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Hotel Lounge
Wine & Dine Your Way to Romance
at COEX InterContinental Seoul’s Sky Lounge
Wine & Dine at Sky Lounge

Join us on the 30th floor of the COEX InterContinental Seoul
from October 1 to enjoy your choice of six-course and four-wine evening set menus in combination with different appetizers, main dishes as well as distinguished wines per each course.

Our first set menu begins with Harveys Dune Sherry or Tio Pepe Sherry followed by walnut and feta cheese bread with balsamic and virgin olive oil. Next, guests enjoy Eaglehawk Chardonnay 2004 with nori seafood "spring rolls" with ginger and mirim dipping sauce mushroom cream soup with lime and tofu dumpling.

The next course starts off with Private Bin Shiraz Carbernet 2004 complemented by spiced beef tenderloin medallions with roasted red capsicum, spring onion, mashed potato, garlic confit, pesto sauce and jus. This menu comes to a close with Sauternes, Clos L'Abeilley 2000 with international cheese platter with honey and sesame lavoshe, fresh sliced fruit and coffee or tea.

You may also choose our set menu two, which features Opera Blanc De Blancs with walnut and feta cheese bread with balsamic and virgin olive oil, red label wolf blass, chardonnay 2003 served with australian wagyu tataki with daikon radish salad and Lobster bisque with fried crabmeat ravioli.

The next course is Tavel Rose, M. Chapoutier 2004 and grilled turmeric marinated prawns, potato, chili, tomato, bok choy and fennel in light coconut broth. The meal comes to a conclusion with tawny sheffield port wine and international cheese platter with honey and sesame lavoshe, and fresh sliced fruits, coffee and tea.

Remember, too, that in addition to the fabulous dining experience, the Sky Lounge also offers a fantastic night skyline to add to your dining pleasure. The price for both set menus is 90,000 won (inclusive of service charge and tax).

For more information or to make reservations please call the Sky Lounge at the COEX InterContinental Seoul at 02-3430-8630.






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