli bread, made with French ingredients and Korean makgeolli, which is like rice beer, in place of water for a tangy aroma.
Prices range from 3,500 won to 13,000 won. For inquiries, call (02) 3395-6000.
JW Marriott Hotel Seoul presents Family Playtime
JW Marriott Hotel Seoul presents Family Playtime at JW, a kids’ package crafted to deliver unforgettable experiences for guests accompanied by children.
Available throughout May, the package features a tipi and mat set up in the room, together with figures from iconic European toy brand Playmobil.
The package includes a Playmobil ice cream cart set and body products from JulieaLoopy, the specialist natural kids’ skin care brand, as complimentary gifts.
The Family Playtime at JW package is priced from 325,000 won for a deluxe room. For reservations, call (02) 6282-6282.
InterContinental Seoul Coex offers unlimited drinks, food at ‘Wonder Hour’
The Lobby Lounge, located on the ground floor of InterContinental Seoul Coex in Samseong-dong, is offering “Oriental Wonder Hour,” serving drinks and food from all over Asia.
Unlimited servings of various types of alcohol, including wine, beer and cocktails, as well as 30 types of side dishes and snacks are served in a buffet style.
Oriental Wonder Hour is available from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m, Monday to Saturday until May 31, and is priced at 65,000 won. Reservations made via Naver are eligible for a 10 percent discount. For inquiries, contact (02) 3430-8603.
By Kim Hae-yeon (firstname.lastname@example.org