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Kaiseki Menu at Grand InterContinental Hakone
Japanese restaurant, Hakone

Guests of the Grand InterContinental Seoul's Japanese restaurant, Hakone, can experience the flavors of spring in celebration of this season of cherry blossoms until April 30, 2006.

An extraordinary 10-course menu featuring a variety of sashimi and sushi as well as fried dishes using fresh spring vegetables as ingredients has been planned. This type of presentation is known as "kaiseki" in Japanese referring to the highest quality of traditional Japanese cuisine.

In addition to the Kaiseki Sakura set menu, a variety of a la carte items are also available such as Braised snapper with glutinous rice and vegetables, Grilled lobster with soybean paste, Broiled sea bream with bamboo shoots, and Thinly sliced sea bream sashimi.

The price for the Kaiseki Sakura menu is 130,000 won, while the prices for a la carte items ranges from 40,000 won to 100,000 won. (Service charge and VAT will be added) 02-559-7623




 

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